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42 Years Ago (1976): Provincial Lands Management Branch officials refused to renew a hay-grazing lease for a family in 141 Mile who had established a residence in trespass on the 60-acre hay-grazing lease adjoining their deeded land. Ruby Jean Christensen said the family built their home there because it was a better site, and denied it was an attempt to secure the land. Earl Warnock, the regional lands manager at the time, said a grazing lease does not permit residential use. "On an agricultural lease, you have the right to put a home on it."
There are fears the volunteers would become a target for government troops
For the 14th year, the Vancouver-based European Football School held a week-long camp in Williams Lake at the Esler soccer fields attracting many young soccer players from the region.
Vancouver Coastal squeaked out a 3-2 win against Fraser Valley
By Sarah Wegelin
Progress part of strong Black Press showing at CCNA awards
Fin de Fiesta Flamenco troupe returns to Salmon Arm with Salvaje
Parliament of Owls a folk-blues treat for Pioneer Park