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  • There have to be consequences

    There has been progress, but the number of deaths and injuries on the job in this province is simply unacceptable. That's a message the Nova ...

  • Old is new again

    The throngs of young people who hangout in almost all communities are mostly harmless but there are always a few who make things bad for the ...

  • Thats enough, little man

    It's really quite funny when you think of it. Federal Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff has issued a warning to Prime Minister Steven Harper and ...

  • The Dijest

    It landed with a kick and knocked out The Bachelor. Thousands of couch potatoes missed the Bachelor's Final Rose ceremony on their televisions ...

  • Crystal's Corner

    Greetings readers, hope you all had a super week. I just want to throw a few words out to the readers this week: Hazardous. Treacherous. Tricky. ...

  • Crystal's Corner

    Greetings readers, hope you all had a lovely week. Has anyone else found this past week a bit more treacherous for getting around? The ice has ...

  • Crystal's Corner

    Greetings readers, hope you all had a great week and are having some of the happiest of holidays. Now that the rush is over, isn't it nice to ...

  • A Walk In The Woods

    Canada has lost a living forestry legend. Dr. Wilfrid Creighton, the well-known 104 year old forester, passed away August 17 at his home in ...

  • Dealing with racoons

    Many Nova Scotians have had dealings with the masked bandit over the years and no more so than this past summer. Although raccoons have never ...

  • The Heritage Corner

    Charles J. Allbon Sr., born Dec. 16, 1869 in Sidcup, Kent Co., England, was the son of John and Ann Allbon. Charles came to Springhill in 1882 ...