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LINC turkeys were free

LINC turkeys were free

The weather outside can be frightful, but things inside at Courtenay Recreation’s The LINC Youth Centre are definitely delightful.
Vitamin testing timely

Vitamin testing timely

With sunshine a rare treat these days in the Comox Valley, health-conscious locals are dutifully taking their supplements of vitamin D, the so-called “sunshine vitamin” that’s normally produced in the skin from exposure to sunlight.

What does M+S mean on tires?

One would expect that the markings M+S, or Mud and Snow, on a tire would mean that it was designed for proper winter traction in all conditions.
Busy season for Christmas campaigns

Busy season for Christmas campaigns

Busy yet successful was the overall sentiment emerging from the various Christmas campaigns wrapping up for the year in the Comox Valley.
Contra dancing in Merville

Contra dancing in Merville

Ring in the New Year this Saturday with a Community Contra Dance at the warm and fuzzy Merville Hall, just down the road from Campbell River and up the track from Courtenay.

Black Creek offers latest in programs

The Black Creek Community Association (BCCA) offers a new season of classes for you and your family this winter.

Dance classes beginning soon

Local dance instructors Keith and Holly Foraie will teach regular classes starting Jan. 13 and 17 at the Courtenay Upper Legion Hall.

Glass basics

Classes for stained glass will start on Monday, Jan. 10 at 1 p.m. for seniors 55 and older at the Comox Seniors Centre at 1801 Beaufort Ave. in the pottery room.

Travel tips shared

Do you take too much when you travel? Ever come home with clothes neatly folded that never saw the light of day?
Soil like ‘living organism’

Soil like ‘living organism’

Dr. Thierry Vrain argues that soil is alive.
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