Monthly Archives: January 2006

Young Christians Seek Change for Miramichi

Young Christians Seek Change for Miramichi Submitted By Organisers for Miramichi Fire “The first signs of the impending disaster occurred in the late afternoon of October 7, 1825; reports of a massive column of smoke rising above the woods were issued. By seven o’clock that evening, flaming debris had been observed. The reports disagreed on… Continue Reading

The Shortest Resolution Ever

The Shortest Resolution Ever By Bonnie Jarvis-Lowe The New Year’s party at our house was in full swing. It was 1977 and the party guests were all ‘baby boomers,’ as were my husband and I. All of our guests were neighbours, friends, co-workers, in our thirties, two-income families, with two children, a house with a… Continue Reading

South African Orthopedic Surgeon Arrives

South African Orthopedic Surgeon Arrives Dr. Hendrick Weyers arrived in Miramichi November 28 to begin his orthopedic surgery practice with the Miramichi Regional Health Authority. He comes to Miramichi from South Africa. “I am very pleased to have Dr. Weyers join the Miramichi Regional Health Authority surgical team,” says Gary Foley, President and CEO. He… Continue Reading

Miramichi Embraces Latino Culture

Miramichi Embraces Latino Culture It was an evening filled with laughter and cultural diversity, as Canadians and Latinos merged for a few hours at the Carrefour Beausoleil’s Art Gallery last month. The event was a fiesta (Spanish for party) presented by Andina Enterprises to congratulate its first groups of students who recently completed a 30-hour… Continue Reading

Three Poems

Three Poems By Andy Harley Fishin’ With Dad Sometimes after supper When a burst of sun was still out shining;  My Dad and I would go fishing In a place far from confining; Just right behind our rancher home, Down this narrow gravel lane, Was where a small, private pond sat, And some fish we… Continue Reading