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Art by youth intriguing

Art by youth intriguing

The Station House Gallery’s main and upper galleries are filled with art work created by children and youth all through February.
Talk lively at education forum

Talk lively at education forum

Early childhood education, curriculum development, graduation years, and technology in education were only a few of the topics discussed by more than 75 teachers, parents, and students attending a public forum held at Glendale elementary, Thursday, Feb. 3.
Valentine sleigh ride Sunday

Valentine sleigh ride Sunday

The Cariboo Draft Horse Club will once again be hosting it’s annual Valentine’s Day sleigh ride — weather permitting.
Rodeo Canada Princess home for a visit

Rodeo Canada Princess home for a visit

Miss Rodeo Canada Princess Kirsten Braumandl will be dancing for travel money this Saturday night at the annual Stampede Dinner, Dance and Auction happening at the Elks Hall.
Sacred Heart celebrates Catholic Schools Week

Sacred Heart celebrates Catholic Schools Week

There was an unusual group of visitors at Boitanio Mall on Monday afternoon. Shoppers were given the rare opportunity to look into a real live classroom.
Royal Purple national president visits

Royal Purple national president visits

Lynda Nolan, Royal Purple of Canada’s national president, made her official visit to the lakecity branch, Jan. 27, but it was more like coming home to old friends than exploring new territory.
Dolls popular auction items

Dolls popular auction items

Miss Rodeo Canada Princess dance card is open

Miss Rodeo Canada Princess Kirsten Braumandl will be dancing for travel money this Saturday night at the annual Stampede Dinner, Dance and Auction happening at the Elks Hall.

Roundtable web site running smoothly

The Jan. 27 Horsefly River Roundtable meeting was highlighted by a conference call session between participants in Quesnel, Prince George, Beaver Valley, and Vancouver.
Cadets learn winter survival skills

Cadets learn winter survival skills

A total of 20 Army Cadets from 3064 Rocky Mountain Rangers participated in a winter fun day at the top of Fox Mountain over the Jan. 29-30 weekend.