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Bantams finish fourth in McBride

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league team from 100 Mile House travelled to McBride for a tournament Jan. 18-19.

The team, Save-onFoods, was up against strong competition and finished fourth behind

McBride, Mackenzie and Kamloops. Public relations manager Denise Waldner says the local skaters played very well, made nice passes and had good game sense and strategy. “But [we had] few chances against the much stronger, bigger and older children on the other teams. We still managed to score some goals.” Save-on-Foods lost the four games played. Against Mackenzie, Lukas Waldner and Reid Davidson scored

goals. Luke Jewitt played in goal and earned the team’s most valuable player (MVP) award. Trevor Moore earned the MVP nod against McBride for his hard work on defence. In Game 3, against Kamloops, Davidson and Waldner found the back of the net. Waldner received the MVP award. In the final game, 100 Mile House met Kamloops again the morning of Jan. 19. Alex Glen scored a goal and was named MVP.

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100 Mile House’s Midget Rep hockey team took on a Tier 2 team from Williams Lake in backto-back games last weekend. Mayvin Plumbing & Heating (Tier 3) lost 4-0 on Jan. 18 at the South Cariboo Rec. Centre in 100 Mile House, and went down 10-2 in Williams Lake on Jan. 19. The local team is hosting Midget Provincials in March. 100 Mile House coach Dustin Price says Williams Lake was missing some of its top skaters for game 1, but dressed a full squad for game 2. “We were able to work on our team game this past weekend against a good Tier 2 team – a level above us.

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One of my favourite books By Noreen Beer This past year, I read Eighty Days: Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland History-Making Race Around the World by Mathew Goodman It tells the story of Elizabeth Cochran (Nellie Bly), a journalist who had a passion for writing about the blight of working women of the time. She also did a daring expose of a New York Lunatic Asylum. Going undercover as a patient with amnesia, she was able to expose some of the terrible treatments that inmates received. In 1889, she persuaded her editor to allow her to make a timed around-the-world trip, fashioned after Jules Verne’s Noreen Beer book Around the World in Eighty Days. As she was about to set off on her journey, a rival newspaper sent another female reporter Elizabeth Bisland to make the journey in the opposite direction, and win the race. Bly had no idea she had a rival until well into the trip. Nellie’s change in attitudes and character during her trip surprised me. I was also amazed at the detailed trip planning that happened in an age of rather slow communications. Noreen Beer is the Cariboo Chilcotin Partners for Literacy’s ESL co-ordinator and she urges folks to support volunteers by making a donation for a Free Press newspaper during Reach a Reader Day on Jan. 29.

(CCPL) annual Reach a Reader Day event on Jan. 29. Volunteers will be out early in the morning selling the 100 Mile House Free Press newspaper by donation at Tim Hortons, Cariboo Mall, the 100 Mile District General Hospital, District

office, Cariboo Family Enrichment Centre and several businesses along Birch Avenue. The CCPL holds this event to raise awareness about literacy issues and to have fun while fundraising for its free programs. All the funds raised go into programs, such as Partner Assisted

Favourite storyteller By Melody Newcombe I have too many favourite authors and books just to pick one. One of my favourite storytellers is Stuart McLean who can be heard on CBC Radio with stories from The Vinyl Cafe. He has written many books, including Home from the Vinyl Cafe, which Melody is a collection short sto- Newcombe ries about Dave, who is the proud owner of the world’s smallest record store, his family and friends. The stories Stuart tells are funny and heart warming and are about the family’s misunderstandings, miscues and mistakes. These stories are so much fun to read or listen to on the radio. His stories are warm, witty and they will make you laugh out loud. Melody Newcombe is the Cariboo-Chilcotin Partners for Literacy Society operations support worker, and she urges folks to support the Reach a Reader volunteers who will be taking donations for Free Press newspapers on Jan. 19.

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things into the stories. Farmer McGregor’s garden was laid out just like my aunt’s garden and, surprisingly, it grew exactly the same vegetables. My uncle had a magical way of transporting us into the stories he read.

Today, I still love to use my imagination to become a part of any story I am reading. Anita Price is the English as a second language co-ordinator Cariboo-Chilcotin Partners for Literacy Society, and she urges everyone to support the Reach a Reader volunteers with a donation for a Free Press newspaper on Jan. 29.


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Mill Girls Follies, a popular dancing group from Clinton, performed at the 14th Annual Cowboy Concert at Martin Exeter Hall in 100 Mile House on Jan. 18. Bernice Weihs-Anderson, left, Clare Werner, Sandi Burrage and Meghan Burrage took centre stage for this portion of the group’s performance.

McLeod promotes New Prosperity Mine project design dispute ‘concerning’ for Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo MP

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The proposed New Prosperity Gold-Copper Project was on the minds of some South Cariboo Chamber of Commerce members who attended a Jan. 15 luncheon where Kamloops-ThompsonCariboo MP Cathy McLeod was guest speaker. Local businessman Pat Corbett asked McLeod what timing she expected on the federal government’s decision on whether to allow the project to proceed to the permitting stage. “We just want to underscore the importance of it.” McLeod noted the issue now rests

with federal Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq, who is due to make her decision by the end of February. The final decision will be made by Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s cabinet. Expanding on that conversation in an interview the same day, McLeod said she has “always supported the important opportunity” and “economic benefit” of Taseko Mines Ltd.’s gold-copper project in the CaribooChilcotin. A report by Taseko that Natural Resources Canada used the wrong design in its analysis and, therefore, the federal assessment review panel relied on this incorrect information to draw conclusions in its report, dis-

turbs the MP. “I have concerns regarding the reports made by the proponent that there were some issues with the information, and that needs to get resolved in terms of the assessment and the information provided. “There has been work by both [Cariboo-Prince George MP Dick Harris] and I to indicate we have concerns to both the Minister of Natural Resources [Joe Oliver] and the minister of environment regarding the concerns by the proponent.” McLeod noted she also told the ministers about the importance of the economic opportunity New Prosperity Mine offers to the region, particularly after closures of small

businesses and “soft cycles” in the forestry industry. “Obviously, anything that goes forward has to be done in an environmentally sound way, and I believe that open-pit copper mines in British Columbia, with appropriate regular oversight, can meet high standards.” The important points have been made to Aglukkaq and cabinet in advance of their pending decision, she added. “I hope the mine goes forward with the confidence of the people that it will be done in an environmentally sound way, and I hope the Aboriginal communities will recognize and benefit from the important opportunities from that mine.”

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The BC Northern in the Southern region Real Estate Board remained largely (BCNREB) reported unchanged from the 4,891 property sales previous year mainworth $1.2 billion in ly due to a poorly 2013 through performing the Multiple labour market.” Listing Service® Janzen says (MLS®), up the northern from last year’s region appears 4,696 sales to be the most worth $1.08 bilresilient in the lion. post-recession Gisela BCNREB period when Janzen president Gisela compared to Janzen says the the rest of the BC Northern area con- province. tinued its upward trend In the 100 Mile House in sales volumes for the area, Janzen, a Royal fourth consecutive year LePage 100 Mile Realty and the average sale sales representative, price for the entire area notes 314 properties rose by more than four worth $57.2 million per cent. sold this year through “Markets in the MLS®, compared with Northwest region per- 291 properties worth formed extremely well, $58.5 million in 2012. mostly driven by large The 78 single-family economic projects and homes that sold in 2013 developments. Markets had a median value

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Library counts down to the Oscars Free film screenings being shown at Williams Lake Library

The Cariboo Regional District’s Williams Lake Area Library Branch is getting Oscar fever. The CRD announced three, free film screenings of 2013 Oscar nominees and winners, in anticipation of the 2014 Oscar Awards Ceremony on March 2. All screenings take place in the Williams Lake Library program room. The first film Amour, the 2013 winner for Best Foreign Language Film will be feature on Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. This unforgettable and tragic love story focuses on Georges and Anne, an octogenarian couple, who are cultivated, retired music teachers. On Feb. 5 at 7 p.m., Silver Linings Playbook will be screened. The film

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centres on former teacher Pat Solitano who moves back in with his parents and tries to reconcile with his ex-wife after a stint in a mental institution. Best Picture of the Year 2013 nominee Zero Dark Thirty will be screened on Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. Zero Dark Thirty chronicles the decade-long hunt for al-Qaeda terrorist leader Osama bin Laden after the September 2001 attacks, and his death at the hands of the Navy S.E.A.L. Team 6 in May 2011.



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LOCAL CLUB HOSTS ‘IMPRESSIVE’ BONSPIEL Plus stories on: • McLeod promotes New Prosperity •Family looking for community assistance in locating item mistakenly donated • Staff Sgt. Blake Ward to head up 100 Mile House Detachment • Public input sought on issues facing people with disabilities • Free criminal record checks • Outhouse Races making return to the Interlakes on Feb. 9 • Trails ‘beautiful’ for Cariboo Marathon • Parkside Art Gallery gets makeover

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Your Chamber wishes you the very best for 2014. This prestigioius award is for volunteers who have given exemplary service to our community or individuals of our community.



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Around the South Cariboo

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Local curlers Bill Pratt, left, Lorne Folk, Cameron Bird and skip Ed Ney finished second in the A event at the 100 Mile Curling Club’s 55th Annual Men’s Bonspiel on Jan. 17-19.

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Bob Hicks of the 100 Mile House Food Bank Society, left, and Trudy Endacott of Loaves & Fishes Outreach, right, were pleased with the donation of $108 each given by Leah Pratt, owner of 100 Mile Barber. Pratt held a promotion in December 2013 during which $1 from every hair was donated to the nonprofit organizations.

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Wayne Dufresne, of Garth’s Electric Co Ltd., finished installing the “Starry Nights” display on the outside of the 100 Mile District General Hospital on Dec. 19. The South Cariboo Health Foundation’s fundraising project was deemed very successful and the fundraising program begins again this fall.

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Country music singer Jeremy Willis was the opening act at the 14th Annual Cowboy Concert at Martin Exeter Hall in 100 Mile House on Jan. 18.

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Cowboy poet Mag Mawhinney was one of three acts that entertained the crowd at Martin Exeter Hall on Jan. 18 during the 14th Annual Cowboy Concert. She was raised in the Forest Grove area and this was her first time performing at the Cowboy Concert.

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Water utility billing error results in 12 per cent revenue shortfall While reviewing the year-end financial statements, the District of 100 Mile House administration noticed an issue with the water utility revenue. There was a variance between annual projected revenue and actual amounts invoiced – they were off by about 12 per cent. After a detailed analysis, it was confirmed that 28 of 800 quarterly billings had been under billed for the 2013 fiscal year. Forty per cent of the unbilled volume is attributed to two highend consumers. The analysis determined an error was made when administration created a new master file to set up the 2013 utility billing system. When typing in the “over 30,000 gallons” rate, a parameter of 30,000 to 99,999.99 was

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"The District will do its best to alleviate the impact and work with clients to implement a recovery plan with those most adversely affected," says Councillor Ralph Fossum. "We apologiize to the affected residents, and remain dedicated to rectifying this situation." .

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Feed & Hay Excellent quality cow & horse hay, large round & large square bales. “2013 hay available.” Phone early a.m. & evenings. Deliveries available (250)398-2805 HUNGRY VALLEY Hay, round bales for horses & cattle. And some small square bales. Ph. 250-395-3539. QUALITY grass/hay mixed: Square bales, barn stored, no rain. Delivery available. 250397-2378.

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Peter James April 9, 1954 - Jan. 19, 2014

On January 19th Pete passed away peacefully in Kamloops Hospice with Pam at his side. He was a beloved husband of 36 years and best friend to Pam, a wonderful father to Matt, Corrie and Katelyn; a lucky father-in-law to his daughter and son in-laws Jan, Barclay and Joe – and the best Grandpa/Pa to Emily, Luke, Maddie and Lilli. He will also be missed and lovingly remembered by his brother, extended family and dear friends. A memorial service will be held in the North Thompson Fall Fair Hall, Barriere, Saturday, January 25 at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to the Marjorie Willoughby Snowden Hospice in Kamloops, or the North Thompson Valley Hospice House Society.

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The next 70 Mile Poker Tournament will be held Feb. 1 at the 70 Mile Community Hall. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. and play starts at 12:30 p.m. Lunch and supper are available. The last tournament was held Jan. 11 and the winners were: first, Ken Freed; second, Doug Johnston; third, Guy Williams; and fourth, Jerry Ozog. There were 22 players.

Bookmobile schedule The ThompsonNicola bookmobile will be in the area on Jan. 23. It will be at the South Green Lake Fire Hall from 10 to 11 a.m., and at the 70 Mile General Store from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. There is a book drop off bin in the 70 Mile House Post Office lobby.


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Eighty per cent of B.C. teens support ban on flavoured tobacco products The Canadian Cancer Society, BC and Yukon is calling for a ban on flavoured tobacco products in British Columbia after a new poll showed overwhelming support from British Columbians. The Angus Reid poll revealed that 81 per cent of B.C. teens between 15 and 18 years agree the provincial government should adopt legislation to ban all tobacco products with fruit and candy flavours as a measure to reduce tobacco use among youth. In addition, 74 per cent of British Columbians over the age of 18 support a ban. The survey of more than 1,100 teens and adults was conducted in December. In Canada, many types of tobacco products

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Whether new to Canada or just new to the Cariboo, newcomers bring with them a wealth of potential and contribute to our community in so many ways.

February 28th, 2014

2014 SOUTH CARIBOO NEWCOMER CHAMPION AWARDS Nominate your friends, co-workers and neighbours. Recognize the contributions newcomers in our community make and also those people who extend a warm welcome to our new residents! Two Categories: 1. NEWCOMER CHAMPION: recognizes the contributions a newcomer person or family has made in the community. (Open to residents who have lived in the area seven years or less.) 2. COMMUNITY LEADER: recognizes a person or organization that has made a special effort to include and welcome newcomers to the South Cariboo. (Open to everyone!)

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Email your nomination (who and why) to: or phone the Welcoming Communities Coordinator, Kimberly, at 250-706-3143. All eligible nominations will be selected for recognition.

100 Mile House Free Press, January 24, 2014  

January 24, 2014 edition of the 100 Mile House Free Press

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