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Golfers can save with Privilege book

B.C. Lung Association’s Golf Privilege Club® Membership Book is on sale. Support a good cause and then go to the links for some fresh air.

Ponderosa festival returns for third year

Ponderosa Music and Arts Festival is scheduled to return for another year this Aug. 21 - 23.

Restoration burn set for Johnstone Creek

Ecosystem restoration work continues in the Johnstone Creek area.

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What do you see?

Ninety-four-year-old Christina Haines has a new lease on the rest of her life! She is comfortable at home with family now.

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Horse and Beef members had a beef weigh-in

Firsts for van Kuik, Fossen

Boundary C 4-H Club reporter Olivia Schneider keeps the community informed about club activities.

Horse and Beef members had a beef weigh-in
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Fair to feature talent event

A big part of the draw for the fall fair is the competition - from best pickles to best gymkhana ride. Not there's a talent competition.

RCBFF talent competition poster
Dr. David Smith

Dr. Smith: Understanding self-harm

Why is my child doing this? What is going on with youth.

Dr. David Smith
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Hugs and Slugs – April 2

If you have a hug or a slug, simply email reporter@boundarycreektimes.com with your short quips, compliments or complaints.

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David Duncan sent in this picture of the Easter Sasquatch. The statue stands beside Hwy 3 on the way to Osoyoos and someone went to a lot of trouble to get them decked out with a new Easter outfit.

Sasquatch ready for Easter

The drive along Hwy 3 above Osoyoos is a real treat for travellers as Anarchist Mountain area residents make the most of the unique statues.

David Duncan sent in this picture of the Easter Sasquatch. The statue stands beside Hwy 3 on the way to Osoyoos and someone went to a lot of trouble to get them decked out with a new Easter outfit.
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Welcome new board members

Greenwood library board set for the coming year, computer skill tutoring available and a note of gratitude for support from the community.

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False promises OR proven results?

Boundary Country Real Estate Tips is a monthly article providing advice and insight into the state of real estate.

Ainsworth resort sold to Indian band

The Lower Kootenay Indian Band, with a population of about 250, has purchased the Ainsworth Hot Spring near Kaslo.

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Hugs and Slugs – March 26

If you have a hug or a slug, simply email reporter@boundarycreektimes.com with your short quips, compliments or complaints.

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Sunbowl Skaters and coach at the Starskate Super Series. Front Kyra Keopke

Stewart finishes season with gold medal

BCSS student Emily Stewart took gold in Kelowna on March 7 at the B.C./Yukon Starskate Super Series.

Sunbowl Skaters and coach at the Starskate Super Series. Front Kyra Keopke
The Boundary Writers’ Group has been meeting every Wednesday morning at 11 a.m. at Bored Room Bistro in Midway. Seen here are Evelyn Booth

Writers get together

Local scribes have begun meeting each week to share their passion for the written word.

The Boundary Writers’ Group has been meeting every Wednesday morning at 11 a.m. at Bored Room Bistro in Midway. Seen here are Evelyn Booth
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Thank you for supporting minor hockey players

BC Hockey Provincial bound South Okanagan Minor Hockey is home to some Boundary talent.

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Knitting needles have been clicking in the Boundary. A busy group of crafters sent about 50 hats to Vancouver Children’s Hospital in January. A hearty thank you was sent back with a request for preemie hats so the needles started clicking again and within two weeks this tableful of toques was produced.

Crafters knit hats for babies

Crafters at the Midway Senior's Centre are an active group investing their skills to help provide a warm hat for preemie babies.

Knitting needles have been clicking in the Boundary. A busy group of crafters sent about 50 hats to Vancouver Children’s Hospital in January. A hearty thank you was sent back with a request for preemie hats so the needles started clicking again and within two weeks this tableful of toques was produced.

Scheduled outreach services slated

Federal government desk to be staffed the third Friday of each month at Service BC offices in Grand Forks.

All invited to Easter dinner

The Kettle River Lions sponsor a community Easter Dinner at the Rock Creek fairgrounds pavilion - this year on Saturday, April 4.

Credit Union CEO retires

After more than a quarter century as CEO of the Heritage Credit Union, Lorne Myhra will retire at the end of the month.