Cherie Wheeler is a Corner Brook radio producer working with CBC Newfoundland Morning.
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These N.L. crafters are making joey pouches to help injured Australian animals
Thousands of people are using their crafting prowess as a way to help injured animals in Australia, including these women on both coasts of Newfoundland.
Welcome to the Vinyl Garage, a small-town rec room turned live music venue
On a quiet cul-de-sac in Pasadena, a yellow home with a white covered veranda looks like any other, but sometimes when the sun goes down, it turns into a rocking live music venue.
Back off, Bozo: A fear of clowns is no laughing matter
April MacDonald has always been afraid of clowns, and experts say she's not alone.
A gross encounter of the 'turd' kind: Everything you need to know about pooping in the woods
After an unsanitary discovery on a hiking trail, CBC's Cherie Wheeler wonders if pooping in the woods is a dying skill.
Corner Brook tattoo artist wins big at annual ink festival
N.L.'s Caleb Gillett takes four awards at Maritime Tattoo Festival in Halifax, including best tattoo
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I struck a moose on the highway, and my life is better for it
After she collided with a moose on the highway, Cherie Wheeler walked away without a scratch — but that doesn't mean that nothing changed for her.
How a best friend's secret matchmaking brought this couple together
Tamara Small didn't find love. Her best friend found it for her through a secret dating profile.
Twin towns in Labrador and Spain explore their Basque connections
A delegation from Red Bay, Labrador, has signed a deal with the Basques town of Pasaia to become twin towns.
Buy a book, build a library: fundraising to bring books to Black Tickle
A Corner Brook woman teaching in Black Tickle, Labrador wants to bring in more books for the avid readers in the small K-12 school.
Reusable bags that bounce back
A small business owner is making her own reusable bags for her customers to borrow and bring back.
Here comes the sun; there goes an hour of sleep
Spring into exhaustion? Local pediatrican says schedules and shades can help kids adapt to daylight savings.
Calling all angels: Marble Mountain ski patrol part of national effort to break world record
Newfoundland's Marble Mountain ski patrol is part of a Canada-wide effort to break the Guinness World Record for most snow angels made at the same time in multiple locations.
White wine and canola oil: N.L.'s budding crop opportunities
Two successful experimental crops grown in western Newfoundland last summer could plow the way for new agricultural opportunities.
Start small to lose big, says woman who dropped 10 dress sizes
A Doyles woman credits friends and realistic goals for her 80-pound weight loss over three years.
A Christmas surprise: Corner Brook family overwhelmed by gift of accessible van
It was almost the worst kept secret in Corner Brook, where a family facing a difficult future received a life-changing gift.