Profile of Andrew Wagstaff

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  • Hope on the horizon for beef station

    A meeting with provincial officials has provided a glimmer of hope for the Maritime Beef Testing Station. I think it was productive, said ...

  • Fun with fashion

    Kristen Holloway struts down the catwalk in a lacy flapper from the 1930s, complete with a headpiece, followed by Cassie Gautreau in a chiffon ...

  • Ship railway model finds new home at museum

    AMHERST The model of the Chignecto Ship Railway model had generated interest at Cumberland County Museum before it even arrived there, according ...

  • Support strong for Casey

    The sign says it all. Hurrah for Bill Casey, hero in parliament, reads the poster, stapled on a utility pole on Main Street. Another one taped ...

  • Grave theft angers family

    Esther Deville is trying not to take it personally, but its been difficult. The Parrsboro woman was given four small solar-powered lights as a ...

  • Remembering... Ken Ferris

    Until the last year of his 82-year life, Ken Ferris rarely slowed down. He was just on the go all day, recalled stepdaughter Debbie Gilroy. My ...

  • Is it expensive to eat healthy?

    Buying healthy food may seem expensive to some, but Sharon Robinson has yet to see a big difference. Whatever the cost, she said the payoff has ...

  • RockFest to support RHDH safe grad

    The safe grad committee at River Hebert District High School has been raising money all year, and plans to conclude its campaign with a bang ...

  • NSCC helps single mom find her place

    Natalie LeBlanc was a single mother with a two-year-old, and didn't know what she was going to do with her life when her friend invited her to ...

  • Springhill library moves to temporary new home

    The Springhill public library could open its doors again by September, but for now the service is setting up a new temporary location. Starting ...