Saturday, June 23, 2018


RIVER BOURGEOIS: The Richmond Hurricane’s luck ran cold last Sunday morning when facing the Barrington Barons in the semi-finals of the Division III boys provincial softball championship. “It’s a heartbreaking situation for us because we’ve been aiming at that provincial...
L’ARDOISE: One email and a massive amount of effort were all that stood between Temeka Stevens and a place on the Baseball Nova Scotia 16U Nova Scotia Girls Team. Stevens supplied the effort, and coach Brandon Guenette came through...
WINDSOR: West Bay Road native Avery Hart started the Atlantic Road Racing League in fine fashion as he took first place in the season opener at the Atlantic Motorsport Park in Shubenacadie. As a result of the May 19...
Note: Contributing to this article with two interviews was Richmond Academy student, Jacob Pâté.   LOUISDALE: The Richmond Hurricane will host the Nova Scotia Student Athletic Federation Division III Softball Provincials this Friday and Saturday, and coach Robert MacDonald feels this could...
MABOU: The second annual Spring into Self Care Health Fair will take place this Friday at Dalbrae Academy, and co-organizer Michelle Greenwell is hoping locals come out to hear the message of good health. “Jenny MacKenzie and I ran an...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Strait-Richmond Minor Hockey Association (SRMHA) held its annual general meeting earlier this month, and president John Ouellette said his group is looking back at a positive 2017-18. “It was a big year for us as we turned...
ST. PETER’S: The list of local athletes who’ve cracked a Team Nova Scotia lineup isn’t all that long, but it recently grew a bit longer thanks to Cooper Fraser. The young man from St. Peter’s will represent the province...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Port Hawkesbury Antigonish Swim Team (PHAST) sent 18 Novice-level swimmers to the province-wide Novice level meet, Nova Tech Explosion in Truro, on May 12 and 13. These young swimmers gave their all to secure new best times...
By Jane Anne Howard, submitted article   ANTIGONISH: One can only imagine our thoughts when we are given the diagnosis of cancer. Cancer is cruel and unfair. Cancer is not supposed to happen to me nor my family nor friends. Why...
DARTMOUTH: Hockey Nova Scotia is pleased to announce the approval of its seventh female hockey zone. Beginning during the 2018-19 season, the Quad Counties Female Hockey Zone will welcome female hockey players from the Guysborough area, Antigonish, Strait-Richmond and Inverness...
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