Central Kings edge Northumberland in semifinal

Central Kings edge Northumberland in semifinal

Updated at 16:17 - ALMA - A last-minute corner goal put the Central Kings Gators on top 2-1 against Northumberland Regional High School in the semifinal of the NSSAF Division 2 girls provincial soccer championships. 

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Church hosting Light the Night event

Updated on October 30, 2014 - NEW GLASGOW – Christian Fellowship Church will be hosting an event filled with fun, games, fireworks, bonfire, barbecue and...

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Community

Nunn’s life moved naturally towards healing

Updated at 16:31 - It is a long way from England’s Thames River Valley to the heart of New Glasgow and Wentworth’s wooded hills. For Alexandria Nunn and her husband, Mark, the journey has been about much more than distance..

End of season tackle tune-up

Updated at 16:25 - The Atlantic salmon sport fishing season closed yesterday and, for some Pictou County anglers, it means they will have to wait...

Birthday party with a goal

Updated on October 30, 2014 - Rachel Rowan just turned 11 and raised $185 at her birthday party for ALS by asking for donations rather than gifts.

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Business

Chamber of Commerce hands out hardware

Updated on October 16, 2014 - When Jeff MacLean got up to accept the Business Leader of the Year Award at the Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet Thursday night, he said there are some days that are just bad days. March 3 was a bad day. They had to announce that they were cutting....

Business

Opinion

Report cuts out some work to do

Updated on October 30, 2014 - When the provincial Liberals were elected they promised to restore a degree of the funding lost by education in recent years..

Our pockets aren’t that deep

Updated on October 30, 2014 - To the editor, We have all heard the phrase ships start here. Now we hear that the federal government contract will pay for only...

This is more than rainy day funds

Updated on October 29, 2014 - Whoever said money is the root of all evil might have been exaggerating. But it certainly can be a temptation – in more ways than...

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Arts & Life

Skibsrud talks about ‘Quartet for the End of Time’

Updated on October 28, 2014 - VANCOUVER – Packed away in a box, the scrawl of a 10-year-old covers the pages of an old notebook – chapter one and two of Johanna’s Skibsrud’s real first novel, set during the Yukon Gold Rush..

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