Monday, June 17, 2019
DUNDEE: What just might become an annual tradition returns to the Dundee Resort early in the month of July. A chainsaw carving demonstration will be held on the resort’s front lawn. “Last year, we approached the...
PORT HOOD: Reaching Strides Equestrian Centre will be a busy spot on June 1 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. “We are pleased to be a part of National Horse Day events and would like to...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Port Hawkesbury guy Avery Hart is once again tearing up the roadways as a part of the Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK). Hart is competing in the Amateur Lightweight Sport Bike Series on his Yamaha R3, and...
LOUISDALE: And that makes five regional banners in a row for the Richmond Academy Hurricane Boys Division II slo-pitch team. “We were undefeated this season,” said coach Robert MacDonald. “We haven’t been beaten yet, and...
PORT HAWKESBURY: One of the area’s strongest guys proved to be one of the nation’s strongest guys early last month when attending the Canadian Powerlifting Union’s national championships. “It was my coach more than anything,” said Conor...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Port Hawkesbury Judo Club visited Bridgewater on the weekend of May 11 in order for brothers Brian and John Langley to throwdown with some of the best judokas in the province. Brian took a...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Port Hawkesbury Antigonish Swim Team (PHAST) age group swimmers were deployed across the province on the weekend of May 4 with three AAA swimmers recording impressive finishes at Dalplex and 11 AA swimmers making waves at the Acadia...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Anyone interested in offering their thoughts on having a boxing program at the Port Hawkesbury YMCA is welcome to visit the local fitness centre for a bit of brainstorming on Thursday night, March 9.
PORT HOOD: The Cape Breton West Islanders celebrated their season last Friday night at the St. Peter’s Parish Hall and, though the year had some ups and downs, coach Nick MacNeil said he’s looking back on good things.
STRAIT AREA: Three United Sports teams from the local area are looking forward to visiting the Special Olympics Invitational Youth Games. “We’re going for the whole week and staying in the dorms at the University of Toronto,” said...
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