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Crafty, creative business opens in Penticton Cann...
It’s not often you find an ideal pairing of location and business idea, but that’s exactly what Angela Hook has done. Given that a large portion of her business revolves around “upcycling” —...
Read more at Penticton Western News
Stephens County school board kicks cannery decisi...
TOCCOA, Ga. - Stephens County Board of Education members again have delayed deciding whether to cut back hours and services at
. The school board discussed the school system-run cannery at...
Read more at Anderson Independent-Mail
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Heart of our City: Donna McNeil-Clark born again
For much of her life, Donna McNeil-Clark didn’t know her origins; the history of her people was nearly erased. Today, Donna, a proud member of the Tahltan and Nisga’a Nations, is more connected to...
Read more at The Northern View
Heart of our city: Amy Wong meets challenges head...
In 1965, if you asked newly-arrived Amy Wong if she ever imagined retiring in Prince Rupert after more than four decades of running a business on the North Coast, the answer would likely have been a...
Read more at The Northern View
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
Fisherman’s Wharf transit options difficult to na...
A South of Market and Mission Bay resident until recently, Troy Campbell knows well the difficulty in taking public transit to Fisherman's Wharf to get to work. The executive director of the...
Read more at The San Francisco Examiner
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Top 5 spots to get holiday gifts in Richmond
... If you're shopping for the fine arts and crafts connoisseur, head to Steveston Village. Steveston is magical year-round and at Christmas this seaside gem goes all out with twinkling lights,...
Read more at Richmond Review
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Pet food blast shuts factory line
PET food workers were knocked off their feet early yesterday as a massive pressure cooker exploded, blasting a heavy steel door 15 metres into the air. PET food workers were knocked off their feet...
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Allison Dickie had to choose between two men — he...
WHEN Allison June Dickie stepped off the high-speed catamaran onto the jetty at Heron Island, the world was full of possibilities. She was 22 years old, beautiful and had an Arts degree majoring in...
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Cafe on the Bay to open soon in Matlacha
There will be a new restaurant opening on Matlacha soon. Cafe on the Bay will open in the old Toucan Restaurant location before the end of the year. It is easily spotted by the new mural that covers...
Read more at Cape Coral Daily Breeze
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