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Bracelet returned to B.C. WWII veteran after 73 years

Summerland’s Charlie Bernhardt traded his silver bracelet for food during winter of 1944 to 1945

Big brother Terry Fox: Darrell reflects on 40-year legacy

Terry Fox Foundation has raised more than $715 million for the fight against cancer

150 Mile mom starts fire baby group

Inspired by her own evacuation story new-mom Amy Emery decided to start a Summer 2017 Fire Babies Facebook Group.

JUICEBOX HEROES: Girls raise hundreds selling SunRype in Surrey

VIDEO: Aubrey, Ryley and Chloe raised $814 this summer with their juice stand

B.C. man pens ‘tail’ on family dog

Book follows the true story of Surrey’s Cosmo (aka Rover) and the D’Amato family

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      Elizabeth's Wildlife Centre hosts its annual open house weekend

         

        Team Island Quad comes to White Rock

           

          B.C. girl’s lemonade stand raises hundreds for wildfire victims

          Hayden Rodgers, 6, fundraises for those affected by the fire and Surrey Memorial Hospital

          Put the ‘Treat’ in treatment with BC Children’s Hospital fundraiser

          Enjoy a Blizzard and help the kids during Dairy Queen’s Miracle Treat Day this Thursday, Aug. 10

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          Labour Day book sale on the horizon

          The Greenwood Library column

          • Aug 4th, 2017

          Victoria childcare centre investigated for ‘Fight Club’

          Island Health has launched an investigation after video shows children fighting while supervisors watch.

          Kettle Valley Golf celebrating 90 years.

          To celebrate, the club is sporting a brand new sign.

          • Jul 27th, 2017

          Premier John Horgan, NDP cabinet get down to work

          NDP’s 22-member cabinet includes minister of mental health

          Horse Council BC activates fund to help with animals displaced by B.C. wildfires

          Funds collected will be used to provide resources such as hay, supplies, and gas.

          • Jul 14th, 2017

          Snowbird to be joined by “dazzling” acts in Grand Forks next week

          The Snowbirds and other acts will be performing in Grand Forks on July 19.

          • Jul 5th, 2017

          Kootenay country artist headlining Founders Day

          Lisa Nicole will be at Founders Day in Greenwood on Saturday.

          Phoenix city council threatens resignation

          Blasts from the Past: chronicles from the history of the Times.

          VIDEO: Langley woman finds nest of bunnies in her backyard

          Rebecca McKenzie is asking people to check their lawns before mowing the grass

          Show us your best Canadian vacation

          For Canada’s 150th birthday, Black Press wants to see photos of your favourite homeland vacations

          • Jun 30th, 2017

          Guidelines on how to fly the Canadian flag

          There are no rules or laws but “dos” and “don’ts” regarding the maple leaf