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  • Learning an old art

    Since last spring, Grades 4-6 students at Glovertown Academy have been taking part in a lunchtime fly tying program. Cynthia Mitchell has been ...

  • Carving a future

    Ford, who works with the Community Sector Council, was at the Lion’s Den on Nov. 12 to talk about the importance of volunteering and how it can ...

  • Sink or swim

    Tina Gibbons, executive director of the Cape Freels Development Association, said the previously bleak outlook has changed thanks to the ...

  • Cause and effect

    Gander Mayor Claude Elliott said the town has recognized vulnerable areas of the community’s infrastructure and is moving forward with new ...

  • Clutching an invention

    Waterman and Martin, originally from Gander, have been working diligently over the last three years to develop and market the Voye Clutch, a ...

  • Breaking barriers

    Earlier this fall the town installed barriers at a series of interconnecting trails in the Yeager Street and Magee Road area to prevent off-road ...

  • Trading skills

    More than 150 students gathered on Nov. 5 at the College of the North Atlantic (CNA) in Gander to take part in a Skills Work for Women ...

  • A day of remembrance

    The ceremony was held at the Gander Heritage Memorial Park, formerly the Cenotaph site. Check back to the website for more photos and videos of ...

  • Red Ribbon reception

    Moller was at Cobb’s Pond last week for the launch of the Red Ribbon campaign. The Mothers Against Drunk Driving initiative aims to remind people ...

  • Assessing the needs

    Re/fact Consulting held a series of meetings on behalf of the town to determine where and what the community needs when it comes to affordable ...