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• On The Telegram front page, read about a local knife maker who keeps on the cutting edge with custom creations.
• Change Islands Mayor Stephen Brinson recovering in hospital from serious injuries after a fall while doing roof repairs.
• On page A4, Bell Island woman vies for Miss Canada title.
• Young beachcomber finds another message in a bottle.
• MUN gathers feedback for commemorating Great War.
• On page A5, young boy writes, illustrates books and donates money to hospital.
• On page A7, peacekeeper who lost his legs now battles government bureaucracy.
• On page B5, Newfoundland authors nominated for international literacy award.
• Houston museum debuts exhibit of battlefield, wounded veteran images.
• On page C1, Members of Hall of Fame’s latest class unable to avoid lockout talk.
• On page D1, the International Energy Agency predicts the United States will be energy self-sufficient by 2035.
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