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Heading to a point of no return
Changing times drive leadership change
Archbishop Mancini presents diocesan awards of merit during visit to ...
Tournament chairman looks back at what was a successful Fred Page Cup
German delegation scouts Amherst for POW camp’s 100th anniversary
Cougars finish CBWRHL season with wins over Tigers, Lions
Immigration growth is important but misunderstood
We should practice different strokes for different folks
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Ramblers use territorial picks to select Jacob Melanson and Matthew Hunter
Ramblers make four trades, select seven players at MHL draft
True team effort by Raptors defeats Golden State's dynasty
Don Cherry pays tribute to late Glace Bay girl during Coach’s Corner
Midget Athletics sweep Pictou County Orioles in Bluenose Midget AA Baseball League action
ARHS honours excellence in sports
With a Grand Slam junior title, Leylah Annie Fernandez has met one of her three goals this year
Leylah Annie Fernandez is the No. 1 junior tennis player in the world after winning the girls title at the French Open on Saturday . But the 16-year-old from Laval, Quebec, faces bigger challenges as she prepares to make the transition to ...
Laval's Leylah Annie Fernandez wins French Open junior singles title
Leylah Annie Fernandez of Laval capped a week of superb tennis when she defeated Emma Navarro of the 6-3, 6-2 Saturday to claim the junior girls title at the French Open tennis championships. The 16 year old, who lost in the final of ...
Melanson in Quebec for QMJHL draft
Jacob Melanson is modest as he thinks about where he will be picked in Saturday’s Quebec Major Junior Hockey League entry draft on Saturday. The 16-year-old Amherst native doesn’t want to predict how high he’ll be drafted, but is ...
Debert man preparing to compete at heavy games in France: Video
Adam Ogilvie will soon be hoisting the heavy objects at a field in France. The Debert man has been invited to compete in the Highland Games Bressuire. “I was completely shocked when I got an email from the Margaree Highland Games asking ...
Parrsboro Warriors win provincial slo-pitch title
LOWER SOUTH RIVER, N.S. – After two full days of hard-hitting slo-pitch action in Lower South River on May 31 and June 1, it was the Parrsboro Regional High School Warriors claiming the gold medal in the Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation ...
Springhill says goodbye to its Mr. Baseball
Springhill and Cumberland County said goodbye to one of its biggest baseball supporters during a funeral at the Dr. Carson & Marion Murray Community Centre on Tuesday. James ‘Pokey’ Melanson, 83, died Friday at the All Saints ...
Medal haul at provincials for local track athletes
AMHERST NEWS WOLFVILLE, N.S. – Athletes from throughout Cumberland County competed at the 2019 Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation Provincial Track and Field Championships on May 31 and June 1 at Acadia University in Wolfville, ...
Dykeman named new president of MHL
TRURO, N.S. – The Maritime Junior Hockey League has a new man at the helm. Steven Dykeman was introduced as the league’s new president during an event on Monday afternoon at the Rath Eastlink Community Centre in Truro. Dykeman ...
Vikings repeat as provincial Division 1 slo-pitch champions
AMHERST, N.S. – The Amherst Regional High School Vikings did it again. This time on home soil. “It feels great to win it at home,” Vikings slo-pitch coach Darren Collins said. “We won silver at home four years ago but this ...
Truro man returns from Special Olympics youth games with medals and memories
A recent trip to Toronto provided Jason Hicks with experiences he never thought possible. Hicks was there to compete in the first Special Olympics Youth Invitational Games, and he returned with three medals and dozens of great ...