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  • Tyne Valley plans parade for Jenna Smith

    But Jenna Smith had a good excuse. She was still in Los Angeles where she won three gold medals for Canada in the Special Olympics’ World Games. ...

  • Reds drop opener

    Leading 2-1 through three innings, the Reds gave up three runs in the fourth and two in both the fifth and six innings to lose 8-3 to the ...

  • MacKinnon wins Lucas Oil 100

    MacKinnon, who claimed the Linde 100 at Petty International Raceway in June, won the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour’s Lucas Oil 100 at Oyster ...

  • A’Court to perform at Trailside Cafe Saturday, Mt-Carmel Sunday

    A’Court’s voice, guitar work and contemporary song writing have earned him an international following and a host of awards and accolades for his ...

  • Reds off to Montreal

    “We loaded up with more tournaments and participated in a very good Maritime league that we feel will better prepare the girls for the nationals ...

  • Give library to the town

    The committee relies on a small grant from the town and covers the rest of its costs through donations and fundraising. That’s the way it’s ...

  • Nova Scotia gets first win

    Emma O’Brien went 3-for-3, scored a pair of runs and drove in three to lead the way in a 13-0 whitewashing of New Brunswick’s Saint John ...

  • Montgmery records fifth career ace

    Montgomery used a No. 7 iron to ace the 145-yard fourth hole. Brett Montgomery, Gary MacKay and Terry Murphy were Montgomery’s playing partners. ...

  • MacEachern shuts out Kensington

    Caitlyn McCloskey scored twice to lead RC United’s offence. Mackayla Vos and Mya MacNevin added single tallies.

  • LeClair’s two-goal effort leads United

    Emily Arsenault, Jeanessa Venoit and Julia Johnson scored for the United, who built a 3-1 lead at halftime.Kristen Proude netted the lone goal ...