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2015/07/31 13:44
2015/07/31 13:44
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A teenage newspaper carrier was still waiting for corrective surgery Wednesday, almost a week after what was thought to be pit bull tore into her left hand. Sarah Metzner, 15, was delivering papers...
2015/07/31 13:44
2015/07/31 13:44
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2015/07/30 22:24
2015/07/30 22:24
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I knew we were in trouble when I walked out to the pond garden at work and found the normally moist beds scored with deep cracks typical of a parched soil. Where we would normally contend with excess...
2015/07/30 20:19
2015/07/30 20:19
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The Victoria Eagles and Triangle Baseball Association welcome fans of all ages this weekend to the B.C. Baseball Mosquito (under-11) AAA Tier 2 championships in Colwood. The Eagles, a regional rep...
2015/07/29 18:24
2015/07/29 18:24
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Bantam baseball at its best is coming to the Comox Valley on the August long weekend. From July 31 to Aug. 3, the Comox Valley Baseball Association is hosting the 10-team 2015 Bantam A Provincials at...
2015/07/28 21:19
2015/07/28 21:19
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The Penticton midget Heat lacrosse team managed won win during provinciasl in Prince George last weekend. The Heat defeated the Port Coquitlam Saints 8-7 on July 24 to open the championship. The Heat...
George Penticton
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2015/07/28 19:23
2015/07/28 19:23
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Campbell River’s Bantam B Ravens were not presented with gold medals until they rolled to an 8-3 win over Shuswap in the Provincial championships in Kelowna last week. But the Ravens arguably...
2015/07/27 16:24
2015/07/27 16:24
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A TransLink job posting indicates the next CEO is to be offered the same $319,000 base salary as former CEO Ian Jarvis, as well as other identical benefits, including a contentious bonus that was...
2015/07/27 04:48
2015/07/27 04:48
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Star Staff and Canadian Press Voters in the Sudbury riding have never sent a Conservative MP to Ottawa. Fred Slade hopes to that change in October and he will be well financed in his bid to do...
2015/07/27 01:39
2015/07/27 01:39
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The owners of Vancouver’s last two hookah lounges are vowing to continue operating, as the city takes a tough line on imposing anti-smoking rules on the centuries-old tradition of Middle Eastern water...
2015/07/27 00:39
2015/07/27 00:39
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On a sunny afternoon in Stanley Park, cricket players run on parched yellow grass. A majestic fountain in the middle of Lost Lagoon sits dormant. A little girl approaches an inactive splash pad,...
2015/07/24 01:19
2015/07/24 01:19
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Juan de Fuca bantam lacrosse teams picked up three medals at the provincial championships last weekend in Kelowna. Not only did the A1 team capture the gold on Sunday (see previous page), the bantam...
2015/07/23 20:19
2015/07/23 20:19
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It was a golden finish to the season for the Penticton Heat bantam C lacrosse team. The Heat are provincial champions after defeating Vanderhoof 5-3. “It all came together on the last day. It was an...
2015/07/22 19:44
2015/07/22 19:44
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A woman in her 70s was pushed to the ground and hit before having her purse stolen early Monday. Sometime just after 2 a.m., the woman and a friend were walking home from a restaurant in the...
2015/07/22 18:23
2015/07/22 18:23
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Some Metro Vancouver mayors are willing to cut or eliminate the Transit Police service to redirect money to expand core bus service. But others say chopping cops is a bad strategy to deal with...
2015/07/16 21:17
2015/07/16 21:17
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Got an overdue book or six weighing on your conscience? The City of Langley library is offering forgetful borrowers a chance to take a load of their minds — and their book shelves — with a fines...
2015/07/15 22:27
2015/07/15 22:27
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Bikers are taking a stand, well actually a ride, against bullies. Expect between 200 and 300 motorcycle riders to pass by Agassiz on Highway 7 Sunday, July 26 as they participate in the annual Bikes...
Agassiz
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2015/07/15 17:24
2015/07/15 17:24
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An alarming number of contractors are failing to safely remove asbestos before they demolish or renovate an older home, prompting WorkSafeBC to step up enforcement to prevent a new epidemic of disease...
2015/07/14 16:19
2015/07/14 16:19
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The Victoria Shamrocks find themselves in a must-win situation heading into game 3 of their best-of-five B.C. Junior A Lacrosse Association semifinal series this Saturday. The Rocks lost a 7-6...
2015/07/11 00:24
2015/07/11 00:24
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A group of diehard softball fans in the outfield bleachers at Softball City’s main diamond have a little something extra to cheer about at this year’s Canadian Open Fastpitch International...
2015/07/10 18:21
2015/07/10 18:21
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Tim Smith has not shaved in nine months. It’s not as if he is waiting for a special order to arrive from the Gillette factory. He may look like he is auditioning for a spot with ZZ Top, but he, his...
2015/07/31 13:44
2015/07/31 13:44
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