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Upgraded oil recycling centres arrive in Fort Nelson

Upgraded oil recycling centres arrive in Fort Nelson

Two new and upgraded public recycling centres will provide Fort Nelson residents with free and easy eco-friendly facilities to return their used oil and antifreeze, the BC Used Oil Management Association says.
B.C. town survives behemoth wildfire after years of preparation, fire mitigation

B.C. town survives behemoth wildfire after years of preparation, fire mitigation

Logan Lake was prepared and ready when a 63,000-hectare wildfire started heading toward their community.
Sweet Pea country

Sweet Pea country

The Sweet Peas at the Pouce Coupe Museum now stand seven feet tall.
'Do not travel to fire-affected areas for non-essential reasons': B.C government

'Do not travel to fire-affected areas for non-essential reasons': B.C government

The warning follows significant wildfire growth in the province's Interior.
Foord murder case pre-trial to continue through fall

Foord murder case pre-trial to continue through fall

Case may move to Prince George for jury selection
Temperatures in the Interior expected to drop through rest of summer

Temperatures in the Interior expected to drop through rest of summer

Longer range models show that a cooling trend could be sticking around for the foreseeable future.
It wasn't for nothing, says B.C. mother of fallen soldier who served in Afghanistan

It wasn't for nothing, says B.C. mother of fallen soldier who served in Afghanistan

Cpl. Andrew (Boomer) Eykelenboom, 23, died Aug. 11, 2006.
Pine River receives 'significant' rain, says BC Wildfire Service

Pine River receives 'significant' rain, says BC Wildfire Service

The Pine River wildfire received a significant amount of precipitation on Sunday and fire activity remained low, according to the BC Wildfire Service.
Here's a time-lapse of the Mount Law wildfire burning in West Kelowna

Here's a time-lapse of the Mount Law wildfire burning in West Kelowna

The fire is currently mapped at 800 hectares.
B.C. teacher left in shock after act of kindness by shopper

B.C. teacher left in shock after act of kindness by shopper

The gesture left the Kelowna woman feeling emotional.