Restorative justice: Sister of deceased finds “grace”

Restorative justice: Sister of deceased finds “grace”

BY BONNIE ROBINSON The last time I saw my brother Randy Zohner, he had travelled to Powell River for a visit. After a great afternoon, Randy returned home to work at the Bamfield Marine Science Centre, where he was the cafeteria manager. A few weeks went by. The next...

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Vagrant Costa’s hummingbird gets birders buzzing

Vagrant Costa’s hummingbird gets birders buzzing

People have come from across the province and even as far away as Whitehorse to get a glimpse of a Costa’s Hummingbird that has taken up residence in the garden near Ken and Kathy Pritchard’s home and vacation cottage on Douglas Bay, at Donkersley Beach. “A fellow...

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Townsiter Lynn Price is BC’s top emerging painter

BY ISABELLE SOUTHCOTT | isabelle@prliving.ca To say that Lynn Price was surprised to win the Tanabe Prize for British Columbia painters is an understatement. It wasn’t on her radar. In fact, she first found out when she checked her voice mail. “It’s not something you...

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How do you choose Chamber Business Awards?

People often ask how winners are chosen for the annual Powell River Chamber of Commerce Business Awards that takes place on Saturday, February 3 at Dwight Hall. Here, some of the most frequently asked questions about the judging process are answered by Chamber manager...

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NO FEAR: Cycling Mexico

By Jean Medley It had been another long day riding the ridge of mountains that bisects the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon. We could have cycled for another two hours, but decided to stop when we saw what seemed like a perfect campsite. We began setting up our...

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Best of Powell River 2017 results

A perfect sunset. At Willingdon. The dock in silhouette. Photos like these represent the “Best of Powell River” - or at least what many locals think of as the pinnacle, if Instagram and Facebook feeds are any indication. But there’s so much more to the “best of” this...

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