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Black Press, British Columbia's largest publisher of community newspapers and websites, has announced the purchase of the Cranbrook Daily Townsman and the Kimberley Daily Bulletin from Don Kendall.
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The Bulkley Valley Ladies Fastball League will be wrapping up their season next weekend with their annual year-end tournament, to be held in Telkwa on Saturday and Sunday. League president Judy Vandermeulen said the season has been fairly successful, with five teams taking part in twice-weekly games throughout May and June.
The time has finally come.
I would be amiss if I didn’t send a shout out to all the Dads with this past Sunday’s Father’s Day celebrations.
The kids were all sitting in the school gym for the magic…
Betty Fox, mother of the late Terry Fox, the Canadian hero from Port Coquitlam, is seriously ill, according to a statement posted today on the Terry Fox Foundation website.
A sense of direction doesn’t come naturally for some people. I know this, because I’m one of them.
Many of us here in British Columbia would consider ourselves very fortunate. We appear to have an abundance of water. In most parts of our province when we turn on our taps clean and safe drinking gushes out. We probably don’t stop to think about how it got there-or indeed what happens to it when it goes down the drain. In fact, we know that 25 percent of Canadians have no idea where their tap water comes from.*
In broadening my horizons and striving to move forward in my life, I am going to attempt to do something in which I have never done – I am going with my spouse and go on a holiday without my children.
Giving up a luxurious mansion to live in a practical mobile home isn’t something most people dream of doing once they hit the big time, but that’s exactly what Hollywood director Tom Shadyac did in his quest to find happiness.
Well it certainly took long enough, but I do believe that Spring has sprung.
There have been historical changes to the political landscape following the results of Election Day on May 2.
My name is Andy Pollock, I live on Buckflats outside Houston, B.C. I am 77 years old thus I have very little to gain from saving the planet.