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TATAMAGOUCHE – Jimmie LeFresne is a positive man, so keeping the Train Station Inn closed this summer during the coronavirus pandemic wasn’t going to be an option. He thought about it, and discussed it with his staff, but in the end, he knew he would be open for business one way or another. “I was […]

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This story has been modified slightly to correct an error stating the festivities in Kitchener-Waterloo had been cancelled. TATAMAGOUCHE — Pictou County residents who travelled to the North Shore for an annual festive celebration will be disappointed this year. Like so many other events in the coming months, the annual Oktoberfest celebration in […]

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RIVER JOHN – It’s business as usual for C.G. Fulton Pharmacy in both Tatamagouche and River John during the novel coronavirus pandemic, but with an added twist. Chris MacLean, who owns the business with his wife, Wendy, said both pharmacies are open to the public for whatever their needs, they’re just doing business through a […]

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TONEY RIVER — The Moving Forward Action Committee of St. David’s Presbyterian Church in Toney River has scheduled three wellness sessions over the next three months. Richy Gammon, who chairs the committee, described the series topics that include Dominic Boyd presenting on March 10 and May 12. Boyd provides local education and outreach for Alzheimer […]

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PICTOU — Water Street was closed to cars but opened to pedestrians on Saturday afternoon, thanks to Sonja Park and her daughter Rhonda of Water Street Bakery and Kevin Pettipas of Poppy’s. Tired of the dreary weather, Rhonda worked hard to get vibrantly coloured balloons to colour the streets. With 30 vendors, including local businesses, […]