May 25th 2013
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Still not Idle in Bear River
The Bear River First Nation is still not idle. Word has spread a little farther since their first small sharing circle two weeks ago. This past ...
Senior provincial curling championships come to Digby
The Digby Curling club is hosting the senior mens and womens provincial curling championship this week. Organizers have 13 teams registered – ...
One more time—town council wants to hear from...
Digby town council wants to hear it again. Representatives from South West Health spoke to both town and district councils last month about ...
Scallop boat taking on water
A Digby scallop fisherman called the fire department this week when the pumps on his scallop boat failed. The crew of the Brier Challenger ...
Sea smoke, vapours or Bay Steamers?
When cold air moves over a warmer body of water, you often see fog. At this time of year, there is a particularly wispy kind of fog that occurs ...
Still Not Idle gathering in Bear River
Bear River First Nation is following up their first sharing circle to discuss Idle No More with a two-day gathering this weekend. The invitation ...
No love for delinquent tax accounts
The municipality will be sending a special kind of Valentine’s Day message to a few tardy taxpayers. The municipality sent out 57 60-day notices ...
Chimney fire on Lighthouse Road
Digby firefighters extinguished a chimney fire on Lighthouse Road today, Wednesday, Jan 23. The homeowner succeeded in controlling the fire by ...
Wharf dredging and float installation project awarded
McNally Construction has won the tender for the next step in the wharf renovation project. The Digby Port Harbour Association accepted their bid ...
Power pole fire in Deep Brook
Bear River Fire Dept. responded to a pole fire at the bottom of Purdy Road in Deep Brook where it meets Hwy 1, Saturday evening at 5 p.m.
Winter enthusiasts Occupy Keji for the weekend
The parking lot was full of cars and it was standing room only in the Mill Falls warming hut. The main road into Kejimkujik National Park was ...
New undersea cables to Brier Island
Nova Scotia Power is installing four new undersea power cables to Brier Island. The $2.2 million dollar project will replace the three cables ...
Power pole fire on Brier Island
A power pole fire knocked out power on Brier Island this morning. Wally DeVries, chief of the Westport Fire Department says they were called out ...
RCMP charge driver with two counts of impaired...
RCMP in Annapolis County have charged a 48-year-old man with two counts of impaired driving causing death in relation to a collision in October ...
Digby senior girls basketball team suffers injuries...
The DRHS senior girls not only lost on the score sheet but they suffered a serious loss to injuries. Mallory Francis won’t be back the rest of ...
Fixing up New France: A winter’s walk and future...
A half dozen of us walked a good part of the way to New France last weekend. We drove all the way down the Langford Road to the Silver River and ...
Friends save man from Digby harbour
Friends rescued a man who fell into Digby harbour last night. The man fell between scallop boats and the wharf around 1 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 17. ...
Car rolls into ditch in Marshalltown
The driver and passenger of a car that rolled into the ditch in Marshalltown were both up and walking around when EHS arrived. The couple, ...
Bear River is Idle No More
They passed the little twisted stick two times round the circle. Some held the stick in a tight fist, waved it like they were holding a sign of ...
Occupy Keji planned for this weekend
[UPDATE: 9 p.m. Jan. 15. Changed dates to Jan. 19 and 20. THIS weekend.] People are making plans to occupy Keji this weekend. Rod and Mary ...
Stingrays defeat Mariners in hoop action
By Karla Kelly FOR THE DIGBY COURIER NovaNewsNow The St. Mary’s Bay Academy senior boys’ basketball team defeated the Digby Mariners 99-42 in ...
Division 3 hockey challenge weekend at Digby arena
The Digby Mariners hockey team had a busy weekend as they hosted a Division 3 challenge. The Richmond Hurricanes came down from Cape Breton, ...
Bridgetown beats the DRHS senior boys basketball...
Bridgetown beat the DRHS senior boys basketball team 84-65 in Digby Friday, Jan. 11.
Lady Mariners Basketball are 4-2
The senior girls basketball girls have played four league games since mid December. Monday, Dec. 17 Home against SMBA Stringrays Digby won 62-20. ...
End of the middle ell
The chainsaws have been going since 7 a.m. this morning, the tractor trailers have been hauling away load after laod of creosote soaked wood ...
‘No Mo Chemo’
A Weymouth family feels they now have their life back after their youngest son completed his last inpatient chemotherapy treatment for bone ...
Fisherman lost overboard south of Yarmouth
[UPDATE: 4:17 p.m. Jan 13, 2013]RCMP have identified the missing fisherman as 20-year-old Michael Jeffrey Doucette from Wedgeport. By Tina Comeau ...
Princess of Acadia off for three weeks
The Digby Saint John ferry will be shut down until almost Valentine’s Day. The good news is the Princess of Acadia might be back in time to carry ...
Weekly clinic for people with no doctor
It’s a start. Officials from South West Health hope the establishment of a weekly clinic in Digby will help attract more doctors to the area. Dr. ...
Council orders Digby Academy demolished
The old red brick school between the Digby Courthouse and Trinity Anglican Church could soon be gone. Digby town council voted unanimously at a ...
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