In Volume 5 Issue 3 (Autumn 2011)
Editor, Kellie Underhill explains our decision to cease printing and instead return to our online roots; Ernie MacMillan remembers the Queen’s visit to Miramichi; Peggy (Vanderbeck) Coughlan goes bow hunting with Murphy’s Law; Leanna Stewart shares her photography with no limits, no boundaries; and so much more!
In Volume 5 Issue 2 (Summer 2011)
Nan Creaghan reflects on the many gifts of ancestry from her seaside home in Burnt Church, NB; Debby Frost celebrates the life of her mother—an independent spirit who was more than “just a housewife”; Cindy Rule shares a compelling tribute to her grandmother that will make you think about the mysteries of the universe; and so much more!
In Volume 5 Issue 1 (Spring 2011)
Dragon Boat racing comes to the Miramichi River; Murray Baillie celebrates the life of William (Bill) Cairns; Elaine McManus discovers that you can come home again; Brian Loggie takes a week long eco-tour of Costa Rica with his family; and so much more!
In Volume 4 Issue 6 (November / December 2010)
Nan Creaghan reflects on Christmas in Burnt Church; Michael Maloney shares his family’s Christmas tradition; see new photography from Gary Tozer; Judy Bowman travels through Europe sending postcards to veterans back home; and so much more!
In Volume 4 Issue 5 (September / October 2010)
Artist Dorothy Connors shares her paintings, including one inspired by the cover of our magazine; Shawn Graham recalls his favourite Miramichi Memories; Annabel Sheila travels to Cuba where she sips a Mojito with Hemingway; Miramichi railway spikes are turned into Swiss art; and so much more!
In Volume 4 Issue 4 (July/ August 2010)
A conversation with Miramichi singer/songwriter Ted Lynch about recording his first album in Nashville; Debby Frost shares how a small Miramichi community comes together for the love of their children; Daryl Matthews takes a look back at the history of the Chatham Ironmen ball club; and so much more!
In Volume 4 Issue 3 (May / June 2010)
Monica McIntyre spends the day with lobster fisherman, Gary Robichaud; Doug Dolan’s series on the particular challenges mature students face begins with Howard Butler; Miramichier Rob McCarthy heads south of the border to take on the position of Vice President at Budweiser; we present the artwork of Miramichi artist Theresa MacKnight; and so much more!
In Volume 4 Issue 2 (March / April 2010)
Mighty Community launches Giv’er on the River, a new online video series featuring positive people & stories from the Miramichi; James Cripps shares his photography; Jessica Ryan recalls the booms & the drives of her childhood; we take a look back at a serious accident in Derby Junction involving Miramichi’s famous “Hooper” train; and so much more!
In Volume 4 Issue 1 (January / February 2010)
Young entrepreneur and former owner of Fatkat Studios, Gene Fowler, speaks about his new studio, Loogaroo; Royce Aube remembers Tommy Stewart and shares a song he wrote about him; artist Jean-Frances presents a multi-media exhibit of art and poetry inspired by New Brunswick rivers; and so much more!
In Volume 3 Issue 7 (November / December 2009)
Heberts, a Miramichi recycling company is leading the way in the industry; Charline Cormier-Pellerin remembers Christmas and her family store; Astrid Gibbs reveals the true face of courage as she celebrates Rose Anna, one of the widows left behind after the Escuminac Disaster; Dianne Hosford explores the links between hockey legend Bobby Orr and the Mighty Miramichi; and so much more!
In Volume 3 Issue 6 (September / October 2009)
Bernie Colepaugh continues to document songs and poetry of the Miramichi by remembering the Warwick Road Ball; Brian Tucker shares new fiction just in time for the hunting season; Cindy Rule fondly recalls her grandmother’s garden; Shirley Routledge shares more history from the Renous Ammunition Base; and so much more!
In Volume 3 Issue 5 (July / August 2009)
Nine year old Jules Keenan shares her personal story of living with Type 1 Diabetes since the age of six; Laura Wells explores the Roots of Empathy program; David Walsh investigates the Caraquet Riots; Charline Cormier-Pellerin knows just what to do with those single socks that mysteriously turn up in the laundry; and so much more!
In Volume 3, Issue 4 (May/ June 2009)
Judy Bowman sits down with master shipwright Bob Squarebrigg to talk about his craft; as the anniversary of the Escuminac Disaster draws near Astrid Gibbs remembers that time in her community of Baie Sainte Anne; Wayne Curtis recalls the coming of spring and growing up on the Miramichi River; and so much more.
In Volume 3, Issue 3 (Feb/ Mar 2009)
Bread ‘n Molasses magazine celebrates the Terry Whalen Band’s music as they soak in the reality of their first ECMA nomination. We introduce you to the wonderful artwork of Gloria Savoie. She paints, she writes, she teaches, and so much more! Debby Frost remembers when she was a young lad growing up in Oak Point. Charline Cormier-Pellerin takes the kids for a nature walk in the park. Bill Allin saves you a bundle on power while protecting your health. You’ll find all these stories plus a special Wedding Gifts and Essentials section, reading suggestions, recipes and much more!