From Barrington to Winnipeg: Sou'West 4-H Club participating in summer exchange program
Revving up for season: Clyde River Motocross Track and Trails holds first ...
Keep digging: Research project continues this summer
Barrington sea cadet gets top honours
‘Perfect place to learn Nova Scotia’s songbirds’
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Let's support the Town of Yarmouth on the arts centre
OP-ED: Organ and tissue donation awareness
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Minister addresses Shelburne policing conversations
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Aquaculture disaster
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Fish loss story fluctuates like the weather
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: 30th anniversary of Crime Stoppers
LETTER: The social side of fishing
Have you ever thought of the social aspect of fish? No, well nor have I until this evening. I heard that trout were being caught at Islands Park, so I rode to the park to see for myself. When I rounded the corner, the road was lined on both sides, ...
Letter: Towns could annex municipal areas to grow in Shelburne County
I'm concerned as I expect many other residents are about the amalgamation process. There seems to be opportunities for progress being set aside as elected representatives guard their territories. We need a group of positive representatives whether ...
Letter: Municipal leader says Town of Shelburne should consider dissolution
Further to Mayor Mattatall’s quote in the Nov. 24 edition of the Coast Guard when speaking about the amalgamation of the Municipality and Town she stated, “We went into this process in good faith and we want to know if they are willing to do this or ...
Re: Editorial “Left at the Altar”
Marriage is inevitable between them. However, at this time, this would be neither a marriage of equals, nor a happy marriage nor a beneficial marriage. All reports are that one partner is not very compatible with the other. ...
Letter: 100-year-old Cape Sable Island boat still sailing
I thought that this story of a 100-year old boat that was built in Cape Island would be of interest to your readers. About the year 1970 when my son, Peter G. Doane M.D. was 13 years old (now 58) and wished he had a boat, we were in Nova Scotia ...
Letter: Helping refugees is the human thing to do
A refugee camp for displaced Syrians in Turkey.Recently I have observed some misinformation and various misguided opinions regarding the idea of Barrington and Shelburne attempting to sponsor refugee families. I feel a story may help in producing ...
Letter: A special bunny delivery made to White Point Beach Resort
On August 19th and 20th (Wednesday & Thursday) my husband and I attended the reunion of our Bridgewater High School Graduating Class of 1957 at White Point Beach Resort. We left the Lodge late Thursday morning and drove to Bridgewater and ...
LETTER: Real high speed Internet needed in rural Shelburne County
I am writing this letter in regards to the Internet availability in Shelburne County. It was my understanding that we were to have high speed Internet all across Nova Scotia as of 2015. I work in Nova Scotia for 3-4 months of every year from my ...
LETTER: "Redneck" organizer sad Shelburne event caused controversy
I have remained silent concerning the topic of the “Redneck” controversy. I feel that now that the event is over it is time I shared my thoughts. My name is Banjo Bubba. I hosted and sponsored this fun event. I am saddened that an event that was ...
LETTER: Redneck moniker damages Shelburne’s reputation
As an attendee at the July 6 meeting, I can safely say that there was no indication of “town officials” taking seriously the complaints by Josh Brown or several others who testified opposing the “redneck” event at Founders’ Days. Despite what ...