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A motorist drove away from a collision with a moose Thursday morning, but he wasn't able to make it past the Holyrood RCMP.
Gail Paul was a commission salesperson at the Sears store in Corner Brook, until it closed Oct. 1, leaving the future of her severance and pension up in the air.
The headquarters for the province's Crown Lands divison has moved from St. John's to Corner Brook, but only a fraction of the employees affected made the transfer.
Crown attorneys have decided to drop a second-degree murder charge against a man accused of killing a home intruder.
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Thursday October 12, 2017
Audio A fire in Corner Brook this week points out the importance of fire safety for apartment dwellers
Firefighters in Corner Brook rescued four people and two dogs trapped by a house fire this week. Deputy Fire Chief Craig Harnum says the incident points out the need for residents and property owners to take precautions against apartment fires.
Thursday October 05, 2017
A Corner Brook business wanted to cover up Lauchie McDougall's mural that was painted 20 years ago, but they are having a change of heart. Gary Moore speaks with Chad Anstey, the artist.
Wednesday October 04, 2017
Audio Corner Brook's Downtown Business Association is working on helping to save the Lauchie McDougall mural
Corner Brook's Downtown Business Association is working with the owners of Louis Gee's Pizza to see if a deteriorating, history-themed mural on an outside wall can be saved from being covered up as part of renovations. Nicole McKinnon is with the DBA.
Tuesday October 03, 2017
Audio Marble Mountain announces plans to revamp operations at the ski resort, including lowering prices.
Marble Mountain Development Corporation's interim board of directors says big changes are coming to the hill this winter, as a part of plans to make the facility more financially self-sufficient. Interim chair Tony Abbott spoke with Bernice Hillier.
Tuesday October 03, 2017
Audio Plans to cover over a Corner Brook mural of "Human Wind Gauge" Lauchie McDougall create an angry storm online
Plans by a Corner Brook pizza restaurant to cover up a peeling, railway-themed mural on an exterior wall have whipped up a public outcry. Joanne Summers of Louis Gee's told Brian McHugh they had no idea that people were so attached to the art work.
Monday September 25, 2017
Audio The library at Grenfell Campus has cut its hours of operation. The students' union speaks out, and the admin responds
Students at Grenfell Campus will spend less time at the campus library this year, because Memorial University has cut back on library hours. Alex Wicks is with the students' union, and Ivan Emke is acting vice president at Grenfell.
Friday September 22, 2017
Audio Vote Crocker, or Crocker, or Crocker. Or Brake, or Brake, or Brake. 24 people are running for office in Trout River
While some NL towns can't get enough people to run in municipal elections, Trout River - population 600 - has 24 candidates. Town clerk and returning officer Lorraine Barnes spoke with Bernice Hillier.
Friday September 22, 2017
Jim Parsons and Charles Pender are running for mayor of Corner Brook in the Sept. 26 municipal election. CBC heard from each of them when they announced earlier this year that they planned to run. They spoke with Bernice Hillier on Friday, Sept. 22.
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