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More than 100 community members of all ages were in attendance, and many were not wearing masks or practicing social distancing
"Hard things are much easier to do if we stay connected. This virus is doing its very best to undermine our unity. Remember, we are fighting a virus, not each other," writes Dr. Nerine Kleinhans
"Wheels" was selected as one of the recipients of a merit award for the Canada Shorts film festival
Data shows that respondents were not only satisfied with the current curbside collection service, but were also enthusiastic about the recommended enhanced service
Calls for service is expected to reach 3,600 by the end of the year, compared to 3,349 in 2019
"The Creston RCMP would like to give back to the community that has supported us and all first responders through the pandemic"
"The fact that every British Columbian – whether they're on the front line, driving a truck, in a leadership position or running a household – is dealing with this pandemic in their own way, but, at the same time, continuing to find ways to show compassion and help each other has been extraordinary."
"Collaboratively, our local governments and community partners are working together to create a strong foundation for economic development and recovery," writes councillor Jen Comer
On Nov. 21 at 7:07 p.m., CFR and other Creston Valley fire departments were dispatched to the area of Lakeview Arrow Creek Road and Daignault Road for a chimney fire.
Police responded to a complaint on Nov. 17 of an assault on a shopper after her shopping basket was taken from her by an employee. The shopper was asked to leave the store after refusing to wear a mask or use hand sanitizer.
"We are seeing pickleballers braving the cold on dry days as well. Some of the local pickleball enthusiasts have even created a Facebook group and use it to message each other to let everyone know who's up for a round of games."
Contracting and living with the virus, she said, has led to a "major reset" in her life
Chris Brauer's "Life, in a Nutshell" is a collection of 50 short anecdotes, jokes, observations and memories that each celebrate the notion of not taking life too seriously
"This will certainly help to ease some of the financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on our community," said Mayor Ron Toyota.
"As your local ministerial association and hamper board, we have been hard at work trying to figure out how we can continue to carry out the Hamper Program this year. … That being said, we have made great headway and have a plan that will be able to meet the needs of our community this Christmas season."
"When the COVID-19 letter was shared on our Facebook page, the regular virus deniers and conspiracy theorists who constantly flood the comment section with nonsense didn't say a word."
CFR received five calls for assistance on Nov. 9
A report of an assault on Nov. 11 was investigated although the complaint was too intoxicated to provide details
Letter to the Editor: I am renting property in the Creston Valley, and the owners do not live in Canada
"(The owners) have allowed a family member, who just returned from the US, to use the property as his quarantine site."
The auction starts on Nov. 16, and 18 items valued at a total of $3,800 will be up for bidding until 4 p.m. on Nov. 28.