May 18th 2013
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Spirited game of hockey
The Barrington Ice Dogs were in town in one of the last games of the regular season for Junior C hockey. It was a close game for the first two ...
Fire departments need an audit
The audit would give them an unbiased opinion of their equipment and their needs said Mark Sapp, chair of Mutual Aid. It would also make it ...
Queens Place budget not quite as expected
Some of the budgeted numbers for Queens Place fell far short of their budgeted totals, though there are still three months left out of the year. ...
Council gives grants to some organizations
In December 2012, the Region sent out a letter to all organizations that have received grants in the past, telling them they are putting the ...
Concern over highway sparks petition
People in the area are happy the by-pass is finally becoming a reality, says Campbell. However the way the communities are being cut up is ...
I'm not sure how many people make stock anymore. I know it was common in the days of our grandparents and great grandparents, but now we can buy ...
Curling championship lines up sponsors
Liverpool is hosting the 2014 championship, which takes place from Jan. 18 to 26. The province of Nova Scotia is putting in $75,000 towards the ...
Province taking over woodland management - with a...
Officially the province took over the land on Dec. 21. Charlie Parker, minister of natural resources, says planning is already underway to find ...
Biosphere still thriving despite challenges
Last June, the federal government cut all funding to biosphere reserves in Canada. This was about $60,000 a year, which was being used by the ...
Region budget causing problems for community groups
The trouble comes down to the Bowater property in Queens County. The province took over the lands in December, and some tenants will be moving in ...
White Point quilt unveiled
"It's all about telling a story," says Bev Crouse, the quilter who took on the task of creating the new piece. Each block has a meaning, she ...
Lingering costs a possibility at mill site
Bowater Mersey had agreement to get Mersey Hydro electricity at a better rate, but had to be using the power for making paper. When the province ...
Bowater cleanup costs a "worst case senario"
On Dec. 14 the province released their report on the potential contamination of the lands on the mill property. The conclusion was there is ...
Gifts for the new cook
A good knife No kitchen should be without a good chef's knife. I cringe when I see people using serrated chef's knives or thin carving ...
Pine Grove now under Queens control
The park was part of the land purchased by the province from Resolute Forest Products, which was announced Monday night. The park covers about 57 ...
Biofuel company, Emera setting up shop on mill site
Cellufuel will be doing research and development, with plans to create a diesel biofuel demonstration plant with construction starting next ...
Future of mill, Pine Grove being announced Wednesday
At 10:30 a.m. he will be at the former Bowater Mersey mill, expanding on the plans for what the facility will be used for now that the province ...
Province buys Bowater assets
Premier Darrell Dexter said he heard from many people that they wanted the province to buy the land, from those who wanted to see it protected to ...
TDC broadband case still winding through courts
Jeremy Smith, a lawyer with Patterson Law working on the case, says they have wrapped up the Discovery and Disclosure part of the case, and are ...
Transition report makes recommendations for future...
What they are recommending: - hire two project managers to work on community priorities - small business hubs to support new and home-based ...
Former superintendent recognized for tourism work
Harry DeLong received the 2012 Alastair and Frances Campbell Tourism Achievement Award from the Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia on ...
Travelling carolers coming through town
The event is being organized by the various denominations in the community, and starts off at Trinity Anglican Church on Church Street. The ...
Holiday home tour returns
The tour takes place Dec. 8 from 1 to 5 p.m. Tickets are $20, and can be purchased from the Moss Pot in Liverpool or by calling the Privateer ...
The wisdom of bread
It's something I think I inherited from my French grandfather. From the stories I have heard, he could sit down and eat a loaf himself. I don't ...
Kettles once again spreading Christmas cheer
The number of people helped vary a little each year, says Captain Sharon MacLeod, but in 2011 they helped 240 families in need through the ...
Hospital renovations well underway
Margo Walsh-Leaman. Facility and Planning director for the hospital expansion, presented an update to Region of Queens Council on Nov. 19. Ground ...
Author releasing fourth book in crow series
The launch at Lane's will include a musical performance by Under the Covers. The newly formed local band specializes in folk and blues tunes, and ...
Skatepark Association seeking council support
Ian Kent and David Gunn, members of the association, pitching the park to councillors that day, in the hopes of getting support for their bid to ...
Locals have hand in White Point Rebuild
Daunting project Wayne Wentzell, who owns Wentzell Construction, was one of the many contractors that worked on the project. Wentzell is very ...
White Point marks anniversary of fire: Part 1
However there was no question in owner Robert Risley's mind that the lodge would be rebuilt. Not only that, it would be done in slightly less ...
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