Iceberg watch in Fleur de Lys
Baie Verte man facing kidnapping charges in Alberta
Baie Verte’s Wilma Hennebury has donated 30 quilts to Ronald McDonald House
Julie Coombs of Springdale receives High School Volunteer Award
Springdale's Mikayla Tuck recognized for leadership and contributions to school and community
Celebrating Canada Day in Baie Verte
Springdale celebrates Canada Day
Former high school a good fit for Baie Verte community centre: consultant
New Beaver Scout Colony coming to Baie Verte this September
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Russell Wangersky: Of peace, calm and other elusive things
Thom Barker: The undocumented features of living in the north
DAVE WHITE: The Bay of Islands shores come to life in July and August
GRENFELL MATTERS: Trumpeting the makerspace
Russell Wangersky: The talk at the general store is the same, but different
Thom Barker: Civilization stinks: Or how I spent my summer vacation
Civilization stinks. I mean that in the literal sense. As soon as I got outside the airport in Ottawa, the air assaulted my vomeronasal organ with the omnipresent odour of motor vehicle exhaust mingled with faint notes of garbage and the ...
DAVE WHITE: On the trail of free fish, fun, and wile coyotes
Given of lifestyle changes already gaining ground in the wild west of Newfoundland, Mother Nature yet reclaims its own from time to time. The aftermath of January's floods and landslides here now limits motor access through cabin country in the ...
GRENFELL MATTERS: Life under the ice
Although summer has officially arrived in Newfoundland, snow and ice are never far from our minds. Ever wonder what is going on in a lake in winter? This past semester, like every winter semester for about the last 20, students in Grenfell’s ...
Russell Wangersky: Embracing your physical side
The light is going now, and I’m upstairs looking at how the maple leaves have come out on all the trees now. And I’m listening to B.B. King singing “I’ll Survive,” the notes climbing and falling on the ...
Steve Bartlett: To the teachers who go the extra mile
The final week of school takes me back to Grade 9 and a year-end wood-working project. It was for industrial arts, a required course not meant for me. I was then, and I remain, Canada’s least-handiest person. The ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: Reflecting on a year
It is the Sacred Heart Elementary sports day and Jubilee Field in Corner Brook is a melting pot of energy. Students are amassed in the bleachers behind home plate, hanging from the bars in both dugouts, along both foul lines and even in the space ...
Rebecca Smith: Saying goodbye to school sports
There will come a time in your life when the final buzzer rings, when battle wounds fade and scars remain, when you no longer have to face that dreaded morning grind. There comes a time in every student athlete’s life when they have to hang up ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Failing the refugee test
Think of it as a trial run. Or maybe as a test — that we’re failing. But one thing’s for sure — it’s only the warm up. Because warming up is going to be an even bigger test. Right now, the Western World is ...
NICHOLAS MERCER: Be prepared —?Cyril Goodyear offers survival tips for newbies
The Boy Scouts have a motto: "Be prepared." It is simple and to the point in its message, and covers everything young children are taught through the scouting movement. Now, 92-year-old Cyril Goodyear might not have been a boy scout ...
DAVE WHITE: Enough with the waste
For some, environmental awareness and social responsibility hasn't really sunk in among individuals who seemingly care less or, are just generally careless and inadequately sensitive to realities of the modern age. Even after costly springtime ...