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A beautiful shade of green

Considered a vegetable valedictorian by experts, Swiss chard is ahead of its class with an unprecedented amount of nutritional qualities.

Rename downtown landmark to win

Billie's Bouquet new owners ask locals to weigh in

Just one drop

Association raises awareness on recycling used oil

Technology, death or new life to books?

It's happened. The Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, has decreed that school textbooks will soon become history in his state. They will be replaced by online texts.

Cadets learn crucial skills

Youth puts survival techniques to the test in Yukon wilderness

The fortification dilemma

If your favourite bag of potato chips contained added vitamins and minerals, would you eat more of them? Would you eat less of a healthy food now that you could get this fortified junk food? Those questions are at the center of a debate raging at Hea

All things aquatic celebrated next week

National Drowning Prevention Week is being observed from Sunday (July 19) to Saturday, July 25.

Christmas in July to benefit Food Bank

Cleaning company asks customers to help restock food shelves

The health of aboriginal children

Few people will argue that we all have a responsibility for the health and well-being of the children in our community. Parents have their role to play, as do teachers and others who regularly interact with children.

New gallery showcases local artists

In 1962, Yarwood Drugs was alive with the colourful drawings of local students. Bernhard Brown lamented, at the time, that there was great art in the community seldom seen, so he put some up.