Devastation, distinction: Battle of Beaumont-Hamel is etched in ...
ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
The psychology of war in Atlantic Canada: war wounds beyond the ...
Letters To Santa
Motorists advised of caribou on Northern Peninsula roads
Memorial fund will honour Keith Hendry, help kids
Muskrat Falls project review was limited: risk expert
Plane in emergency landing could leave Stephenville today
Sweet beginnings of the festive season in Corner Brook
The Central Voice
Figure skating has always been Caylie Blake's biggest passion in life
From street hockey in Herring Neck to a gold medal in Bermuda
Waterford Valley High Warriors capture Elwood High Invitational boys basketball tournament crown
Elwood Invitational basketball tournament gets underway with win for host team
Corner Brook's Nathan Barker selected as Memorial University of Newfoundland Sea-Hawks' male athlete of the week
Erica Summers one of four Corner Brook residents taking part in today’s 50-kilometre East Coast Trail Ultra Marathon
Erica Summers enjoys challenging herself, every year, to do something different. Running a 50-kilometre race today in St. John’s certainly qualifies as something different for most people. “The biggest thing would be to pace ...
Western Hawks club offering basketball to wide range of kids
A decision by Corner Brook Intermediate to cut secondary boys and girls basketball teams due to limited resources has opened the door for another hoops club in the city. The Western Wolves already held its inaugural session last Sunday, and now ...
Mexico native Sarah Melendez heads to her first Volleyfest with Corner Brook Regional High Titans
Snow fell in Corner Brook earlier this week, met with a collective groan from many city residents. Sarah Melendez was not among that group. “I was so excited,” she said, smiling. “This is my first time with snow.” The ...
Humber Valley Basketball Club would like to offer opportunities to more kids, but lack the necessary resources this year: Snow
There’s an old saying about the best-laid plans and how they sometimes aren’t as successful as hoped. That’s how Humber Valley Basketball Club co-founder Jonathan Snow feels about the current situation for young enthusiasts of ...
Western Wolves basketball club pleased with initial turnout
A new open basketball club aimed at Grade-7 aged boys held its first session at the Corner Brook Civic Centre Studio on Sunday evening and organizer Lorilee Sharpe said it felt like an early success. According to Sharpe, 18 boys were in attendance ...
Former professional volleyball player helping shape Gander athletes
GANDER, N.L. In a come full circle fashion, Max Burt is back to where it all started. The former Gander Collegiate student, turned professional volleyball player, has since retired and has turned his attention toward his old court. Burt, ...
Western Wolves Basketball program incorporate to provide chance for junior high kids to play the game
Lorilee Sharpe feels an opportunity has been taken away from children in the city and is now attempting to create one in its place. That’s why Western Wolves Basketball has been formed, catering — at least at first — to Grade ...
Spaniard’s Bay native preparing for Invictus Games in Australia
A Spaniard’s Bay native is preparing for an exciting trip down under. Mark Vokey, originally from Spaniard’s Bay, has taken on plenty of exciting endeavours throughout his life, and being selected as an athlete for the Invictus Games ...
Corner Brook's Daniel Moores takes home third Special Olympics Male Athlete of the Year honour
There are times his dad Len Moores doesn’t know how Daniel does it. “I’d be nervous as hell,” Moores said. The conversation is on how Daniel has learned to love the competition of Special Olympics over the years, ...
Big win for Grand Falls-Windsor ball hockey player
GRAND FALLS- WINDSOR, N.L. To say that Jeremy Bishop has had an exciting few months is a bit of an understatement. Bishop, 37, who is originally from Grand Falls-Windsor, but had been living in Corner Brook, played in the Canadian ...