Early cold snap still taking toll in Colchester County
Truro ER doctor sanctioned for subpar treatment
Traditional winter is coming, says Day
Good-bye to Somebeachsomewhere, a gallant horse
Man wanted on Canada-wide warrant arrested in Truro
Women offer ‘Vital Relaxation’ sessions in Truro
13 siblings held captive were likely coerced to remain quiet
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Fracking puts farming in jeopardy: Marilyn Cameron column
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Volleyball Provincials - Middleton hosts high calibre line-up for Nova Scotia gold
Truro native, wife score double gold at international ju-jitsu tournament
Local swimmers do well at meet
CEC girls win West Kings tournament
Rams lose ACAA men’s hoops opener to Mystics
Port Medway logroller competes at Worlds
“It’s really fun,” she said. Ella, from Port Medway, NS, competed at the Lumberjack World Championships, in Hayward, Wis. from July 20 to 22. Now 14, Ella competed in the amateur division in the U13 age group. “You put a big cedar or synthetic log in ...
The Annapolis Valley Ex Light Horse Show results are in
Open English Hunter Pony/Horse #1 1. To Be or Not To Be o/Alissa Cue, Aylesford, r/ Azlyn Bezanson, Wolfville; 2. Vanilla Sky o/Crystal Tattersall, Torbrook, r/Samantha Rawding, Wolfville; 3. All Is Good o/r Mary Jopling, Newport Open English ...
Swimmers take over Windsor for provincial meet
Both the Windsor Bluefins and the Cole Harbour Hurricanes, hosted the tournament and shared organizing duties for the event held from Aug. 18 – 20, at the Hants Aquatic Centre. Many provincial records were broken, with new ones set, and a diverse ...
Madison Clarke meets her former teammates today at Canada Games
Madison (Maddie) Clarke came to Prince Edward Island three years ago to study kinesiology and play for the UPEI Panthers women’s hockey team. Team P.E.I. softball head coach Jeff Ellsworth floated the idea of her trying out for the Island ball squad ...
Nova Scotia’s golden girl: Queens County’s Sarah Mitton wins gold at Canada Games
The Brooklyn, Queens County, athlete won a gold medal in women’s shot put at the Canada Games. The Canada Games, which are taking place in Winnipeg, began July 28 and will come to a close Aug. 13. “Winning gold at my first and only Canada ...
Para-athlete Ryan Shay of Yarmouth takes silver in discus for Team Nova Scotia's first medal at Canada Summer Games
Shay is on Team Nova Scotia’s athletics squad and on July 31 he won the silver medal in para-discus. “It wasn’t my farthest throws,” said Yarmouth's Shay, after the sweltering early evening event on July 31 when the discus event was ...
Ready to race: 47th annual N.S. Marathon, Half Marathon, 10k in Barrington July 23
With five days to go until race day, more than 200 people were registered for the three running events, said race director Anna Kenney. “Usually, the last week we get a lot more registrations in,” she said, predicting a field of at least 250 runners. ...
Nova Scotia Keltics come out on top with gold medal rugby win
29-22 was the final score against Quebec, giving Nova Scotia’s U20 women’s rugby team a stunning victory against pretty sizable odds in the Eastern Canada Championships. Amber Davison, coach of the team, said after winning bronze last year the ...
Middleton grad Rachel Holland makes academics and athletics a winning combination
She’s proof. The 18-year-old 2017 graduate from Middleton Regional High School crossed the stage with a 99 per cent academic average in Grade 12 and picked up the Governor General’s Award. Throw in a $65,000 scholarship to the Western University in ...
Three Miles Plains man becomes first in Atlantic Canada to complete Everesting challenge
He’s got a long night, morning and day ahead of him. He’s not done until he completes the gruelling journey - 64 times. Why? He’s completing the ‘Everesting’ challenge, climbing the equivalent of Mount Everest on a bicycle to test his endurance. The ...