Burin Peninsula native recalls war-time service
Devastation, distinction: Battle of Beaumont-Hamel is etched in ...
ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
Letters to Santa
Worneta Cramm has been with the Deer Lake Public Library from its start
Pasadena schools do filter drinking water, district says
NICHOLAS MERCER: Comparing a Christmas
Tourism group open to working with Stephenville on strategic planning
Coach Jonathan Snow enjoys helping young athletes develop on and off ...
Top St. Anthony swimmers receive awards
Mealy Mountain Collegiate hosts provincial track meet
Corner Brook's George Alteen offers friendly learning environment for Brazilian jiu-jitsu
Corner Brook's Ron Mercer wants young players to experience riding on Blue Baron
Corner Brook resident Liz Companion trying to get women playing hockey
Springdale's Lawrence Downey tries to popularize table tennis on west coast
Gander powerlifter medals twice in Costa Rica
GANDER, N.L. A Gander veteran has brought home two medals from an international powerlifting competition. On Oct. 26 Robert Glen (Rob) Dyke competed in the North American Powerlifting Federation (NAPF) Pan-American Bench Press Championships ...
Rocky Harbour's Nathan Ellsworth happy to be back in the game again
When something you love goes missing for a period of time, there’s a certain amount of gratefulness when it returns. Nathan Ellsworth spent three years playing competitive hockey with the St. Stephen County Aces of the Maritime Hockey League ...
Corner Brook Intermediate Grade 9 girls capture Tier 1 title in 15U female regional west volleyball championships
The host Corner Brook Intermediate Grade 9 girls captured the Tier 1 title in 15U female regional west volleyball championships. The 9s downed the Grade 8 Corner Brook Intermediate girls 25-12, 21-25, 15-12 in the championship match. Leo Burke ...
Josephine Snooks-Pearcey giving back to her community as a 'Royal' volunteer
There is a familiar face with a big smile sitting at a table on the main course selling tickets on steaks at every home game for the Corner Brook Royals. Josephine Snooks-Pearcey will tell you she has no idea why hockey became one of her favourite ...
Local biathletes will wear provincial colours at Canada Winter Games
Newfoundland and Labrador’s biathlon squad for the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alta. is comprised of six athletes from the west coast. Stephenville’s Jesse Byrne, Sam Parsons and Claire St. Croix will join Corner ...
St. Anthony hosts 30th annual Remembrance Day Hockey Tournament
The St. Anthony Polar Centre hosted its first big tournament of the hockey season this past weekend. The 30th annual Remembrance Day Hockey Tournament was held Nov. 9-11. Teams from St. Anthony, Goose Cove, the Straits area and Torbay ...
Corner Brook's Daniel Bruce welcomes new member to the curling fold
Hitting golf balls on the fairway on a sunny summer day or throwing stones in cold rinks during the winter months is a lifestyle Daniel Bruce is enjoying to the fullest. The 19-year-old Corner Brook native could only wish it lasts forever, but the ...
Deer Lake's Thomas Chaulk focused on making his last shot count
Thomas Chaulk figures he has one more shot at making his dream come to fruition. He is determined to give the right people a reason to take notice at this critical stage. After all, Chaulk is chasing something dear to his heart. Related ...
Former Quebec junior hockey star Kurt Etchegary suiting up for Corner Brook Royals
Kurt Etchegary had so many serious injuries during his Quebec Major Junior Hockey League career that he had to give up on his hockey dreams at age 21. He had the pleasure of playing four years with the Quebec Remparts, his first two years under ...
Figure skating has always been Caylie Blake's biggest passion in life
In a world where young athletes usually like to try a number of different sports, Caylie Blake has never been swayed away from the rink, where she loved to spin and jump in the cold air. The 16-year-old Corner Brook native is the only figure ...