In the full edition of today's Western Star
Kelsey Hogan and Andrea Bennett have been awarded Loran scholarships. The two local youth were among 30 winners nationally.
The penstocks at the Deer Lake power plant are being inspected and leaks will be repaired once the warmer weather starts. At this rate, maybe it should read "if" the warmer weather starts.
Cape St. George Mayor Peter Fenwick says credit for his recent Diamond Jubilee honours should be shared with his community.
And don't forget, Crossweek, the mother of all crosswords, is featured on page 7.
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- Colin Burke
- - March 18, 2013 at 11:11:24
I read all of the story about the two students who received Loran Scholarships, partly because I in my own benighted ignorance had never heard of Loran and was curious to learn who or what he, she, or it might be and why he, she or it awarded scholarships or why scholarships are awarded in his, her or its name, and I found nary a reference to satisfy that kind of curiosity. I do hope your motive in not mentioning such things wasn't to spare the recipients from having to admit they're furthering their education with money raised by enterprises a large proportion of the public would deem more or less nefarious. If I had written that story when I worked there, Cal Holloway would have insisted on my explaining who or what a Loran is and what he, she or it hopes to promote by awarding scholarships.