Profile of Andrew Wagstaff

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  • Small in numbers, large in spirit

    The 689 Handley Page air cadets squadron impressed a lot of people last weekend, including their reviewing officer, Maj. Bert Campbell (retired). ...

  • Parrsboro schools reach milestone

    School improvement was celebrated here today, as Parrsboros elementary and high schools became the first in the province awarded accreditation ...

  • Mapleton church to mark 150 years

    It was 150 years ago last February that the little church here first opened its doors. "We still have a letter written by the church's first ...

  • Family Help providing mental health support

    Barb Tennant struggled for years to deal with her daughter's bedwetting problem, never knowing help was just a phone call away. It was through ...

  • Program pioneered in province

    It has garnered interest all over Canada, and is now being piloted in Thunder Bay, Ont., but it started here in northern Nova Scotia. Developed ...

  • 40 years of valued service

    A lot has changed about Parrsboro in the last 40 years, but not everything. Karna Blenkhorn is still behind the counter at Wrights Pharmasave. ...

  • Mounties coping with staff shortage, rising crime

    Local police are still shorthanded with no relief in sight, while crime statistics are expected to increase as summer draws nearer. The (crime) ...

  • Air festival not rained out

    It rained throughout the Victoria Day weekend, but paragliders and hang-gliders managed to find enough clear skies to fly on three of the four ...

  • Ships Company announces season

    There was this one time at fiddle camp that Ships Company Theatre announced its entire season lineup. Last Friday, in fact. Artistic director ...

  • Fire department to celebrate 60 years

    After 60 years of serving its community, the River Hebert Volunteer Fire Department has come a long way. Bud Johnston knows because he was there ...