Cannabis rules: what to expect in Newfoundland and Labrador
A Packet of past — Looking back at the stories that made the headlines
Community Calendar With Sarah Burton
Book ReMarks: Tales From the Past
The Food Dude — Pulverizing the puff pastry pet peeve
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CINDY DAY: Weekend showers - wet and celestial
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Rebecca Russell leaving Clarenville Caribous bench
Western Wolves Basketball program incorporate to provide chance for junior high kids to play the game
Lewis and Law earn top times at Trapline
Clowe wants more bite to Growlers' game
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Corner Brook Royals hold first open tryout of the year
The Corner Brook Royals organization held its first open tryout of the year on Tuesday night at the Corner Brook Civic Centre. The second tryout will go Thursday from 9-11 p.m., with more following on Oct. 23 and Oct. 30 from 9:30-11 p.m. ...
Athlete of the Year Special Olympian Samantha Walsh dedicated to sports
Samantha Walsh said being recognized as the Special Olympics Provincial Female Athlete of the Year this past weekend made her feel “excited and happy.” The 16-year-old daughter of Sheila Walsh was presented with her award when she ...
FootballNL eyeing Burin Peninsula for expansion
MARYSTOWN, N.L. St. Lawrence native Jason Pike and fellow Burin Peninsula native Brian Hillier of Grand Bank are looking to expand on the football program started by FootballNL. Currently there are three teams playing in the Avalon ...
Five female players represent Clarenville-Bonavista area on Team NL
MONCTON, N.B. Five young athletes scored spots on provincial hockey teams, and saw action at the Atlantics in New Brunswick this past week, not to mention the Canada Games in Alberta in February. Goalie Rachel Dean represented the ...
Marlins look back on successful swim season
MARYSTOWN, N.L. The Marystown Marlins Swim Team recently concluded a successful summer season. The team, consisting of 62 junior and senior swimmers, participated in two invitational meets and hosted their own meet here at the Marystown ...
Growlers off and running
Opening weekend, and all the anticipation and hoopla that came with it, is in the books and now the Newfoundland Growlers can focus on the remainder of this, their inaugural season in the ECHL. The Growlers earned a weekend split with the Florida ...
Marble Mountain skiers fill out province’s alpine ski team for 2019 Canada Winter Games
Travelling long distances to carve up slopes throughout Atlantic Canada was a commitment budding alpine skiers in this province had to make if they wanted to find out where they stack up. That commitment has paid off for a group of athletes who ...
No ice available for Western AAA peewee Kings
Western AAA Peewee Kings coach Gerard Morry isn’t one to make a fuss over available ice time, he’s just grateful his team has a place to call home. “Gros Morne Arena is our home site for home games,” he said. His ...
Noah Blanchard and AAA peewee Kings look to build on success of kickoff tournament with trio of games this weekend in Rocky Harbour
With seemingly a smorgasbord to choose from, Pittsburgh Penguins fan Noah Blanchard somehow doesn’t have a favourite NHL player. Maybe it’s too hard to pick just one on a roster that deep, or perhaps he’s too busy concentrating ...
Deer Lake’s Jolena Gillard enjoying life as a Panther in her quest to be her best
She never had to cook any meals. She never had to do her own laundry. She admits to being somewhat spoiled by her parents and never did without anything within reason. Jolena Gillard She will miss watching her seven-year-old brother ...