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New transportation reimbursements make it easier than ever to get the kids to swimming lessons.
Workshops on suicide prevention and harm reduction and social media and a District Trades Day are being sponsored by SD51.
There is growing concern around the province about the BC Liberal plans for the Agricultural Land Commission.
Changes to hunting regs will no longer require hunters to take firearms training before getting a licence.
"You know we are messed up when librarians start marching" - a sign at an Occupy Wall Street protest. Now the scientists are on the streets.
A survey commissioned by Black Press is intended to help local businesses understand the needs of local consumers
The recently released Child Poverty Report proves once again how lucky we are to have each other here in the Boundary.
Far too often, especially in rural areas, returning veterans face obstacles to their reintegration into life on the home front.
The work on the Kettle River Watershed Plan is important; of equal importance is that we pay attention to it.
Council has forced the issue of finding an alternate site for the Greenwood demo derby - they closed the old one.
Indian Residential Schools - The Truth and Reconciliation Commission BC National Event evokes thoughts of the 60's civil rights struggle
Sometimes taking ownership and admitting errors can refocus the conversation on moving forward.
If the fear of accident, injury and death won't deter drivers from texting maybe the fear of losing their phone might.
With school back in there will be buses and children on the roads going to and from school. Be aware.
Nearly seven decades have passed since atomic weapons were used & the world still struggles with the responsibility the bomb places us all.