HERE is a sneak peek of what’s in tomorrow’s Muswellbrook Chronicle.
BIG OCCASION: Muswellbrook Rugby Club president Tim Pike (second from right) with Heelers, from left, Ben Hoffman, Brad Smith and Will Harvey, who are primed for tomorrow’s major semi-final at Highbrook Park.
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Planting the idea
LOCAL green thumbs will be delighted to hear plans for a Muswellbrook community garden are growing by the day.
Not end of line just yet
MUSWELLBROOK residents stood united alongside locals from Scone, Aberdeen and Denman at the Save Our Rail rally in Newcastle last week.
Black Coal Cup still smash hit
THE Black Coal Cup battled the elements and the current economic climate but still came out on top at the Muswellbrook Golf Club on Tuesday.
Youth services at your fingertips
THE search for information about youth services in the Upper Hunter has been simplified thanks to a collaborative effort between Muswellbrook Shire Council, Upper Hunter Community Services (UHCS) and BHP Billiton Mt Arthur Coal.
George Smith rolls up his sleeves to lend a hand
DURING the recent National Blood Donor Week, Red Cross encouraged people to donate blood. However, it was also a great time to also acknowledge those who have been dedicated to donation for decades.
Supporters will lift Denman Devils
TOUGH-as-teak Denman Devils forward Ben Hagan believes a big support base will lift the side in Sunday’s Hunter Valley Group 21 grand final.
Juniors flying Muswellbrook flag
THE Muswellbrook Rams under-18s will fly the local flag for the club in this weekend’s Hunter Valley Group 21 grand finals.
It’s all or nothing: Heelers
IT’S what local rugby dreams are made of. Tomorrow, at Highbrook Park, neighbouring clubs Muswellbrook Heelers and Singleton Bulls go head-to head in not one, but two, major semi-finals.
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