On October 30, 1991, when 77-year-old Elmer Dunlap Yuill went out to the barn to do the chores, he had no idea that two people were laying in wait for him. He had no way of knowing that his life would soon be over, courtesy of a .22 calibre bullet in the back of his neck.
“This killed our family,” his nephew, Yuill McGregor, tells me.
“He was our patriarch.”
New Glasgow Regional Police is now saying that up to this point, they’ve only identified one person who was captured on a local doctor’s alleged bathroom spycam.
Which seems to contradict what police have been saying since the story broke on November 30.
School athletic directors in Nova Scotia are shaking in their high tops at the prospect of making one wrong move during this work-to-rule business, potentially inviting sanctions from the governing body.
I think it was Ebenezer Scrooge who said that if he could have his way, every fool who goes around with Merry Christmas on his lips would be boiled in his own oil and buried with a stick of holly through his heart.
It was a rather rowdy Sunday over at the Rath Eastlink Community Centre in Truro and sports complex on December 4, and we’re not talking about the action on the ice. Behind the unassuming glass doors of a meeting room, off to the side of the rink, gathered the members and supporters of Volleyball Nova Scotia for the annual AGM and airing of grievances.
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