It was an evening of celebration for Mike Adams as friends, family and community leaders gathered to recognize the 2017 Citizen of the Year on Friday night at the Heritage Inn. Adams was announced as the winner of the award in December, succeeding Karin Penner as last year’s recipient and joining a distinguished class of people who have received the honour dating back to 1973.
Krista Clark and her boyfriend were ice fishing on Peckham’s Lake on Saturday when they both heard a loud bang coming from the Wardner-Fort Steele Road. “It sounded like something exploded on the highway and was followed by blood-curdling screams,” Clark said. The two, who were fishing near the highway side of the lake, dropped their fishing rods and ran through the trees to the road.
It’s getting down to the wire for the BC Liberal leadership race, which is set to select a new party head through a membership vote in a few weeks time. Andrew Wilkinson, the MLA for Vancouver-Quilchena and one of six leadership candidates, passed through Cranbrook on Monday night to make a final pitch to local BC Liberals members.
@HockeyDipshit Eriksson, Gudbranson, Sbisa, Sutter...the list goes on.
I just don't trust Benning's judgement any more. People think he's a drafting guru, which one could maybe make an argument for, I guess.
But his judgement elsewhere has been downright awful.
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