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Pink is the new purple, especially for the month of October when stylists add a punch of colour for a good cause.
Lynn Gould is supporting her granddaughter’s fight against a rare brain cancer
“I’m very sad, not with you guys but with our ministry and the people that don’t think that our education and our children are important.”
Nominations close at noon on Friday, April 8
Joel Hutchinson to appear in Nelson court today.
Jesse Bartsoff looks forward to talking about Syrian refugees with a young global community
Emotional meeting follows residential evacuation
Darell Unger was was found safe and sound Tuesday night
“Seniors live life with multiple and increasing chronic health conditions.” ~ Lisa Pasin.
“A lot of these people have PTSD. They’ve gotten out of the military and have had a break down in their lives.” ~ Glenn Hodge
Outgoing city engineer provides insight to construction of city’s new pipe/pedestrian bridge
There’s no way into Fort Shepherd now that Teck has shut its gate to the motorized public.
“We’re the biggest fire department between Calgary and Kelowna as far as numbers, square kilometres, and response requirements go.”
“It’s not super highly productive, but there are people around shopping for homes.” ~ Ron Allibone
"“This is an information meeting that will hopefully bring some answers or, at least, clear the air on some of the drainage issues."
“To be asked to represent these fine people is incredibly humbling.”
~ Patrice Gordon
Conservation Officer Sprado counts this year as a rather quiet cat season with the only one documented in the Trail area so far.
A new centralized FortisBC facility will not impact local staffing, according to the company.
“Having seen the abuse, and it was blatant, we had a meeting and we decided that Fort Shepherd will be indefinitely shut down.” ~ Fillmore
Oasis resident expected to foot bill on assessment of property and leaning tree, group to gather at public meeting tonight