PORT HOOD: On June 9, Cape Breton West Islander goalie Kenzie MacPhail was drafted by the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles in the sixth round of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League entry draft. He went 102 overall.
PETIT DE GRAT: So far, the Little Anse Hawks are proving to be the team to beat in Richmond Amateur Baseball Association play for 2019. The Hawks are undefeated in all six of their games...
RIVER DENYS: One of the driving forces behind the Cape Breton West Islanders’ Telus Cup winning season of 2016-17 drew the attention of the St. Louis Blues during the NHL entry draft last Saturday. River Denys’...
ST. PETER’S: A pilot project in Richmond County has successfully paired pre-school children with older adults for a unique yoga program. The project was initiated by Michele MacPhee, the senior safety coordinator based out of the Kingston...
ANTIGONISH: The Port Hawkesbury Antigonish Swim Team (PHAST) welcomed 160 AA competitive swimmers to Antigonish the weekend of June 7-9 for the AA Spring Championships. Fourteen teams from across the province competed, with PHAST finishing fourth overall....
HALIFAX: Each year the Nova Scotia Curling Association (NSCA) selects from within the 33 curling rinks which comprise its membership one that is recognized as Organization of the Year. At the NSCA’s AGM, held at the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A local judo club is hitting a pretty significant milestone this weekend, as they approach a half-century training young judokas in the Strait area. This Saturday at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 43, the...
LOUISDALE: Last year’s Richmond Amateur Baseball Association (RABA) champions, the Isle Madame Mariners, lost both games of a double-header to kick-off the season. On June 9 in Louisdale, the Mariners lost 14-12 in the first game of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: It was the first time Canadian Tire’s Jumpstart Games visited Port Hawkesbury but local business owner Kim Melanson, who runs the town’s Canadian Tire, said she and her team were very pleased to see approximately 180 kids take...
PORT HOOD: National Horse Day, which took place on June 1, saw all sorts of foot traffic at Reaching Strides Equestrian Centre, and the ability to educate folks about horses is something that left a big smile on the face...
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