Saturday Jun 15
Stein wants street markings tendered earlier
Very little remains of the crosswalk markings at the intersection of Queen Street and Prince Rupert Drive in front of Stephenville Middle School.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Less debris ... higher hopes
A group of cadets who conducted a cleanup of the former W.E. Care Trail in Stephenville on Wednesday were pleasantly surprised at how small an amount of garbage they collected.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Enegi Oil, Black Spruce team up for multi-well program
STEPHENVILLE Enegi Oil Plc has signed a Letter of Intent with Black Spruce Exploration Corp. for the development of Enegi's lease and licence in western Newfoundland.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Rash of thefts from vehicles in Stephenville
"These are crimes of opportunity. They're just running up to the vehicles, and if it's locked they're moving on to the next one."
Vandals target Newfoundland Power property
Newfoundland Power is asking the general public to be on the lookout for people vandalizing the province's electricity system.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Alleged counterfeiter arrested in Stephenville
RCMP Const. Dave Cooke said the police received multiple complaints from businesses in the community about fake $20 bills coming through their stores.
Fri May 31, 2013
Islanders heads Co-Op Atlantic
Other members on the new executive board are Wayne Lee, Stephenville, NL, first vice president, and AdA©lard Cormier, St.
Former city councillor in Saint John, N.B., faces sex charges in Newfoundland
The former city councillor in Saint John, N.B., who pleaded guilty to charges of sexual assault and child pornography faces more charges in Newfoundland.
Counterfeit $20 bills being passed around Stephenville
"It appears that two sides have been taped together, or put together with some sort of adhesive.
Thu May 30, 2013
Great-grandson proud to play Mattie Mitchell
Alonzo Rumbolt played his great-grandfather Mattie Mitchell in a film created by the College of the North Atlantic's film and production class.
Frances Peddle celebrated her 107th birthday in Stephenville Crossing on Wednesday.
STEPHENVILLE CROSSING For Frances Peddle, who celebrated her 107th birthday on Wednesday, the secret to longevity is simply "hard work." Born Frances Harnum in Green Harbour, Trinity Bay, she eventually made her way to western Newfoundland where she worked as a cleaner at Bowaters Mill in Corner Brook.
Tue May 28, 2013
CNA students make film about Mi'kmaq legend
College of the North Atlantic students were in Gros Morne park last week shooting a film about Mi'kmaq prospector Matty Mitchell.
Bolting inmate recaptured in Corner Brook
Even though he was under police escort at Western Memorial Regional Hospital, Gould managed to run away while he was waiting to be seen.
Tue May 21, 2013
Surprised and honoured
Highland bagpiper Andrew Patten, son of David Patten and Debbie Brake-Patten of Kippens, has been invited to attend the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo in Halifax from June 14 to July 8. Warrant Officer Patten is a member of the 2904 Cambrai... KIPPENS Self-taught Highland bagpiper Andrew Patten of Kippens will be among the strongest cadet ... (more)