Sackville Art Hive hosting second Boomerang Bag Community Sewing Bee
Food, environmental and portering services at New Brunswick hospitals will not be ...
Sackville RCMP adopts bicycle registration program to combat theft
EDITORIAL: Troubled waters
Russell Wangersky: When you can’t trust your partner
New Brunswick begins 2018 heat alert, response system
Craig receives Mount Allison’s 2018 Purdy Crawford Staff Award of Excellence
CINDY DAY: New moon, no moon?
Editorial: Don’t park your parka
The Sackville Tribune Post
Cross Border Challenge returning for 10th year June 23
Humboldt mayor thanks Amherst minor hockey team for its support
Members of Sackville's Tantramar football Titans make the cut to Team NB
Sackville's 2017-18 lady soccer Titans win New Brunswick Interscholastic Athletic Association Team Sportsmanship Award
Hopkins resigns coaching position with Mount Allison Mounties
Sackville minor football spring training camp set to start
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Football was introduced nearly 50 years ago when the Tantramar Titans entered the NBIAA League and for a few years paid the price, being totally hammered by teams like Moncton and Fredericton. It took about eight years for ...
New ball shed to be installed this summer
SACKVILLE, N.B. - Sackville will get a new ball shed this summer. Town engineer Dwayne Acton told council last month that that staff is working on the design for the shed and a tender will be issued soon for the new building. It will replace the ...
Sackville's bantam boys basketball squad suffers heartbreaker at provincials
SACKVILLE, N.B. – If anybody felt that lightning never strikes twice in the same place they should talk to head coach Austin Carter of the Sackville Bantam Titans or his assistants, Frank Oulton and Alan Atkinson. Yes, the young squad ...
Rhindress named new Mount A women’s hockey head coach
SACKVILLE, N.B. – The most challenging matter facing Mount Allison’s recently named head coach, as he sees it, is a change in culture of the Lady Mounties hockey team. Forty-seven-year-old Terry Rhindress has been hanging out at rinks ...
Sackville Sports Wall of Fame set to welcome three new inductees
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Three new faces will soon be added to Sackville’s Sports Wall of Fame. The latest inductees – among them an NHL trainer, a national curling champion, and the illustrious ‘Voice of the Mounties’ ...
Mount Allison’s Mangold named 2018 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association All-Canadian
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Mount Allison University’s has been named a 2018 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) women’s basketball All-Canadian. This year’s ACAA player of the year, Mangold led the conference with 17.4 ...
Mounties win first match in 2018 women’s national basketball championships
SACKVILLE, N.B. – The 2018 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) women’s national basketball championships continued in Sackville Thursday evening with an East-West battle between the Mount Allison Mounties, the top team in the ...
Sackville Curling Club's Julia Hunter set to vie for pair of national titles
SACKVILLE, N.B. – There have been some pretty famous rock throwers developed at the Sackville Curling Club during its nearly 70-year history but one of the most decorated is a young woman who just keeps on taking the podium, championship ...
Mount A set to host 2018 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association women’s basketball nationals
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Mount Allison University will play host to its first ever national championships when eight teams from across the nation appear here on March 14-17 to determine the best of the best in women’s basketball played at the ...
Tim Arsenault: Olympic scratch-and-dent stadium could be the CFL ticket
Randy Ambrosie, the commissioner of the Canadian Football League, is due in Halifax on Friday to intercept all the talk about an expansion team coming to the city. Just kidding; he’s totally going to try to get politicians and ...