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Column: Where have all the bees and birds gone?

Column: Where have all the bees and birds gone?

Topping the stairs to a friend’s home at Tappen a couple days ago, I was confronted by two honey bee hives. Like happy little campers, the bees were targeting a profusion of wild roses surrounding the property. Kathy Meggyesi, owner of the hives, had it figured pretty good, as this gal knows her bees, collecting about 200 lbs of honey a season.
Skookum bucks for B.C. Liberals

Skookum bucks for B.C. Liberals

Wait until you see Christy Clark’s next money move
Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP

Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP

Putting off Peace River diversion would cost $630 million
Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP

Site C dam delay would be disaster for John Horgan’s NDP

Putting off Peace River diversion would cost $630 million
Column: Still-water fishing 101

Column: Still-water fishing 101

Muttering under my breath, I whispered to my fishin buddy Earl, “We just gotta do this, those guys are really catchin trout.”
Column: Coarse fishing about quantity

Column: Coarse fishing about quantity

What do northern pike minnows, peamouth chub and carp all have in common.
Column: Weighing good ol’ belly boats against pontoons

Column: Weighing good ol’ belly boats against pontoons

“Hey, Harry, will you pick me up at the end of that ugly marsh at the far end of this ruddy lake? That damn wind picked up just as I was netting a two-pound rainbow!”
Pros and cons of incorporation

Pros and cons of incorporation

At the next full meeting of the Area C Governance Study Committee, which is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 15 at Blind Bay Community Hall, several guest speakers will be addressing the pro’s and con’s of incorporation based on their experiences.

Fishing derby a family-oriented event

The other day I received a number of parcels from the Family Fishing Society of British Columbia.
COLUMN: The Shuswap home to northernmost winery

COLUMN: The Shuswap home to northernmost winery

A visit to the Celista Estate Winery can be mesmerizing