May 22nd 2013
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LeBlanc secures PC nomination in Clare-Digby
LeBlanc, president of La Chambre de Commerce de Clare and past president of the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies of Nova Scotia, ...
Ocean Blue turns streets pink
Digby’s streets were running pink around noon Friday as 252 kids from eight schools across the county took part in the Ocean Blue fun run. The ...
Local tidal power plans given boost
The funding will go to Fundy Tidal Inc. of Westport, Acadia University, and Dalhousie University’s department of oceanography which are looking ...
Woman charged in stabbing
A stabbing late Friday on Montague Row in Digby has resulted in charges against a young Digby woman. Digby RCMP say a 37-year-old Digby man ...
Ravens down Hawks in OT
Just one second, that’s all there was. Just one second left on the clock when Dawson Acker scored to send Friday’s Bantam C hockey game into ...
Flag Day at Digby Regional High School
Two new family physicians announced for Digby
South West Health announced Monday that two family physicians have accepted positions with Digby General Hospital. The first physician is ...
Coast Guard crew earns medals
Ian McBride of Digby is among members of the Coast Guard station in Westport being awarded the Medal of Bravery today in Ottawa for their ...
Health problem sidelines MP
West Nova MP Greg Kerr says he is suffering some vision problems following what he calls a minor stroke. In a news release today, Kerr said he ...
Liberal MLA Wayne Gaudet quitting
Liberal MLA Wayne Gaudet will not reoffer in the next provincial election, blaming his decision on the demise of his Acadian rising of Clare. “It ...
Dolphins, Golf Classic up for awards
The Digby Dolphins provincial swimming championships in August is a finalist in the ‘Event of the Year’ category in the Annapolis Valley Events ...
Mariners start season with a bang
A large and noisy crowd cheered as the Mariners defeated the Valley school for the first time ever, said coach Richard Ross. Digby jumped into a ...
Comeau in running for arts award
The prize, valued at $18,000, also lets the winner name an emerging Nova Scotia artist or cultural organization for the Protégé Prize worth ...
Noisy send-off to Wharf Rat Rally
Top-10 finish for Creighton
Creighton ended with a four-round total of 312, putting him 16 strokes back of tournament winner Brett McKinnon of Bell Bay Golf Club. He was the ...
Balser is runner-up at Amateur
Defending Nova Scotia Women’s Amateur champion Anne Balser of Digby struggled during her final round and finished as runner-up Saturday in this ...
Locke finishes sixth, qualifies for Canadian Amateur
Eric Locke of the Digby Pines Golf Club has qualified for team Nova Scotia at the Canadian Amateur championship to be held Aug. 7-10 at Camelot ...
Balser maintains lead heading into final round
Defending NSGA Women's Amateur champion Anne Balser fired a second round one over par 73 on Friday to maintain her lead heading into today’s ...
Locke slips into tie for seventh at Amateur
Eric Locke of the Digby Pines Golf Club shot a seven over par 79 Friday to fall back into a four-way tie for seventh place at the Nova Scotia ...
Prom night at DRHS
With a graduating class of about ninety students, the theatre at Digby Regional High School was filled last night with family and friends of ...
Healthy buzz at Plympton apiary
A mid-spring sun warms the air and stirs honey bees into activity beside their hives at Plympton, just west of Digby. Small clouds of bees swirl ...
Sea claims two fishing vessels
Two fishing boats, one of them a large herring seiner, sunk this past week in unrelated incidents in the Bay of Fundy. Crews of both vessels were ...
Province wants proposals for Pines, Liscombe Lodge...
Tenders for any proposals will be opened Aug. 2 at 2 p.m. "The Signature Resorts are important to our communities, our tourism industry, and our ...
Digby track athletes off to Provincials
The five earned their trip with strong showings last weekend at the western regional championships at Central Kings High School in Cambridge. The ...
Minor baseball kicked off its fifth season in Digby on Saturday with a parade to the Don Brown Memorial ball field, followed by a game between ...
Unscheduled drydock visit for Princess
Company official Mike Adams said reservations are not being accepted for Monday through Thursday, May 28-31, although the ferry is expected ...
Two hurt as car loses wheel
RCMP Const. Patricia MacQuarrie says the two men were in an eastbound car that had just pulled on the highway when a rear wheel on the driver’s ...
Second at Districts, DRHS heads to Regionals
Athletes from Digby Regional High School placed second overall yesterday and Thursday at the district track and field championships at Bridgetown ...
Digby teacher among educators honored
Twenty-three educators and five partners were presented the awards for providing students with tools needed to be successful. The awards support ...
Two hundred and twenty-five eager youngsters—parents in tow—raced Saturday for Easter eggs, hundreds of them scattered across the playing field ...
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