“The Farm” in Dunster is one of the buildings nominated for the best building in northern BC in a contest by the Architecture Foundation of BC.
We are never doing anything ourselves, we are always relying, or building on, what was done by those who came before us.
On the family’s east-facing porch, what was left of the 202 pumpkins grown in the adjacent gardens were displayed – simply put, the largest and most successful crop ever produced here, along with countless gourds grown on site this year.
I spent 18 years on a wilderness trap line in the Robson Valley, from 1981-1999. The things I saw, experienced and learned were amazing and truly enlightening.
Ignite the North is an event traveling through 11 communities in northern B.C. this fall and it made a stop in Valemount and McBride last week.
Valemount is currently in the final eight of SnoRiders’ annual SledTown ShowDown contest, up against Blue River this round.
RCMP announced on Monday a suspect is dead after a days-long lockdown of the community of Slocan Lake, north of Castlegar.
The dogs were seized after a shoot-out with police near Kinbasket Reservoir. The shoot-out left John Robert Beuhler dead and his daughter Shanna injured with multiple gunshot wounds.
McBride resident Lyle Kinnee was thrilled to be invited to spend some time around the bonfire Wednesday night with his grandson, one of the students from Cedar Christian.