Profile of Andrew Wagstaff

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  • Keeping positive

    WEST AMHERST - Ed Comeau has lived a good life, and is not about to let something like blindness get him down. At the age of 87, he has been ...

  • Fire departments struggle for recruits

    PARRSBORO - Fire departments need a lot of things to do their job - equipment, funding and training, to name a few. But, for four local ...

  • Painting selected for national program

    CANNONVILLE - Arlene Collins was allowed to submit 10 paintings to the Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) National Art Portfolio program, but at first ...

  • Chief librarian says goodbye

    AMHERST - Frances Newman has turned the page on her life here in Cumberland County, and will soon open a new chapter of her career. After more ...

  • Chairs to get personal touch

    RIVER HEBERT - Finding a place to sit at River Hebert District High School will be easier and less costly this year, if a new fundraising ...

  • Terrasonga introduced to local families

    EAST AMHERST - Nature and music go hand in hand, especially for children, according to Christine MacLeod. The singer and environmentalist is ...

  • Musical evening highlights African heritage celebrations

    SPRINGHILL: By celebrating African culture here last weekend, Leah Killen hoped to help unite all cultures. Killen and the Ruddick Family and ...

  • Flooding blocks Oxford streets

    OXFORD - Residents and emergency responders were keeping anxious eyes on rising waters here this week, but escaped the flood relatively unharmed. ...

  • Ramblers defeat Yarmouth 4-1

    Amherst - The Amherst Ramblers finished off their regular season home schedule in style Saturday night, knocking off the division-leading ...

  • Annual fun-spiel to benefit burn society

    AMHERST There was no such thing as the Nova Scotia Firefighters Burn Treatment Society when Paul Farrow was burned in 1977, but the local man ...