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CHS on the hunt for a new principal

Cobar High School (CHS) farewelled principal Safija Bristina last week at the end of Term 1. Ms Bristina has taken up a tenure as the principal of Forbes High School. The director of Public Schools NSW, Charles Dwyer, informed the school community of the change of leadership for CHS last […]

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Nymagee’s soldiers

The Nymagee Progress Association has been working on a project that will honour their local service men and women who served in both world wars. An honour roll with 21 names from those who served in World War I and 30 more from World War II is to be officially […]

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CATS celebrate season’s best

The Cobar Athletics & Triathlon Squad (CATS) club’s celebrated the end of their 2017/2018 season on Friday night at the Golfie. It was a quiet night with a number of the award winners out of town due to the school holidays, including Scott Brown, who was the Male Triathlete of […]

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Jacobson couldn’t put a foot wrong

Bianka Jacobson couldn’t put a foot wrong in her Mixed Indoor Soccer game last Wednesday night at the youth centre. Jacobson was unstoppable in front of the goal and netted five goals to contribute 10 points (female goals are worth double points) to her Man Chest Hair United (MCHU) team’s […]

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Baldi’s employees come back for reunion

For 37 years the Baldi family owned and operated a very successful supermarket in Cobar that provided employment for more than 70 people. Many of the Baldi Supermarket’s former employees gathered for a reunion on Saturday night at the Cobar Bowling & Golf Club. Reunion organiser and former employee, Janice […]