Black Duck Cove receives funding for water upgrade
Mental health support group starting in St. Anthony
Plaque in Blanc Sablon to commemorate missing kayaker
Fog horn, lightkeepers still relevant in St. Anthony
Roddickton-Bide Arm Scotiabank branch to close in 2019
William Buckle enjoys summer job and everything that comes with it
St. Anthony man charged with trafficking cannabis
DFO looking to construct breakwater in Mary’s Harbour
Port au Choix welcomes 2.3 km of paving
Malcolm Genge hoping to take his game to another level with Pictou County Weeks Crushers
Goose Cove's Adrian Ward plans on using speed to compensate for size with Yarmouth Mariners
Roddickton’s Spencer Caines chasing the dream at Ontario Hockey Academy
West coast girls will play for province at 2019 Canada Winter Games
Ship Cove native Gavin Tucker returning to the UFC cage after lengthy layoff
World-class achievement for Labrador athlete with St. Anthony ties
Corner Brook’s Elizabeth Penney says running has been a blessing in her battle against depression
If enough stress is placed on an individual, it can tip the balance. That’s what happened to Corner Brook’s Elizabeth Penney after the death of her mom in 2005. “It was the most traumatic experience of my life,” Penney ...
Eleven from this province on QMJHL opening-day rosters
The 2018-19 Quebec Major Junior Hockey League season opened last night with the defending champion Acadie-Bathurst Titan playing host to the Moncton Wildcats. The season kicks into high gear tonight with seven games on the schedule. There are ...
Port au Port native Trent Gaudon embracing chance to wear the Maple Leaf again
Trent Gaudon has a Team Canada jersey and a bronze medal tucked away in a trophy case in his home. The 40-year-old Port au Port native was pretty pumped when he helped Team Canada win that bronze medal with Team Canada in the Masters division at ...
Foam Fest profitable for Marble Mountain
Marble Mountain made a profit of $10,000 as host of the 5K Foam Fest brought to the province by 365 Sports Inc. Tony Abbott, chief operating officer, shared the financial particulars for the ski resort with The Western Star on Thursday ...
Western AAA Peewee Kings back on the ice with a clean slate
The start of a new hockey season at any level always brings with it eternal optimism — the belief that every team is a contender. Even if that team has won just once in the past two years. The Western Kings of the Newfoundland and ...
Season wraps up for Labrador West minor soccer
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA It seems as though it was such a short time ago back in May, when the Labrador West Minor Soccer Association was just gearing up for another season on the soccer pitch. As quick as ...
Western Warriors AAA bantam coach Robert Major hoping to salvage game of hockey for his girls
Robert Major has coached a group of female hockey players from western for the past three years and has enjoyed watching them have fun and compete with the best the province has to offer in the AAA female bantam hockey league. He has hopes there ...
Western bantam AAA Kings make return to provincial hockey circuit
Brad Penney grabbed the bull by the horns when he wanted to see the Western Kings back in the fold of the provincial AAA bantam hockey league after a one-year hiatus. He took over the coaching duties for the Western entry in the four-team setup ...
Mike Russell and Judy Drake earn Grande Meadows Club Championships
FRENCHMAN’S COVE, N.L. NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CANADA The 2018 Grande Meadows Club Championships were held in Frenchman’s Cove Sept. 15-16. Mike Russell fired a round of 77 to capture the Men's Club Championship. It was ...
Don't panic (would-be) Growlers fans, go with the flow
The Newfoundland Growlers begin their first-ever ECHL training camp in 11 days. As of this morning, they have six signed players. But take you finger off the panic button. Suppress that "What the ...!!!" rising in your throat. ...