Pipestone County Star
BC/BS implements payment changes
Rural hospitals and the Minnesota Hospital Association were warning last spring of the negative effects expected due to changes in the way Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota pays hospitals.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Updated: Nelson gives initial approval for golf course development
Nelson council passed first two readings of a zoning amendment that would allow a 30-unit townhome condo development on vacant golf course land at 2000 Choquette Avenue.
The St Paul Journal
Snowmobiler in B.C. dies after being caught by avalanche; 2nd snowmobiler survives
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Avalanche kills snowmobiler in B.C.
An avalanche in Gray Creek Pass near Nelson, B.C., claimed the life of a male snowmobiler on Tuesday evening.
The Daily Townsman
Habitat for Humanity looks to create affiliate in south-east B.C.
As work is set to begin on Cranbrook's first Habitat for Humanity home, the organization is prepared to create a local affiliate.
Kesavah BellyDance Is Offering a Spicy Beginner Belly Dance Class in Salmo BC
Kesavah BellyDance will be offering a Spicy Beginner Belly Dance Class in Salmo BC starting April 16th, 2014 for an 8 week series.
Nova News Now
Annapolis Royal in Top 10 places to see
Macleans photographer Andrew Tolson was in Annapolis Royal in August for some preliminary shooting and came back in October to do an official video shoot for Macleans' Canada 2014: 10 Places You've Got To See.
Jazz musician Cheryl Hodge featured in concert March 8
Jazz vocalist and keyboardist Cheryl Hodge, 58, is one of the guest performers at a "Jazz Ladies" concert presented by Bob Storms at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, March 8, 2014 at Whatcom Museum's Old City Hall Rotunda Room, 121 Prospect St. Jazz vocalist and keyboardist Cheryl Hodge, 58, was born in California and raised mostly in Oroville.
Circling identity in Saskatoon Girls
Saskatoon author Michael Cuthbertson's first novel Saskatoon Girls is a coming-of-age story about growing up and self-identity, taking the reader on a journey through maturity and the search for a perfect partner.
St. Albert Gazette
Slowburn, once St. Albert's premiere blues band, reunites to celebrate its 10th anniversary at Big Al's House of Blues for a two-nighter this coming weekend.
The Free Press
Couture and Lamb team up for a night of music at The Arts Station
A Nelson local and an Edmonton native are teaming up for an unforgettable night of music at The Arts Station.