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Jenny Lynn Larocque’s vehicle and dog were found in Venables Valley, but there is no sign of her
The event honours vets, as well as long-standing members of the Ashcroft Legion.
Grants will help with infrastructure analysis and development of a trail system.
The list explains the differences between, and needs of, four local groups that help those in need.
Was the store - billed as the oldest in the province - haunted? We will never know.
Todd Stone says he has what it takes to lead the party to victory.
Judith Guichon spoke to students about Canada’s history, its government, and her role.
Plus Halloween celebrations, two milestone birthdays, lunches, dinners, and much more.
Tickets will ensure patrons get the seats they want, and help the organization cover costs.
Rapidly changing, and extreme, weather conditions mean drivers have to be alert and slow down.
The editor seizes the chance to get behind-the-scenes during a movie shoot in town.
October is Library Month; and check out the programs your local library has to offer.
And of course it’s not too early to put up Halloween decorations.
Infrastructure and targets were destroyed, but members hope to rebuild next year.
The text message, which promises a refund for a traffic ticket, leaves people open to attack.
Cecelia McLean was able to meet many government people, including Premier John Horgan.
From art and appetizers to drop-in sesssions for all ages, there’s something for everyone.
Plus have your say on the grizzly bear trophy hunt and a human rights commission.
Restrictions and bans that affect hunters are now in place in the Interior and Cariboo.
Plus we finally find someone to play a small but vital role in Anne of Green Gables.