Wintertainment continues

Updated at 16:15 - Clarenville’s winter carnival — Wintertainment — continues this week with several events through the weekend.

Making her mark

Updated on February 05, 2016 - Kim Miller had a restless sleep on a recent Thursday night.

"He's an inspiration"

Updated on February 05, 2016 - If you want to find someone that is passionate about what they do go to room 124 at the College of the North Atlantic in Clarenville.

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Rotarians learn about aging

Updated on February 04, 2016 - Recently Leo Bonnell, chairman of the Provincial Advisory Council on Aging and Seniors and Vice-Chair of the Random Age-Friendly Communities Board, was the guest...

Local

CRTC reviewing Internet services

Updated on February 04, 2016 - The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is asking Canadians to share their views on the...

Local

Regional

Dump truck falls off ferry

Updated at 20:43 - The Department of Transportation and Works has confirmed that a dump truck aboard the MV Capt. Earl W. Winsor went into the water at Change Island Monday evening while the ferry was unloading. "There were no injuries and the appropriate agencies....

Regional

Sports

Cats take first blood Photo

Updated on February 07, 2016 - The Gander Flyers and the Grand Falls Cataracts took each other head on at the Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium Saturday in a night of...

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Sports

Business

Beer distributor closing in Stephenville

Updated on February 03, 2016 - The Bay St. George Chamber of Commerce wants Molson Coors Canada’s assurances there will be no downgrading of services to the area with the closure of its distribution centre in Stephenville..

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Business

Living

Bringing words alive

Updated at 10:13 - Ed Power’s song “Our Newfoundland Home” has been recorded by other musicians including Bugs and Debbie Greene..

Photo

Wonderful food, changing scenery Photo

Updated at 08:27 - Wild, pink trout from Newfoundland’s own streams and ponds. This rare treat led a list of fish dishes offered passengers for their...

Wedding days to the ECMAs

Updated on February 03, 2016 - It's been a great year for Devin Sooley in terms of music award nominations. He was nominated for a MusicNL award last fall, and is...

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Living

Opinion

Thank you from the ALS community  

Updated on February 04, 2016 - At the outset, I want to issue my most sincere thanks to Boonie Lethbridge for initiating what has become a major success story....

Something to be very proud of  

Updated on February 04, 2016 - With the events of the last week in Spaniard’s Bay making nation-wide headlines, the popular identity of Newfoundlanders and...

One man’s beard

Updated on February 04, 2016 - Because one man had first-hand knowledge of ALS - three letters that change people’s lives ... forever — and because he has a...

Reverse engines

Updated on February 04, 2016 - We’ve wrung our hands long enough. Time to cut up the credit cards and get ready for hard times.

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Opinion

Community

Winter-taining activities

Updated on February 02, 2016 - In the middle of the cold, dark winter, sometimes it’s impossible to avoid the seasonal blues..

Helping Rebecca

Updated on January 29, 2016 - Rebecca Blackmore of Sunnyside said it's difficult to express her thanks to the people who have banded together to ensure she has...

Random age friendly

Updated on January 22, 2016 - After one year of operation, it became evident to the governing committee for Clarenville Region Extended Seniors’ Transportation...

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Remembering TA Lench

Updated on January 27, 2016 - Gerald Penney and Gerri (nee Hogan) Freeborn, Port Union graduates (1968-69) of T.A. Lench Memorial, recently presented a 14 x 24"...

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Having fun still the name of the game

Updated on January 21, 2016 - Gooseberry Cove Pond was a sight from our childhood on Saturday afternoon as the car rolled slowly downhill by the Anglican Church

Community

Autos

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