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For me, Remembrance Day is an opportunity for me to reflect and preserve the memories of my grandfather and my great grandfather. They were two men who dedicated their lives to serving Canada and the Commonwealth so that I — along with the rest of the nation — could live a peaceful and prosperous life.
The re-opening feature film is Toy Story, the 1995 computer-animated film starring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen.
"We are a small group, yet we are surrounded by an amazing community! We could not do this work without you. … We know that without you, our doors would not be open."
"The main thing is to encourage people and make them smile, and feel good about two things: making rocks and finding them"
"Bud currently lives in Crest View Village and is less than a month away from his 99th birthday. Nowadays, he likes nothing better than to relate his World War 2 stories"
"The Creston Library uses the Dewey Decimal system to categorize its non-fiction materials. It is the most used organization system by libraries in the world, with over 200,000 libraries in over 135 countries using the same system. And it's racist."
"So God's gifts, lavished on you, convey no blessing to the world. Are you robbing others of privileges that, but for you, might be theirs?"
The business had suspended its operations in September
All proceeds will go towards the development of a cure and or treatment for a rare genetic disorder called hereditary spastic paraplegia-50 (SPG50)
Alison Master and her mom Catherine Prowse have been volunteering with the Central Kootenay Invasive Species Society since 2007
The Adam Robertson Elementary School teacher was given the award during a virtual assembly this week
Data will be collected until Nov. 9 and will be used to create a guide for town council to help decide them how to shape the curbside waste collection program
"My big takeaway from my time here is the great sense of community that exists in Creston. Community is at the heart of this town, and what I've noticed is that residents are always thinking and acting for the benefit of their neighbours"
The market will be held in the rec centre's Creston room and will have a maximum capacity of 91 people, which includes staff, vendors and customers
"The articles are informative and interesting as they focus on people, events and places in our community. Wonderful content!'
At 9:41 a.m. on Oct. 21, CFR responded to a call of downed power-lines in the area of Fourth Avenue North and Pine Street
On Oct. 25, police responded to a report of a theft of cash from a Creston business in which the suspect reached over the counter and took money from the register
"With Remembrance Day around the corner, we got the most wonderful gift"
Each voter was asked the same question: how was your voting experience during a pandemic?
The grant is through B.C.'s Community Economic Recovery Infrastructure program, where $90 million will be distributed throughout the province