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Colchester: History, heaters, court and a cute dog



The amazing weather is hanging around a bit longer.

The temperature was 10 C at 6:30 a.m., and its expected to reach 22 C during a mainly sunny day, and a low of 12 C tonight.

The forecast calls for a high of 22 C tomorrow, with sun and cloud,an overnight low of 17 C.


Today’s news includes:


Colchester County’s role in the Halifax Explosion’s aftermath the subject of Historeum exhibit


New heaters bring efficiency and style to North America


Stewiacke youth elects trial by judge and jury


Cougars claim volleyball gold



Plenty of Pets


Callie is an adorable little girl who needs someone who can be with her most of the time.

Callie will cry if left alone so she should be with someone who is retired, works from home or can take her to work with them. She needs a home without small children.

Callie weighs 4.4 pounds, and is spayed and up to date with vaccines and flea treatment. She isn’t a barker and doesn’t seem to be reactive to other dogs, people or cars. Callie loves travelling in a car but likes to wrap herself around your neck like a scarf so a seatbelt is recommended for her. There are some great booster seats for small dogs, with straps that fasten to the animal’s harness.

Callie is very shy when she first meets new people and will need time to get to know them.

She wasn’t house trained but is now doing very well with going outside, although she still has the odd accident in the house.

She is currently being fostered with three other small dogs and gets along great with them.
For more information on Callie contact Animal Rescue Coalitions at or visit the Facebook page at or the website




Tidal Times

The tidal bore will be coming in at 4:10 p.m. today

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