Ice-fishing opened on Friday February 1st. On Monday February 4th, Stephen Chafe and I decided to head west on the TCH and fish a gully we knew of. It was mid-morning when we hopped in the truck, stopped for a java and headed out.
Jason Snelgrove counts himself a lucky man. Not only is he off on paternity leave from a teaching job in Labrador and celebrating the birth of his family’s second child, the break from school work means he is able to spend that time back in the Goulds pursuing his other passion, coaching the St. Kevin’s High School Mavericks hockey team.
Businesses along the Southern Shore will soon be offered the chance to advertise on new signage being installed along the highway, in communities and at the trail heads of the East Coast Trail, specifically those who cater to tourism during peak visiting season.
Last Monday marked the official beginning of the new year for the town of Bay Bulls’ town council, and the agenda during the public council meeting reflected a beginning of innovative ideas and some status-quo.
While most people are planning to spend the holiday season with family and friends, Jaime Ryan, the owner of The Sweet Newfie Shop in Mount Pearl, plans to make Michelle Morgan’s wish list come true. Just like she has for other families in Christmas’s past.
Scoring results in more enjoyment and more wins at every level of hockey. The importance of effectively shooting the puck and efficiently creating offence increases as players face more skilled defenders and goaltenders.
For two Trepassey residents, the land that surrounds them has become more than a place to call home - it has become an opportunity to document and share the local natural wonders with the rest of the world.
Despite a slow start, the Puglisevich Southern Shore Senior Breakers are still holding their own in the Newfoundland Senior Hockey League this season and are looking to make a run in the standings in the New Year.
The Department of Fisheries and Land Resources, Fish and Wildlife Enforcement, is seeking the public’s assistance related to incidents involving the alleged killing of a moose in the Town of Stephenville and a caribou near the community of St. Shott’s.
At age 92, Fr. Greg Hogan is likely the oldest person in Newfoundland to publish his first book, in this care a collection of Christmas poems composed over the past quarter century since he took “early retirement” in his mid-60’s due to bladder cancer.
Despite the popular perception that Ferryland's Colony of Avalon archaeological foundation is surviving on government grants, the truth is that the operation gets most of its money from its own sources. That was the key message delivered by the foundation's chairman earlier this month at the group's annual general meeting.
The Town of Witless Bay is finally moving to settle its remaining bill with Dexter Construction for the work done on Southside Track last year, but it ended up deciding by accident how much of it it will pay.
I am writing to expand on the article titled “BBBAA’s dispute with council nears the boiling point,” in the Irish Loop Post November 15, 2018 to articulate the value that an organization like the BBBAA brings to our region.