Carmichael Stewart House Museum plans for the summer season
Chamber of Commerce presents unique booklet to newcomer centre
Bridge playing events in Pictou County dedicated to Alzheimer’s awareness
Pictou County Vital Signs hosts sounding board meeting
Elmer MacKay joins Cecil Clarke’s leadership campaign
Stellarton piper joins Ottawa’s Ceremonial Guard
Bluenose Club offering chance to give curling a try
“We’re hoping people will come out to give curling a try,” said new president Barb Leck. “It’s a very social sport; it makes the winters go fast and you get some physical activity into your life.” On-ice instruction will be available for anyone ...
Stevens gives Nova Scotia its first national firefighters curling title
In front of a crowd of more than 200, Chad Stevens gave Nova Scotia’s its first Canadian firefighters curling title after an 8-4 victory over Saskatchewan’s Gregg Tarasoff in the final. “Unbelievable,” Dennis Stevens, Chad’s father, who throws third ...
Bluenose Curling Club team scores eight-ender
Cyril Gerrior, a curler of 36 years – the same. Chris Blundell, 48 years – ditto. Robert Simpson, the neophyte of the bunch, hasn’t done it either, in more than three years, Pratt said. It is a rarity in curling – an eight-ender – when a team gets ...
Birt, Murphy win Sobeys Classic
Lead Susan Creelman throws in the final game of the Sobeys Classic, held at the Bluenose Curling Club on Sunday. Creelman is part of Colleen Pinkney’s team, who were topped by Suzanne Birt in the playoffs. Birt was 5-0 in round robin play, and ...
Nova Scotia stuns Manitoba and Team Canada in Scotties
Her Nova Scotia rink that is skipped by Mary-Anne Arsenault knocked off Manitoba’s Jennifer Jones and Team Canada’s Rachel Homan in back-to-back draws at Mosaic Place. “It’s unreal as I’ve watched these girls play for the last few years,” Black said. ...