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12
Dec
The greedy Valley buggers who cancelled your kid’s Christmas party

The greedy Valley buggers who cancelled your kid’s Christmas party

Golly-gee, there sure are a lot of people in the Valley doing quite well off the Nova Scotia education system. And it sure as hell ain’t the students. Not the students. Not these days.

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28
Nov

Good news, bad news for Wolfville crime watchers

Better late than never may be the Wolfville RCMP’s new motto. About a week after we went to press with local concerns that the community cop-shop has been ignoring an alleged rash of student violence, spokesthingy Cpl. Jen Clarke finally responded to calls for comment.

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14
Nov

Ex-Valley sisters allege sex abuse

A lawsuit filed by two sisters alleges sexual abuse by a senior member of the Centreville Congregation of the Jehovah’s Witnesses. The suit, filed in late October in Halifax, names William “Bill” R.J. MacKay as the alleged abuser and also claims the congregation and the Watch Tower Bible Society of Canada are liable.

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14
Nov

Damn kids in Wolfville

While Wolfville rezzies watching the local papers (er, paper — ed.) may have heard of one recent incident of unnecessary roughness — the October 16 Homecoming weekend stabbing of an unidentified 20-year-old male Acadia student on Main Street in the wee morning hours — local sources are singing a different tune.

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31
Oct
Mayor of Splitsville?

Mayor of Splitsville?

Poor Spanky. David Corkum lost his Kentville mayor’s chair in last month’s election and now I’m hearing he’s splitting up with wife Susan. Neither David nor Susan would comment on the small-town chatter that also says the pair are, for now, still sharing their Acadia Drive marital home (2016 assessment, $242,400), which recently had its registered telephone number deactivated.

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