Profile of Sherry Martell

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  • Boyle toasted by community

    Wallace - Canada's newest Nobel Prize Laureate was not at a celebration held in his honour in person, but his invention allowed him to ...

  • Heighton to join federal lobster council

    RIVER JOHN - The head of a local fishermen's association will sit on the newly created Lobster Council of Canada. Ronnie Heighton, Cape John ...

  • Maple producers hoping to recover from poor season

    NEW GLASGOW - Maple producers are tapping into innovative technology aiming to recover from one of the worst sap seasons in more than three ...

  • Federal byelection candidates stage first debate

    PUGWASH - Five federal byelection candidates debated some hot-button issues last night here, keeping their responses to a warm, cordial tone. ...

  • Local man wins Nobel Prize

    WALLACE - A revolutionary scientific discovery more than 40 years ago has earned a Wallace resident global recognition. Physicist Willard S. ...

  • School board workers favour strike

    AMHERST - School board workers have delivered a strong message to their employer - they will strike if contract demands are not met. Bus ...

  • Is Dubya coming to Fox Harbr?

    ALLACE - Former U.S. president George W. Bush is rumoured to be attending a networking session of business and political leaders at Fox Harb'r ...

  • Lobster price clawing its way back up

    BARRACHOIS - Lobster prices are on the rebound after weeks of sitting at rock bottom. Last week, the shore price for market-size lobsters ...

  • Lobster fishermen face bleak season

    BARRACHOIS - Even before the spring lobster fishery was set to open, some North Shore fishermen were wishing the season was already behind them. ...

  • Price lock

    Bill King, manager of Duncan's Pub in Amherst, pours a draft for a custormer. King ...