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The course, which was forced to close after last summer’s fire, is open to golfers once more.
Plus a unique musician is coming to Spences Bridge, there’s a ribbon cutting at the HUB, and more.
The piece of equipment was stolen from the Wastech Transfer Station on April 13.
More than 60 volunteers helped fill almost 4,000 sandbags for Cache Creek residents.
For a few days in 1868, all eyes were on Yale as B.C. contemplated joining Confederation.
Paint and Sip is coming back, a Spring Fling dance, and a look at Clinton’s 2018 budget.
The SBCC has big plans involving the old elementary school, so find out what they have in mind.
Lise Boisjoli is retiring after almost six years driving the transit bus.
Two boys with autism spearhead campaign at Langley’s Dorothy Peacock Elementary
Last year’s event raised $4,700 for new equipment for the Ashcroft primary engine.
Volunteers hope that, unlike 2017, this year’s season isn’t cut short.
Dozens of artists have their paintings and artwork ready to be enjoyed by all.
Itching to get out in the garden? Get a head start with this year’s plant swap.
John Hamilton is looking forward to giving back to local communities and boosting tourism.
Plus a sandbagging bee, an Ashcroft Moving Forward meeting, musicians wanted, and more.
A movie day, sign and wine glass painting, a home vendors event, a night market, and much more.
Goings-on at David Stoddart school, a health centre update, a free disposal day, and more.