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Effort continues to regionalize fire services in Lewisporte area
Bay Roberts woman pays it forward with wedding dress
SPCA animals in Gander and Grand Falls-Windsor waiting for loving homes
Going the extra mile
Twillingate Unscripted Festival takes to the beach
Pam Frampton: Islamophobia, made right here
We can all make a difference
Betty Clarke looking forward to leading Lewisporte Town Council
A final resting place for Gerald Squires
Russell Wangersky: No excuses
Lewisporte Seahawks U12 Girls bring home the silver
Sept. 29, 2017, 11:41 p.m.
The U12 Lewisporte Girls Seahawks. Pictured are (in no particular order) Lily Ivany, Alissa Oake, Dawn Bungay, Sara Budden, Kaitlyn Porter, Macie Feltham, Annie Vincent, Olivia Cross, Grace Goodyear, Skye Moyles, Kayleigh Feltham, Aleah Beaton, Kerah Cooper and Kaitlyn Scammell along with coaching staff Jordan Cooper, Paula Feltham and Wade Budden.
The Lewisporte Seahawks U12 girls claimed silver at the Shoppers Drug Mart U12 Girls tournament in Gander on Dec. 2-4. The girls claimed the silver medal following a shootout in overtime.
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