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Ark Animal Sanctuary Begins Rebuilding Effort

| November 17, 2014

“We continue to hit bumps in the road but we’re not going to give up we’re just going to keep pushing forward and every bump that we hit it’s a learning curve for us and someday we’ll just reach it and we’ll be in a comfortable spot,” said Lorraine Monfils, president of the Ark Animal […]

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Millville is Bouncing Back

| October 16, 2014

Millville, New Brunswick – Fire may have taken the Millville town hall and fire station, but that doesn’t mean the people have lost any of their spirit. In fact Chief Justin McGuigan says that there is a silver lining to what happened, “Its giving us a lot of positive interactions a lot of opportunities to […]

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More Suspicious Fires

| September 25, 2014

This is what is left of the Anglican Church in Edmundston. The church burned down under suspicious circumstances saturday morning. One local parishioner remembers his first visit to the church fondly. “I was five years old, and he said oh we will park in front of the church and we will see the parade. That […]

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Fire Stations Thank Community for Support After Fires

| August 28, 2014

“It’s been quite a roller coaster ride really,” said Nackawic fire chief William Hopkins. From grief to gratitude…the fire chiefs in both Nackawic and Millville are thankful for an overwhelming amount of support after two devastating fires. “People have been outrageously good to us and we’re appreciative,” said Millville fire chief Justin McGuigan. It’s been […]

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Man Drives Truck Into Nackawic Fire Hall, Damages Building and Equipment

| July 21, 2014

Richard Barrow has fought fires with the Nackawic Fire Department for forty years. In all that time he has never¬†battled one like he did Monday¬†morning. “On our our own house it’s a different story altogether. Just devastating to come down here and see that,” he said. Nackawic Fire Chief William Hopkins says it was around […]

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