Mother's Day: Life as two moms
N.L. mother says, ‘My daughter did not want to die’
Mother's Day: Always a mother
Mother's Day: Special time together
Mother's Day: Running for Mom
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: It is (over) written
CINDY DAY: The answer is blowing in the wind
Pasadena firefighters extinguish building blaze that released toxic smoke
West Side Monarchs capture 2018 Corner Brook Men's Soccer League's Kick-Off Cup
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Involvement in youth production Seussical Jr. a fun challenge for musician Jane Perrier
CINDY DAY: Sniffing out the storms
House concert organizers would like to see more people in western Newfoundland open their homes as performance venues
Kate Brown of Gander wins Arts and Letters Award for short story
Joannie Coffin proud to support all aspects of Stephenville Pride community
Joannie Coffin said she will be one person that will have her head held high when she gets to walk across one of the rainbow crosswalks to be painted in Stephenville. She said she will be just as proud then as when she takes part in the Pride ...
Norse scholar Birgitta Wallace receives honorary degree, urges Grenfell Campus graduates to conjure up Viking-like bravery when tackling life
There are a lot of misconceptions about Vikings, but Birgitta Wallace said there are aspects of the commonly held conceptions that university graduates should adhere to. Wallace, a renowned archaeologist, was at the L’Anse aux Meadows site ...
Graduate juggled school and parenting during final year at Corner Brook's Western Regional School of Nursing
Thursday was a pretty exciting day for Ben Anderson, as the New Zealand native graduated from the Western Regional School of Nursing in Corner Brook. But a more exciting day took place back in September, on the first day of his final year, when ...
CINDY DAY: When the weather takes a devilish turn
Earlier this month, someone posted video of a dancing devil spinning its way across a ball diamond. The video went viral. “Dancing devil” is one of many terms used to describe a dust devil; a few of my favourite terms include dirt ...
Bay St. George Bird Society marks World Migratory Bird Day on Saturday
The Bay St. George Bird Society had a turnout of 15 people for World Migratory Bird Day on Saturday, beginning in Stephenville with stops in Stephenville Crossing before heading to Corner Brook to connect with local photographers and members of the ...
Newfoundland musicians aid Roddickton author who lost house
A group of well-known local musicians is banding together next month to help a well-known author who lost his home in a fire. A benefit concert for Earl B. Pilgrim will be held Sunday, June 10 at Wesley United Church on Patrick ...
Artist Paul Summerskill honoured in new exhibit
DURRELL, NL - As of April 26th, the Durrell Museum is home to a new great auk exhibit. The display combines a mural by artist Sarah Stockley with 11 great auk statues that were made by artist Paul Summerskill, a long-time summer resident of ...
CINDY DAY: The low down on high tide
We are surrounded by water. Cindy Day Generations of Atlantic Canadians have fished in it, played in it and admired it, but I wonder how much thought we’ve given to the moon’s influence on it? Of course, we know about the ...
Stewart Payne collecting the stories of Killdevil Camp for new book
A couple of years ago Archbishop Stewart Payne told his own story in the book “Cut From the Cloth of Fogo.” Now he’s looking to share the stories of others from their time spent at the summer camps at Killdevil Camp and ...
Water and fish poop are all Corner Brook Intermediate's science club needs to grow tasty veggies
The science club at Corner Brook Intermediate School knows a thing or two about symbiosis. For the last two years, the club has been working on making its self-built aquaponics system a productive operation. Judging from the sweet-tasting sugar ...