By Jaymie White Local Journalism Initiative Reporter WEST COAST – Chris Doucette, a full-time teleworker with the federal government, was born and raised in Kippens, and he moved back to the community in 2014 after living in Prince Edward Island since 1998. While living in his hometown, and navigating throughContinue Reading

By Jaymie L. White Special to Wreckhouse Press WEST COAST – Author Ida Linehan Young grew up in North Harbour, St. Mary’s Bay, and has turned her love of Newfoundland’s rich history into a thriving career. Linehan Young has a main focus on historical fiction, but she has written non-fictionContinue Reading

By Lori Bennett Special to Wreckhouse Press It’s easy to find a good flick these days thanks to producers dropping their best and most recent projects in hope of catching the attention of the Academy of Motion Arts and Sciences. On Feb. 8, the Academy announced nominees in 24 categoriesContinue Reading

By Ryan King Community News Reporter Blake ‘Crash’ Priddle is originally from Espanola, Ontario, but has been living in The Pas, Manitoba, for the past five years working as a news reporter and radio personality. He recently released a memoir titled ‘Good Morning Blake: Growing Up Autistic and Being OK.’Continue Reading

By Jaymie L. White Lilly White was born in Stephenville, the oldest of six children, to parents who would be remembered as great parents, partners, and community members until they left in 1976 when the mill closed. But outward appearances can be deceiving. “They had their own businesses. We wereContinue Reading