What a bore! Truro's 'marvellous' tidal event a daily tourist draw
Best friend of Eastern Passage shooting victim stunned
Montreal author writes children’s book about giantess Anna Swan
Truro's McIsaac about to realize a dream
Rushton takes Cumberland South for PCs
Truro man off to cycle Austrian Alps
St. F.X. student has summer work protecting piping plovers
Dartmouth musician reveals outlaw heart on debut album
Elmsdale Sobeys offers unique beer, cider market
Truro Daily News
Cougars cruise past J.L. Ilsley
Bombers, Freightliners chasing Tier 2 football titles
Registration for minor football tonight at TAAC clubhouse
Truro’s Lauther boots four field goals in return to CFL
Bible Hill football player attending prep school in the U.S.
Truro’s Lauther to kick for CFL's Riders
Cougars hosting high school football semifinal Saturday
TRURO, N.S. – The Cobequid Cougars will host a Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation High School Football League Tier 2 semifinal on Saturday. The Cougars entertain the J.L. Illsley Judges for a 2 p.m. kickoff at James Macpherson Stadium. ...
Adams scores two TDs in CEC football victory
TRURO, N.S. – The Cobequid Cougars edged the Sackville Kingfishers 25-20 Sunday in a Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation Football League tilt at James Macpherson Stadium. It was the final regular season game for the Cougars, who improved ...
1977 Truro Bluebombers being honoured
TRURO, N.S. – On the road, in less-than-ideal conditions, and against a bigger and stronger opponent, the odds appeared to be stacked against the Truro Bluebombers. Playing a Halifax team that towered over their rural Nova Scotia ...
Cougars lose to Cheetahs in high school football
The Cougars lost 28-17 to the C.P. Allen Cheetahs to fall to 1-3 (W-L) on the season. They sit in a four-way tie for fourth place in the Nova Conference. The Cougars next action is Saturday when they visit Sydney (0-4). ...
Cougars fall to Eagles in high school football
Ryan Power of the Cobequid Cougars gets a handful of jersey to slow down an Auburn Drive Eagles player during NSSAFFL action on Sunday. The Eagles broke open a close game in the second half by scoring 28 unanswered points en route to a 56-21 win.With ...
Cougars hammer Cavaliers on Eastlink
The Cougars returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown and rolled to a 39-9 win over the Cole Harbour Cavaliers in a Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation High School Football League matchup. The game was played at the new all-weather field in ...
CEC Cougars football squad loses home opener 13-11 on final play of the game
The teams were tied 8-8 at the half and CEC went ahead with a field goal in the third quarter to take an 11-8 lead that stood up until late into the fourth quarter. Backed up in their own end on third down, CEC gave up a two-point safety to give ...
Cougars set to kick off new high school football season
Cougars coach Brent MacPhee was all business on Friday as he prepared his players for Sunday's opener. The Cougars host the Sir John A Macdonald Flames in their opening game on Sunday at James Macpherson Stadium. Opening kickoff is set for 1 p.m. ...
Truro’s Lauther getting another kick at the CFL
Almost two full years out of pro football, the dream of resurrecting his career and playing the game again for a living in the CFL appeared to be fading. But a phone call from the Saskatchewan Roughriders last Sunday changed all that. Lauther, a ...
Truro's Gabriel, Matheson selected to U-18 national team
Defensive backs Riley Gabriel and Kamryn Matheson were named to the 40-player national U-18 roster that will play against the United States national team in January (location to be announced at a later date). Gabriel and Matheson were selected from a ...