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Country singer ready to air her latest hit on Truro radio
It was almost by accident Danielle Todd discovered country music. Her father lay bedbound with a broken back, when he switched from classic rock to country, the tunes of Shania Twain and Patsy Cline filling their home. Now living in Nashville, ...
Shortts Lake couple recount attempt to save man
SHORTTS LAKE, N.S. – When Julie Stewart heard a yell, she knew the two canoeists who paddled by her house were in peril. A woman on a paddleboard was pleading with a man to stay calm after his canoe capsized. He was one of two men in the ...
Fred Penner helping his four-legged namesake find a new home
A much-loved children’s music performer is lending his star power to help a four-legged friend find a new home. Fred Penner urged dog lovers in Truro to step up and adopt an eight-year-old beagle named after him, saying adopted pets ...
A stirring goodbye for a fallen Truro firefighter
They lined the sidewalks in their hundreds, tears streaming down cheeks in a final goodbye for a much-loved Truro son. One elderly man offered a tearful salute as the fire truck, draped in black shrouds and bearing Skyler Lee Blackie’s ...
Entering the Spirits’ world
Photos: Mark Goudge The temperature dropped. That was my first sign we weren’t alone. The second was a response to Margo Griffin’s question. “Are there any spirits in the basement with us?” A one-word typed reply came ...