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Yarmouth’s Sheila Poole 10K to be held Saturday, July 20
With the arrival of summer, you know it’s just about time for the Sheila Poole 10K, one of southwestern Nova Scotia’s longest-running athletic events, which is scheduled for Saturday, July 20. Among those planning to attend the race ...
Windsor Knights at top of NSIBL standings
Heading into play July 7, the Windsor Knights are sitting at the top of the Nova Scotia Intermediate Baseball League standings. ...
Port Williams winger Shaffelburg turns heads in debut game with Toronto FC
Jacob Shaffelburg is taking the professional soccer world by storm. Already entering professional soccer with high expectations on him, the left-footed winger from Port Williams exceeded those in his debut home game, where he was instrumental in ...
Golf dreams come to life in Wallace
WALLACE, N.S. – When Ron Weeks sets out to build something, he doesn’t fool around. “I got hurt and one of my friends took me golfing and I decided to make one hole to play golf on, and it just kept going.” It kept going ...
From Yarmouth hockey town to a far north hockey hamlet – the gift of skates and helmets
Cambridge Bay is 3,500 kilometres from Yarmouth, but the town and the far-north hamlet do have things in common. Fishing is an important industry in both communities and young folk enjoy skating and playing hockey. In Cambridge Bay, however, ...
Debert man records first place finish at highland games in France
The hours of practicing in the cold and rain paid off for Adam Ogilvie, with a first-place medal from the Bressuire Highland Games in France. “It was an incredible trip,” said the Debert resident. “There was great weather and a ...