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  • Blenkhorn wins gold with national amputee team

    MONTREAL, QUE. - A pair of Nova Scotians are among Canada's most recent hockey gold medallists. Amherst's Brad Blenkhorn and Ryan Sloan, ...

  • Community Happenings

    May 6 Soup Kitchen Community Soup Kitchen serving Free Soup and Sandwiches at The Salvation Army Thrift Store in Amherst (basement). 11 a.m.-2 ...

  • Abolish the Senate already

    Canadians far and wide have lobbied for reform to the Senate, with some calling for its members to be elected, rather than appointed by ...

  • Community Happenings

    April 30 Walk For Autism Piece by Piece Autism Association will hold a Walk For Autism beginning at noon., at Cumberland Mental Health Services. ...

  • Remembering Lesmere Kirkpatrick D.S.O.

    By Bob Barnes Special to the Citizen AMHERST - With his passing earlier this year, a highly regarded native son was lost to Nova Scotia, ...

  • Environment remains a high priority

    The economy may be on the slow road to recovery and remains an important issue to North Americans, but one thing is clear after a recent online ...

  • Camera club up and running

    PUGWASH - The Pugwash Camera Club has had its first successful month of instruction and fun competetion. The club is divided into two sections: ...

  • Cumberland Digest

    Charges still being considered following drug raid at ARHS AMHERST — It could be several days before police are in a position to announce what ...

  • Arms treaty shows needed leadership

    While the nuclear arms control treaty signed this past week by U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitri Medvedev may not have ...

  • Tax hike a tough pill to swallow

    Desperate times call for desperate measures, but the budget presented by Finance Minister Graham Steele is a hard pillow to swallow for ...