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  • Crossing the finish line for the last time

    There were five McKinnon boys and Heather, the youngest and the only girl. David began school at Mary Queen of the Peace then transferred to St. ...

  • Gallery owner Graham Wheeler dead at 69

    “He was sweet. He was a wonderful brother-in-law and he was very close to my husband,” she says. Originally from Corner Brook, Wheeler left the ...

  • Farewell to a Brigus Bruin

    “He lived in Brigus most of his life,” says George, Dave’s younger brother. At 84, George still has many keen memories of his older brother and ...

  • Heart of gold

    Truer words were never spoken, especially as it applies to Malcolm Tucker, or “Mac” as he was referred to by those who knew him best.Mac was born ...

  • Remembering Marilyn, a downtown light

    Trixie, also known as Marilyn or Hazel, dressed more like a rebellious teen than a woman of retirement age. She wore her bleached blond hair in a ...

  • Nurse took care of soldiers, veterans

    In the early ’40s Vivienne was a 19-year-old nurse who nurtured soldiers back to health at a hospital in Sheffield, England. There she met the ...

  • The long haul is over

    “Throughout life he was always the wallflower, but no matter what he did in life, he did it as though he was making a difference,” she says.With ...

  • Physician devoted his life to rural medicine

    He worked and worked and worked and was one of these old-fashioned doctors that worked very long hours,” Charles McVicker said of his father, ...