2019 Federal Election: Martha MacQuarrie running for Conservatives in Kings-Hants
Card-carrying Conservative Martha MacQuarrie is ready to step out from behind the scenes. The Kentville resident was recently announced as the Conservative Party of Canada’s Kings-Hants candidate for the 2019 federal election. READ MORE HERE.
Kings and Hants court report for July 19
Check out the latest court report. READ MORE HERE.
Meth, ecstasy seized by police
Two men are facing trafficking charges after an RCMP traffic stop. READ MORE HERE.
Wondering what’s happening in our community?
Same sex marriage makes unique statement opening Wolfville’s Pride week
When Mike Butler tied the knot July 14 with his longtime love Ian Brunton, he was thrilled to realize the date they’d chosen coincidentally coincided with Pride Day. READ MORE HERE.
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Kentville man competing in international Axe-throwing event
Steve Rex’s love of axe throwing is taking him places. The Kentville resident has signed on for the World Axe Throwing League’s upcoming US Open competition that will held in Chicago this August. READ MORE HERE.
Making beautiful art: Chalk Art festival comes to Kentville
Creativity flourished in Kentville on July 14 as chalk artists and chalk lovers took over Webster Street and created a community canvas for the second annual Kentville Chalk Art Festival. READ MORE HERE.
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Storm signs three-point sniper Kyle Arsenault
Storm head coach Tim Kendrick said he’s pleased to get second-year sniper Kyle Aresnault from the Kitchener-Waterloo Titans, which didn’t re-sign the former Acadia Axeman. READ MORE HERE.
Senior Wildcats split double-header, positive for future games
The Kentville Wildcats split a double header when the team hosted the Truro Bearcats at Memorial Park on July 15, winning the first game 10-5 and losing the second 4-1 – and the team has another head coach behind the bench for the second time this year, although this one is familiar to baseball fans. READ MORE HERE.
Interested in art and entertainment?
Art that moves: Canning artist uses silk, clothing for pieces
Holly Carr was once worried painting happy, joyful images on swaths of silk wasn’t cool enough to be considered art. Trusting her gut, she forged ahead, brush in hand, creating a bold world of strong statements and designs on panels and clothes. It’s now been more than two decades since, and Carr has found a way to make art a full-time gig. READ MORE HERE.
Netflix: What’s new July 20 – and what’s worth it
Check out the latest reviews from columnist Jordan Parker from the latest additions to the Netflix offerings. READ MORE HERE.