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  • Headed to Nationals

    Raelene Wilson wanted to start playing baseball when she was four years old because she saw her sister having fun with it. She made a good ...

  • Officials move to curb mumps outbreaks

    The Nova Scotia government is looking to finally curb the mumps outbreak. Minister of Health Promotion and Protection Barry Barnet announced his ...

  • Snowbird honoured with stamp

    SPRINGHILL - Now you can plaster Anne Murray's face on your outgoing mail. Murray was one of four musicians that were recently honoured in the ...

  • A better world

    Christie McClelland always considered herself appreciative of the opportunities she was given. Now she knows just how lucky she really is. "I ...

  • Fage participates in accessible education talks

    As our population gets older, one organizations focus is to keep young people in this province. The Alliance of Nova Scotia Student Associations ...

  • Abused seniors to be provided with avenue of support

    Victims of seniors' abuse are often too afraid to do anything about it. Now the Nova Scotia Seniors' Secretariat is shedding light on the matter. ...

  • Off to nationals

    AMHERST - Cumberland County may be small, but we've got game. On the 11-woman roster that will represent Nova Scotia at the Baseball Canada ...

  • Bound for Japan

    AMHERST - Helen Triff is dedicated to cadets. She's been involved with cadets at various levels for nearly 30 years, has helped out with summer ...

  • Christ takes to the airwaves

    Bible study doesn't have to be limited to Sunday. Thanks to technology, Christians in Amherst can now get their bible teachings 24/7 if they ...

  • Battling back

    Robert Stephens used to be healthy. "I never thought I'd get sick. I never even had a doctor until I was 38. Once I got sick I've been sick ever ...