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Writer responds to a letter on Pride Day and suggests leaving the judgments to a higher power.
Writer explains how love works in response to letter sent last week calling some forms immoral.
Bulkley Valley Rod & Gun Club president thanks and encourages support for local newspaper and radio.
Writer wonders what can be done to help what she sees as a Muheim school in need of upgrading.
Writer says the intent of documentary was different than what Seabridge VP portrayed.
Writer cites selected sections of the Bible to suggest seeking forgiveness after Pride Day.
Big thanks from Bulkley Valley Christian School, just one group that benefits from local generosity.
Writer suggests more pet welcoming businesses would be a bonus for Smithers.
Seabridge Gold vice president says he wants to correct the record on its KSM mining project.
Writer says diverse needs of clients met in part with tools learned from hometown school teachers.
The doors are locked to the newer washrooms for non-campers at Riverside Park.
Writers have ideas on what to ask about at Telkwa Coal’s May 23 open house.
B.C.’s current party system offers more conflict, fewer solutions
Sponsors and donors help make hoop dreams come true for Gitxsan team.
Writer opposes KinderMorgan pipeline expansion, but wants constructive input from all.
Writer sees a lot of issues with the opposition against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Terrace teen writes current school curriculum underplays past violations of basic human rights
Writer says next four to eight weeks of melt could be exciting with lots of water going somewhere.
Writer believes water and dust issues with a coalmine in Telkwa will ruin valley.
BC Building Trades executive director on job and community opportunities in skilled trades.