Profile of Juris Graney

Juris Graney is a staff writer at the Northern Pen. You can find him driving Route 430 chasing down stories that matter most to readers. You can follow him on Twitter at (@MigrateGatsby) or you can email him at jgraney@northernpen.ca. 

All articles of Juris Graney

  • Millie's Memories

    Nameless Cove - Millie Diamond leans forward in her chair at the same time an unseen clock strikes three chimes and the fridge in the kitchen ...

  • A long way from pond hockey

    Transcontinental Media-St. Anthony; The Northern Pen Willie P. Simms and his wife Millie stare at the photo for a few seconds, then look up in ...

  • Empowering the next power generation

    Cow Head could be home to some of the next generation of employees in the oil and gas industry. Six Long Range Academy girls and two ...

  • Region sets sights on better Internet access

    Improving broadband Internet access between St. Barbe and Trout River is high priority for the Red Ochre Regional Board in 2012. The ...

  • Englee calls on government for action on plant

    A large section of the derelict former Englee processing plant, one of the first fresh fish processing plants in the province, crashed last week ...

  • ‘It’s a sick system’

    Every time a home care worker ups and leaves, Hawkes Bay’s Miranda Mouland is forced to go through the same bureaucratic process to find someone ...

  • Marauding like a movie star 

    The call came late one Thursday evening. “Do you want to be a Viking,” the voice asked, “in a movie?” It was a silly question, hence the squeal ...

  • Japanese demand keeps Newfoundland crab industry afloat

    Not long after a giant earthquake and tsunami wrecked Japan in March, concerns were raised about how it would affect this province's seafood ...

  • Lobster and legends

    Anne Reid still remembers wool frolicking when she was a kid, in fact every day two egg cups remind her of the way of life in pre-Confederation ...

  • Government tries new broadband approach

    If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. The provincial government is using lessons learned from the stalled Government Broadband ...