by Laura Keil Despite recent snowfalls, Stuart Tait is confident he’ll have his boat in the water soon after some minor repairs. His voyages thus far have been limited to Kinbasket Reservoir, but he hopes […]
by Laura Keil Layla Hocken & Russell Hicks tested out a new form of sustainable transportation last week before the Easter weekend snow dump put a freeze on experimental biking.
by Andru McCracken Those brave enough to enter the Elks Hall this past weekend were welcomed with a shock of colour. The Valley Piecemakers took over the hall for three consecutive days to work on […]
by Andru McCracken McBride’s Loggers Bonspiel was a success with 12 rinks taking part and some wonderful costumes. The theme was ‘Starts with C.’ The Clowns did well, Cowboys and Indians not as much, Cat […]
by Sydney Philpott It was a short season for the McBride Figure Skaters, but that certainly didn’t show at their carnival on Saturday. The skaters gave a wonderful performance to the theme “Vacation”. Laura Corbett […]
Two local students took first place in the Northern Zones competition for their entries in the annual Remembrance Day Poster and Essay contest sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion. Their entries now move on to […]
by Andru McCracken Rosara Buck shows what’s on offer at Dunster’s Annual Seedy Saturday, a gathering to learn about and celebrate local gardening. You can find the seed library is based out of the McBride […]
by Andru McCracken and Sydney Philpott McBride hosted a rip roaring zones tournament last weekend and while the Mustangs and Timberwolves didn’t make provincials both teams played with heart. Lucas Bergen gets some air on […]