They call themselves The Tordon Players because they don’t appreciate government’s use of Tordon 101 along the province’s highways.
On Wednesday, members of the group decided to make a visual public statement on the lawn of Confederation and in Bowring Park in St. John’s.
Check out the story in today’s Telegram print edition.
Also on our front page, an article from one of our reporters who took a tour of the Churchill Falls Generating Station.
And check out what former Newfoundland premier Roger Grimes has to say about dealing with Quebec in relation to the Upper and Lower Churchill hydroelectric projects.
The Telegram website offers only a sample of the stories our reporters, editors and photographers work hard to get to the public every day.
Thursday’s print edition of The Telegram, on the other hand, contains much more, from news and detailed sports, to opinion an an expanded A&E section.
Inside Thursday’s print edition:
• On page A3, a story on how the RCMP is dealing with a rash of armed robberies in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
• On page A4, a Newfoundland and Labrador 2012 Summer Games photo feature.
• On page A5, read about how more than 30 breast cancer survivors from this province — members of the Avalon Dragons — will compete this weekend in dragon boat races in Barrie, Ont.
• On page D2, read about how the student union on the west coast don’t like a taxi fare hike.
• And a chocked-full sports section with all the latest results and stories from the Newfoundland and Labrador Summer Games, and national and international sports.
Remember, for updates and the latest Breaking News, check www.thetelegram.com.