• Came for gold, stayed for grass

    It has been said that the first settlers in the Nicola Valley "came for the Gold but stayed for the Grass."

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  • Gardening season is here

    As with most home-owners, the spring and summer weather signifies that it is time for yard work. This may include weeding, planting flowers, or getting the garden started. In our office, this also signifies something. It...

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  • Shawanda rocks the rodeo

    Despite the cold weather, country music singer Crystal Shawanda walked onto the stage on Saturday night with the intent to have fun.

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  • Gardening volunteers train at TRU

    Do you get excited about gardening? Does the idea of planting a flower or vegetable garden make you want to jump up and grab your shovel? Well, you're in luck!

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  • NOISe NO MORe

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  • Emergency workers honoured

    A year ago, the Church on the Hill hosted a community appreciation event to recognize past and present members of the RCMP who have and who continue to serve Logan Lake.

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  • Teck group competed for HR awards

    A group from the Highland Valley Copper Mine was a finalist in the B.C. Human Resources Management Association's Award of Excellence: Innovation for 2010.

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  • Proud partner with Olympic medals

    As unique as the world's top athletes and their awe-inspiring performances, every medal won at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games were a one-of-a-kind work of art. The medals featured a different crop of larger...

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  • Faces of Merritt at Highland Valley

    Andre Mikita is a millwright at Highland Valley Copper.

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  • Stuart Emslie

    When Stuart Emslie started work at Highland Valley Copper, he understood the work might only last six months.

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