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Celebrating 53 years of firefighting in Peterview
Stitching in the Love - Grand Falls-Windsor quilters make blankets for Humboldt
25th annual Exploits Regional Chamber of Commerce Trade Show in the books
Corner Brook's Christopher Leroy lone west coaster making the trip to volleyball nationals with Eastern Impact
Frank Foo the recipient of Joe Mullins Lifetime Achievement Award
Rugby organizer Steve Bennett says sport is among the safest after player dies from head injury playing the game
Running has become a big part of Melanie Mercer’s plan to be at the top of her fitness game
Newfoundland and Labrador Basketball Association seeking coaches
Thirty-five years in the making, judoka Jason Bolton upgraded from brown to black belt
Aches and pains from two shoulder surgeries. Wonky knees from four knee surgeries. Personal shame from an embarrassing chapter that forced him to walk away from the sport at one point. It’s been an interesting journey, 35 years in the ...
Stephenville's Sam Walsh training in preparation for National Special Olympics track and field meet
Sam Walsh takes instruction from Rosemary Ryan-Forsey, provincial track and field Special Olympics head coach, in preparation for going to the National Special Olympics track and field meet at St. Francis Xavier University at the end of July. At ...
Rowing club will start season in Brake's Cove, but new venue could be used for the regatta
There won’t be a new venue for rowers to start the season, but the local rowing club hasn’t ruled out introducing a new one before the season culminates. The Humber Valley Rowing Club, under president Jeff Griffin, had been looking at ...
Fundraising is in the cards for Sport NL
Sport Newfoundland and Labrador has launched the province’s first online lottery that promises to make amateur sport in the province a big winner. The Great Sports Chase, offering 12 weeks of draws, started Wednesday with the first draw ...
Botwood Kinsmen host zone dart tournament
BOTWOOD, N.L. – The Kinsmen Club of Botwood once again played host for the annual Kinsmen Zone Dart Tournament April 28. With members from Bridgeport and area, Green Bay area and Botwood coming together, 28 players (26 men and two women) ...
Corner Brook bowlers earn right to represent province at national bowling tournament
It was supposed to be a road trip all about having fun with some of her bowling buddies with no high expectations, but it turned into an amazing weekend where a trip to Edmonton to bowl on the national stage would come to fruition. Tiffany ...
Hare Bay Mustangs end successful season with meaning
HARE BAY, NL – The William Mercer Academy Mustangs volleyball team’s hard work paid off after a successful season, in which they took home six golds and two silvers from nine tournaments. Despite all the success, including gold in the ...
Bazinga takes Tier 1 volleyball title in Grand Falls-Windsor ladies league
Grand Falls-Windsor, N.L. – Bazinga faced some early adversity, but defeated a very game B Squad 26-28, 25-11, 15-10 on Saturday to claim the Tier 1 title in the Grand Falls-Windsor Ladies Volleyball League. B Squad dominated the early going ...
Growth spurt - Grand Falls-Windsor Men’s Ball Hockey Association seeing growing interest
Grand Falls-Windsor, N.L. – The Grand Falls-Windsor Men’s Ball Hockey League has certainly seen its fair share of growth since starting up three years ago. As Lindsy Wiseman remembers, the league started with three teams and a few ...
Rosie Ryan of Kippens named an associate coach with Special Olympics Team Canada for World Summer Games
For 13 years now, Rosie Ryan has worked with Special Olympians in the Bay St. George area because she finds the athletes intriguing to coach and rewarding to know. Someone was clearly paying attention to her efforts, as Special Olympics ...