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Jul
The Miller Case: creek or no creek, medical evidence indisputable

The Miller Case: creek or no creek, medical evidence indisputable

Twenty-seven years later, the death of New Waterford teen Clayton Miller continues to make headlines.
Miller, 17, was found lifeless, prone in a shallow brook, on the afternoon of Sunday, May 6, 1990, about 36 hours after New Waterford Police raided a Friday night “drinking party” in a local area known as “The Nest” in the Colliery Lands Park.

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24
Jul
There’s Something About Morley...

There’s Something About Morley...

Somebody told me that about 20 years ago there was a movie called There’s Something About Mary. Some sort of romantic comedy.
Well, I think it’s time we had a movie called There’s Something About Morley. Actually, let’s call it, more specifically, There’s Something About Morley & Hotels.

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10
Jul
Joe Howe is spinning in his grave over the Proud Boys thingy

Joe Howe is spinning in his grave over the Proud Boys thingy

Regrettably, I can’t pinpoint exactly when it happened. But it has happened. At some point media in this province decided that’s it no longer kosher for media to do its job. At some point our dear friends in the mainstream media, reporters, editors, hosts, producers, associate producers, assignment editors, decided to mail it in.

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10
Jul
Joe Howe is spinning in his grave over the Proud Boys thingy

Joe Howe is spinning in his grave over the Proud Boys thingy

Regrettably, I can’t pinpoint exactly when it happened. But it has happened. At some point media in this province decided that’s it no longer kosher for media to do its job. At some point our dear friends in the mainstream media, reporters, editors, hosts, producers, associate producers, assignment editors, decided to mail it in.

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10
Jul
Saying goodbye to Denyse Sibley

Saying goodbye to Denyse Sibley

They’re quite the pair, really. They just bumble about from one bright idea to the next bright idea. Why, if they were a radio comedy act they would surely rival such legendary comedy acts as Amos ’n’ Andy and Abbott & Costello. But, wait. They are in radio. I speak, of course, of Maritime Broadcasting Ltd. organ grinder Bob Pace and his loyal dancing monkey hatchet-man Garry Barker.

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