Wabush budget to be presented Jan. 29
End of an era in Labrador West?
Provinces Minor Hockey Week kicked off in Wabush Jan. 12
Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
Remembering former Nunatsiavut Government representative Trudy ...
Best of the West: Rahel Porter
Liberals move to earlier water and wastewater tendering
Labrador West Pioneers: Gordon and Stella Avery
Labrador West Steelworkers spread Christmas cheer with donations
Perseverance pays off for Corner Brook speed skater Sarah Graham
Tricentia Academy claim volleyball title at Clarenville tournament
Newfoundland's Canada Winter Games nordic skiers ready to promote the place they love in Red Deer
Dave LaRose excited to see fat bike riding introduced at Blow Me Down Trails
Corner Brook’s Nathan King picks up the guitar when he gets free time from a hectic grind
Corner Brook’s Finton Gaudette offering snow volleyball to the community
Even in friendly games with old pals, Steve Cave remains a competitor on the basketball court
There hasn’t been a local men’s league in the city since 2013, but Steve Cave and his old high school basketball buddies still get together for a game or two every Sunday night. Many of them have been teammates for almost 30 years, but ...
Memorial men's basketball team third in holiday tourney at Halifax
he Memorial Sea-Hawks men’s basketball team is in the midst of a six-week in its 2018-19 Atlantic University Sport schedule. But that doesn’t mean the Sea-Hawks have been idle over the exam/holiday break. Memorial got 22 points from ...
Nordic skiers on west coast embrace early start to winter
Blow Me Down Trails had its first skier hit the snow on Oct. 27 and it was the earliest start to a season since 1996, according to general manager Shawn Leamon. There hasn’t been continuous skiing since Oct. 27, but there has been a beehive ...
Volleyball coach Nathan Wareham wants to see his athletes aim higher and higher
Part 3 in a 4-part series Nathan Wareham feels he could’ve veered off in an entirely different direction when he was younger, if not for the support of teachers and coaches that kept him on a positive path. His current position as one ...
Holy Heart teams ranked No. 1 for Elite Eight high school basketball tournament
The Newfoundland and Labrador Basketball Association has released it first set of rankings for the 2019 Hall of Fame Cup (Elite Eight) high school championship. Teams from Holy Heart of Mary High School in St. John’s are top seeds in both ...
Corner Brook Intermediate 8s capture 14U female regional west volleyball gold
The Corner Brook Intermediate 8s earned gold at the 14U female regional west volleyball tournament over the weekend. The Corner Brook squad downed St. James Regional High of Port aux Basques in the final, taking two straight sets by scores of ...
Corner Brook’s Aaron Flood focused on giving Canada Games athletes a great experience in Red Deer
Aaron Flood watched his dad shake hands with then-premier Roger Grimes during the opening ceremonies of the 1995 Canada Winter Games in Grande Prairie, Alta. He thought it was cool that his dad — Ed Flood — was a member of the mission ...
Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis looks for good vibes and a fresh start with the St. John's Edge
The St. John’s Edge jersey that Glen Davis held up for the cameras Thursday bore the number ‘0'. The former National Basketball Association star nicknamed "Big Baby" says it’s one indication that he’s ...
Stephenville’s Raleigh Bennett stays on top of schoolwork so she can enjoy sports
Raleigh Bennett has fun scoring baskets for her school’s basketball team. She loves to push her body to the limit in cross-country running. She shoots around the puck in the Stephenville minor hockey system during the cold winter ...
St. John's Edge officially introduce Glen 'Big Baby' Davis, their new centre of attention
The St. John's Edge made it official Thursday, signing former NBA star centre Glen "Big Baby" Davis to a National Basketball League of Canada contract. Even though he only arrived in St. John's late Wednesday night, will get in ...