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Owner Martin Hennig estimates around $200,000 in uninsured losses after the buildings burned down.
“I feel like the small town part of me is really important to have in the city.”
As of noon on July 12 the machine had scanned 45 patients, five of which were emergency CT scans.
The project was done to acknowledge a potential for harmony among otherwise disparate communities.
Catch two songs from Mip’s nearly three-hour set at the brewery on July 12.
The lowest quote for the project, just over $28,000, was nearly twice the town’s $15,000 budget.
Angelika Langen, co-founder of the Northern Lights Wildlife Society, made the rescue.
A petition from 50 residents brought to council, company says noise mitigation plan coming in August
New owners welcome Elks for a luncheon
The motion passed 4-3 with Councillors Lorne Benson, John Buikema and Frank Wray opposed.
Analyzed rural postal codes paid just over 2.5 times more in premiums than they received in claims
The investment is being made at a 2.55 per cent interest rate with Cash Management Group
The day included pickup hockey, live music and even a foam party in celebration of Canada’s 152nd.
Volunteers with NLWS said that just over 2800 people attended the event.
The Smithers man was killed in a farm accident May 8, 2013
Town grants the club the arena concession, approves a beer garden and will pay for centre ice logo
The day included dancing, singing, a moose call contest and a soapberry ice cream tutorial.
A new club for aspiring pilots in the Bulkley Valley is taking flight.
Bob Joseph is the author of 21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act
After finishing her degree, Dr. Daphne Hart came on holidays to B.C.…