Stopping traffic for Remembrance Day services

Stopping traffic for Remembrance Day services

Updated at 18:57 - BARTON - Weather-wise it was the nicest Remembrance Day in recent memory, and the good people of Barton decided to leave the St. Mary’s Bay Baptist Church after a short service and walk up Hwy. 1 to the cenotaph about 250...

Mailbox safety concerns

Updated at 10:24 - In August 2013, Canada Post did away with most roadside mailboxes on its respective rural routes, citing safety factors. They were replaced with new community...

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Clare captures regional volleyball banner

Updated on November 24, 2014 - Ecole Secondaire de Clare senior girls’ volleyball team triumphed over New Germany Saints in two sets to capture the Western Region Division 3 championship banner..

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Community events

Updated at 09:14 - The Events column is for non-profit listings of events in Digby County. Items may run twice for free before the event’s date. Email items to info@digbycourier.ca, fax to 245-6136, post online at www.digbycourier.ca or mail to the Digby Courier at 124....

Get into the Holiday Spirit in Bear River

Updated on November 25, 2014 - BEAR RIVER - The people of Bear River have lined up a full day of events this Saturday, and a few the next Saturday too, to get you...

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TIDE TIMES

Updated on November 21, 2014 - Thursday, Nov. 20: High 9:35 a.m., 9:59 p.m.; Low 3:25 a.m., 3:51 p.m.

PET OF THE WEEK

Updated on November 21, 2014 - Harley is a big boy with an affectionate disposition and a non-stop purr which starts the minute he sees you. Abandoned to...

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PET OF THE WEEK

Updated at 11:02 - This is Princess making herself comfortable in her favourite spot. She is a very pretty cat, shy but affectionate. Princess is easily spooked, but comes around once she feels safe, so would do best in a quiet household without young....

Time tides

Updated at 10:44 - Thursday, Nov. 27: High 2:29 a.m., 2:52 p.m.; Low 8:42 a.m., 9:13 p.m.

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Safety first as new seson begins

Updated at 10:47 - About 1,500 vessels and 1,600 lobster licence holders in southwestern Nova Scotia were preparing last week to participate in dumping day--the opening day of the season in Lobster Fishing Areas 34 and 33..

THE DARC SIDE: Gutsy Girls gotta sweat

Updated at 10:32 - Digby Area Recreation Commission is rolling out a new girls only physical activity program—Gutsy Girls—at Digby Regional High and...

EASTERN PASSAGES: You have mail

Updated at 09:20 - It’s always interesting when the federal Conservatives send you mail — especially when it’s one of their fundraising efforts. The...

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