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Fire halls receive provincial funding

Fire halls receive provincial funding

Four regional fire halls have been awarded $93,000 in provincial funding for equipment and training. Funds are coming from the Community Emergency Preparedness Fund, and have been awarded to: Chewynd — $25,000 Hudson's Hope — $23,699.
Taylor firefighters welcome arrival of Engine 11

Taylor firefighters welcome arrival of Engine 11

Taylor firefighters celebrated the arrival of the new Engine 11 fire truck Friday evening with cheers and a centuries-old tradition: by pushing the final feet of its 3,000 mile journey into the fire hall.
Ministry hopes soil anchors will help hold South Taylor Hill

Ministry hopes soil anchors will help hold South Taylor Hill

More than 100 soil nails will be drilled down into the middle of the South Taylor Hill this year as part of a trial attempt to anchor the slide-prone hill into place.
Public safety a top concern in Taylor

Public safety a top concern in Taylor

Taylor residents want more policing, curbside recycling, and more activities for youth and housing for seniors, but how quickly councillors will be able to deliver will be constrained by their annual budget.
2019 Taylor Light Up Competition winners

2019 Taylor Light Up Competition winners

The District of Taylor held its annual Light up Competition on Tuesday, December 10. Here are the winners: 1st Place - 10880 101 Street 10880 101 Street, Taylor, B.C.
Community orchard planned for Taylor

Community orchard planned for Taylor

A new project is in the works to plant a community orchard and demonstration garden in Taylor. Ashlee Kirschner and Joleen Morrison introduced the idea to councillors Monday night as they start to seek out grants to fund the project.
Charges laid in Taylor hill crash that nearly killed American man

Charges laid in Taylor hill crash that nearly killed American man

Dangerous and impaired driving charges have been laid in a near-fatal crash on the south Taylor Hill in October. Jordan Anthony Ramos was charged Friday with impaired driving and dangerous driving causing bodily harm in the Oct.
Jarvis Crescent subdivision nearly complete

Jarvis Crescent subdivision nearly complete

The new Jarvis Crescent subdivision in Taylor is substantially complete, and lots could be put on the market as soon as the spring. Ground broke on the district-led development in May.
Helen Gilbert elected chair of School District 60

Helen Gilbert elected chair of School District 60

After nearly four decades working as a teacher and administrator in School District 60, Helen Gilbert now finds herself at the helm of the board of education.
This young girl from Taylor is making a difference for sick kids across B.C.

This young girl from Taylor is making a difference for sick kids across B.C.

Today is going to be a good day – it's a simple reminder from a brave young girl meant to inspire sick kids and those with a heart to help them.