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The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary said it appears the man has never held a driver's licence — but had already accumulated $19,789.25 in outstanding traffic fines.
New management has set an end of August deadline to make the Royals viable for another season.
Fifty years after Stephenville's U.S. Air Force base was closed, people are gathering to remember and reflect.
Bay St. George RCMP say a woman was duped into withdrawing money and sending it to a man known to police for conducting scams.
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Friday July 29, 2016
He was an American serviceman in a foreign country. She was a wise-cracking girl from Stephenville. A story of love and a forbidden marriage.
Thursday July 28, 2016
It's not definite yet, but the chances of the Corner Royals returning to the Central West Sr. Hockey League just improved. Businessman Mel Woodman, Jr. has volunteered to be team interim president. He spoke with Bernice Hillier.
Wednesday July 27, 2016
A Chase the Ace fundraiser drew nearly two-thousand people to McIvers this past weekend. Drone operator Alex Humphries got some great aerial footage of the crowd. Shelly Lawrence is with the fundraising group, and they spoke with Bernice Hillier.
Tuesday July 26, 2016
Egg-citing news for your breakfast table! For the first time in about eight years, the West Coast will soon have a commercial egg producer again. Dairy farmer Pauline Duivenvoorden of Deer Lake told Bernice Hillier about her preparations.
Monday July 18, 2016
If you've ever wondered what life as a Mountie would be like, Frank Pitt's new book is for you.
Friday July 15, 2016
Audio Someone dumped garbage near the cross-country ski club in Corner Brook, even though it could have attracted bears
Recent warnings about black bear sightings in western Newfoundland appear to mean little to whoever dumped a big pile of garbage near the Blow Me Down Cross Country Ski Club this week. Club manager Shawn Leamon spoke with Bernice Hillier.
Thursday July 14, 2016
Audio There've been lots of reports of black bears in Western region. We'll hear from a conservation officer.
Watch out in the woods. Conservation officers are warning people to be on guard for black bears in western Newfoundland. Jim McNeil is with Forestry and Agrifoods Agency and he spoke with reporter Gary Moore.
Wednesday July 13, 2016
This week CBC told you how ATV drivers ruined the hay field of a farmer in Goulds. Meanwhile, on the west coast, Wayne Simmons manages a hay field in Hughes Brook that gets torn up by off-road vehicles every year. He spoke with Bernice Hillier.
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