Monthly Archives: September 2005

CyberSticks ‘n Stones: Words Really Can Hurt!The District Education Council of School District 16 Invites Parents and Community Members To:CyberSticks ‘n Stones: Words Really Can Hurt! Monday, October 3th, 2005School District 16 is recognized as a leader in promoting the use of technology for the education of students. As part of its mandate to use… Read more »

Moose on the LooseHere’s a photo for the moose hunters who may not have spotted a moose this past weekend. This picture of a moose was sent to us by Gloria Gallant. It was taken on Sept. 4, 2005 in her son’s (Jody) yard in Douglastown. It is a young bull about 1 1/2 years… Read more »

Pumpkin Party Historic Water Street Business District wants everyone to know the Pumpkin Party is still on! The Pumpkin Party with Ollie & the Pie Knockers and the opening ceremonies are still a go at 6:30 p.m. tonight, Friday Sept. 23, at Waterford Green. Be sure to let everyone know the party is still on.… Read more »

Listen Live on Mighty Miramichi! The radio streaming feature is back on the Mighty Miramichi homepage allowing you to listen to Life Radio, The Positive Voice for the Miramichi, from your computer. Just go to the home page and click on the Listen Live banner as indicated above. Even if you are outside of… Read more »

Darlene’s Tea House and Family Restaurant There’s nothing like the smell of toasted homemade brown bread (with raisins) to put you in a good mood. I dropped into one of my most favourite places this morning, Darlene’s Tea House & Family Restaurant. After much demand from customers and friends, Darlene has opened her restaurant once… Read more »

Eel Ground in Bloom Winners Announced The winners of the 2005 Eel Ground contest were announced by Percy Barnaby, President of Abenaki Associates, the Eel Ground – based company which sponsored the first annual contest in memory of Madeline Bernard, Mr. Barnaby’s Grandmother.The winners are: Best Overall Garden, Darlene Francis of 102 Francis Road; Best… Read more »

Meet Tiger. He’s 7 years old, a solid 20 lbs, 100% bad attitude… and perfectly rectangular! Read more »

In the blink of an eye, cars on highways collide in symphonies of twisting metal, as drivers disappear behind the wheel. Planes tear through the sky, millions vanish, and humanity cries out in fear. The Left Behind dramatic audio series comes to Life – on the Life radio Network beginning this Sunday September 18th at… Read more »

The Second Annual Model Train Show in Miramichi happens this weekend Saturday, September 17th from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the Chatham Lions Club, 55 Cunard Street. Presented by Miramichi Crime Stoppers and the Chatham Lions Club, general admission is $3, $2 for students, and children under the age of 12 (accompanied by an… Read more »

“The Man at the Mouth” to be Inducted into Salmon Hall of Fame The Atlantic Salmon Museum, Doaktown, NB, will host its 2005 Hall of Fame Dinner on Friday, September 30th, at 6:30 p.m., in the River Room of the Museum. The 2005 Inductees will be: Oran & Esther Clowater (deceased) originally of Doaktown, NB,… Read more »

HURRICANE KATRINA FUNDRAISER 8 hours of non stop musicHosted by Susan Butler Saturday, September 17, 2005 – 1pm – 8pmDouglastown Community Hall Sponsored by the City of Miramichi, Newcastle Printing, Miramichi Leader, 99.3 The River, Millbank Music/ Irving Keyboard FeaturingNew Creation – Gillis Family – Bob McCallum – Joey Dignam – Becky Butcher – Matilda… Read more »

A boat docked in a tiny Mexican village. An American tourist complimented the Mexican fisherman on the quality of his fish and asked how long it took him to catch them. “Not very long,” answered the Mexican. “But then, why didn’t you stay out longer and catch more?” asked the American. The Mexican explained that… Read more »

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