Rosara Buck was one of the presenters at the opening of the seed library at the McBride library.
I am not personally a huge mountain bike enthusiast (I have a low tolerance for adrenalin), but it is really amazing to see people coming to Valemount already because they’ve heard about our new mountain bike trail system.
Chad and Zack from Ape Parkour joined over 20 local youth in a 3-day parkour summer camp at the Tete Jaune Lodge last week.
There’s a plan in motion to build a half billion dollar ski resort fewer than 10 kilometers outside of Valemount. If it happens, some worry that housing will become expensive and scarce, based on what’s happened in other resort towns.
More than a dozen people turned out for the mask-making, clowning and acting workshops held last weekend at the Dunster Fine Arts School.
There was a crime scene at the Jefferson’s house. There was blood on the floor, fingerprints on a cup, a bitemark on a piece of cheese, and a ransom note: “If you ever want to see magic again … it will cost you $10,000.” Their beloved show dog, Magic, was gone.
Why are you running for council?
Joseph Rich: I’m running for council because I care about McBride and I care about the Robson Valley and its wellbeing.
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The week in photos
Voters will get to choose between four candidates in a by-election in McBride on Saturday, September 19th, to fill former-councillor Bob Callaghan’s seat on Village council.
Last week Norm Letnick, Minister of Agriculture stopped in the Robson Valley as part of his annual tours, and met with a number of residents and organizations.
We didn’t have a lot of time as the meetings were behind schedule, and lots of residents were waiting to speak with Minister Letnick, but the Goat got to ask a few key questions in a one-on-one interview with him. Here are his responses, which were edited for brevity.
Throughout the Robson Valley, many gardeners have a problem with a weed that has been around for over 150 million years. Although it prefers moist, acidic soil, it can be found in almost any area. I am referring to horsetail or mare’s tail (Equisetum) of course.
While it was a busy weekend in the Robson Valley with festivals and weddings, the much anticipated opening of Valemount’s newest mountain bike trails took place on Saturday.
Open burning is once again permitted throughout the Prince George Fire Centre, as of August 11th, 2015.
The president of Kinder Morgan Canada says the draft conditions issued recently for the Trans Mountain Expansion project are “rigorous but achievable.”
On August 8, Valemount RCMP attended to the Tempo Gas Station, on Karas Drive, where someone broke into the establishment by smashing the glass out from the front door.
I know this will be a touchy subject, but feel it should be addressed. We have had a greater number of visitors in our town this year than in previous years.
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