May 20th 2013
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Living with Sleep Apnea
The most common type of Sleep Apnea is Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), which is characterized by repetitive pauses in breathing during sleep due ...
Athletes successful at Special Olympics
A total of 47 athletes and 15 coaches boarded the buses in Liverpool, Bridgewater, and at Bonny Lea Farm. Athletes took part in curling, floor ...
Changing community health
The event had a turnout of about 80 to 100 people throughout the day. Participants watched the short documentary called Redefine, Rebuild, ...
Search continues for missing woman
Staff Sergeant Jeff Wells says RCMP are still making inquiries and talking to people, and have begun re-interviewing to clarify any information. ...
Astor Theatre recognized as cultural space
The poll asked readers to submit their suggestions in order to get the “inside scoop on old favourites and hot new spots for the savviest ...
A unique gift
Several months ago Ron Miller and Bruce Harrington, both part of the Woodpile coffee group, were at Clyde Croft’s Salvage Yard in Milton when ...
Essential Skills gives boost to community organizations
Cheques, together totaling $1,500, were donated to the Breakfast programs at Dr. John C. Wickwire, Milton Centennial and North Queens Elementary, ...
On the job: Down memory lane
Like many others in town Tim was a frequent customer of Memory Lane, and his role as valued customer was actually part of the reasons he was ...
Sew long, farewell
Seams Sew Simple sold retail fabrics and crafts, and offered “anything to do with a sewing machine,” including custom sewing, window treatments, ...
No schools to be reviewed
The meeting, held at Hebbville Academy in Bridgewater, was well attended by parents, teachers, students, and concerned members of the community. ...
The Future of community healthcare
The Tri-District Population Health Working Group, which consists of South Shore Health, South West Health and Annapolis Valley Health, has a new ...
North Queens science fair
Instead, students in grades 6-9 flooded the gym with displays of everything from growing crystals in eggshells to hypnotizing chickens in the ...
Trouble ahead for Liverpool Curling Club
Currently, the club is in need of roughly $15,000 to pay their bills, and will need to raise the money in order to continue. Greg Thorbourne, ...
A symbol of hope
To some this small yellow plant is nothing but a simple flower, but to the Canadian Cancer Society this first flower of spring is a symbol of ...
Liverpool’s Social Walk gaining more attention
This weekend, the Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) has offered to pay a visit to Liverpool and host the Social Walk March 26 at 10 a.m, both ...
Getting girls active
Physical activity teacher Greg Scott and organizer of the week says with all the different things offered, the girls had a chance to choose what ...
On the job: Face of the town
John says the mayor is someone responsible for conducting council and committee meetings, and representing decisions of council to the public. ...
A taste of Chinese culture
Coming from Henan Province, the hometown of Tai Chi, master Michael Yu will be offering Queens County a taste of Chinese culture through Tai Chi ...
The Second Story Women’s Centre provides services and education to help improve the lives of girls and women in both Lunenburg and Queens County. ...
Although they did not experience it firsthand, Hendrik and Daphne Ackermann had their own shaken up experience when they heard their son Kurt was ...
Small school, but strong school
A community meeting was held at the school Thursday, March 3 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss next steps. School Advisory Council (SAC) chairperson ...
100 years young
Originally from Liverpool, Carrie recently moved in to Ryan Hall, a long-term care facility in Bridgewater. It was here she was thrown her big ...
On the job: Elbow deep in dough
Teil is up and at work before the sun has risen. She arrives at the bakery at 6:30 a.m, where her father is already hard at work making bread for ...
Toronto next for aspiring model
Shelby first aspired to be a model when she was 16 after the death of her aunt, who used to be a model. “When she passed away everyone ...
Wild end their season
In Friday’s game, Chester took a 2-0 lead early in the first period, with another goal just before the start of period two. During the second ...
On the job: Moving to music
Dance is an art form. A way of self-expression through a series of different movements in a wide array of styles to music. Simply put, a dance ...
Liverpool Jam Nights
You would never guess from walking down Main Street in Liverpool there was a large group of musically talented individuals coming together to ...
On the job: Caring for canine companions
Buzz, snip, readjust, wash, readjust, splash, dry, readjust, clip, readjust, br--readjust, brush, repeat; the everyday not-so-simple task of a ...
Queens Place update - February
The total raised for Queens Place as of Feb. 1 is $ 1,081,757. Fundraising and communications officer Karen Gilmour says there has been a great ...
Two from Queens nominated for ECMAs
Kim Sinclair of SpinCount Music & Promotions in Milton has been nominated for Independent Company of the Year. Sinclair was nominated for the ...
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