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B.C. Hydro continues work on power outage

B.C. Hydro continues work on power outage

Still close to 450 customers without power
Lone Wolf golf course GM settles into new role

Lone Wolf golf course GM settles into new role

Mark Yurkin looks forward to post-pandemic golf season
Taylor mill curtailment extended

Taylor mill curtailment extended

About 80 workers impacted, says Canfor, with small crew of 20 being kept to handle shipments
'Going to be very expensive,' minister says about new Taylor Bridge

'Going to be very expensive,' minister says about new Taylor Bridge

Province looking to Ottawa to help fund span as discussions continue
Taylor pool opening pushed back to 2023

Taylor pool opening pushed back to 2023

Proper staffing behind the decision to wait
Flags to fly for MS month

Flags to fly for MS month

An estimated 90,000 Canadians are living with MS: "The signs and symptoms sound very similar to a lot of other diseases"
Spirit of the Peace powwow returns to Taylor after pandemic hiatus

Spirit of the Peace powwow returns to Taylor after pandemic hiatus

The Spirit of the Peace Powwow returns to Taylor this June, with three days planned to celebrate Indigenous culture and community.
Spring cleaning on the Taylor Bridge starts Tuesday morning

Spring cleaning on the Taylor Bridge starts Tuesday morning

Single lane alternating traffic 9 am to 3pm; except noon hour
Posthumous award sought for beloved Taylor teacher

Posthumous award sought for beloved Taylor teacher

Donna-Lee Cooper was a 'phenom of energy and dedication'
Taylor pulp mill curtailed another six weeks

Taylor pulp mill curtailed another six weeks

Canfor said Tuesday it is extending a curtailment of the Taylor Pulp Mill by another six weeks.