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School Times for Monday, Sept 22nd


Ray Watkins Elementary School:

1:00 PM – Bus pick up for students from Tsaxana
1:30 PM – Classes begin
3:00 PM – Classes end and the bus returns to Tsaxana

The regular daily schedule (from 8:45 AM – 3 PM) will resume the next day.  If there any questions or concerns please contact the school at (250) 283 2220.

Gold River Secondary School:

12:30 pm – Bus pick up for students from Tsaxana
1:00pm – Classes begin
3:30pm – Classes end and the bus returns to Tsaxana

Regular schedule starts Tuesday Sept 23rd.  Bus pick up 7:55am – Take back 3:35pm. Any questions, please call GRSS at (250) 283-2538.

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More Cougar Sightings

There’s been more cougar sightings in town yesterday.

In the Scout Lake subdivision in around 3:00pm Villoy Dorrington took this photo of a cat walking past the back fence of their yard.

Scout Lake Cougar

Photo by Villoy Dorrington

Later that same evening, the cougar (I’m assuming the same one, maybe not?) was discovered resting peacefully in a backyard on Dogwood Drive.

Cougar Resting in Backyard

Photo by Oskar Sotebier

The RCMP was called, and many people reported hearing shots, but as far as the Buzz knows, the animal wasn’t shot.  There are a lot of deer in town (at least there are at my place, even a Mama and a babe still with a few spots), and given the time of day we are seeing this guy,  everyone please be extra vigilant with kids and pets.  Especially with back to school this Monday!

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Community Directory News

On behalf of myself and the Museum Society I would like to apologize to residents and advertisers for the delay in the printing of the Community Directory.

My family has been struggling with some medical issues over the past few months and my time and attention have been elsewhere. Unfortunately during this time some businesses/advertisers have also ceased to operate, which has forced us to restructure some of the layout.

Again, I apologize for the holdup. We hope to have a book out to you soon.

Suzanne Trevis
Directory Committee Chair

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Back to School Monday, Sept 22nd!

Sept 19 SD letter

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Super Valu Specials Sept 19th – 25th

~ More  specials in store ~

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Strike Update

Dear Parents and Guardians,

The BCTF is holding their ratification vote today. If they ratify the proposed collective agreement, students will return to school on Monday, September 22.  The schedule for Monday will vary from school to school as it will be treated as a “normal” start up day with students attending for a portion of the morning or afternoon.

Each school will communicate their specific Monday schedule to parents and guardians shortly.

Again, the return to school is still subject to the proposed collective agreement being ratified by the BCTF today. Please continue to check the School District website (www.sd84.bc.ca) and local media for updates.


Lawrence Tarasoff

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G.R.A.C.E. – Tuesday’s at 1:00pm

Fall Grace

GRACE ~ Women Supporting Women In Our Community.
GRACE is a confidential support group for women in our community.  GRACE stands for:
Growth:  Increase in knowledge about yourself, other women, the community, resources, and supports.
Respect:  For yourself and others; treated with dignity because you matter.
Acknowledgement:  What you say, think, and feel is important; you are valued.
Change:  Change is inevitable, it’s a part of life; you will be supported as you make decisions and changes in your life.
Empathy:  We will hear you, listen to you, feel your hurt or concern, but we will not try to control you, advise you, or pity you.
All women are welcome.
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Weekend Ice Sept 20th & 21st


Saturday September 20th
1:30 to 3:00 Bantam Practice
3:00 to 4:30 Peewee Practice
Sunday September 21st
10:00 to 11:30 Bantam Game
11:30 to 12:30 Mites Practice
12:30 to 2:00 Bantam Game
2:00 to 3:00 Midget Practice
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Mmmmmmm, I love Turtles!

Kristen Little made these the other night and sent a bunch over to our place with her daughter Tyra, who was having dinner with us. Awwww – how nice, I thought – Tyra’s Mom sent dessert.  And then Tyra took the lid off and explained to us what they were. Turtle Squares! They ended up being little rectangular slices of heaven!  I asked Kristen if I could share the recipe, and here it is!

Turtle Squares

Bottom layer:

  • Hard margarine 1c
  • Quick-cooking rolled oats (not instant) 1 3/4c
  • Brown sugar 1c
  • Flour 3/4c
  • Cocoa 1/4c
  • Baking soda 1/2tsp
  • Chopped pecans 1/2c

Melt margarine in saucepan. Add next 6 ingredients, stir well. Press into greased 9×13 pan. Bake @ 350 for 15 minutes.


  • Sweetened condensed milk 1/2c
  • Brown sugar 1/2c
  • Hard margarine 1/2c
  • Corn syrup 2tbsp

Heat in a medium saucepan over medium heat. Bring to boil. Boil slowly, stirring continually, for 5 minutes. Remove from heat. Beat with spoon for 2 minutes, until mixture shows signs for thickening.  Spread over bottom layer. Cool.


  • Semisweet chocolate chips (I like milk chocolate chips instead)  2/3c
  • Hard margarine    2tbsp

Melt chocolate chips and margarine in saucepan on lowest heat, stirring often.  Spread over cooled filling.  Cut into squares.  Enjoy!

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Set of Keys Found at Muchalaht Lake

A set of keys was found at Muchalaht Lake recently. If you think they could be yours, you can stop off at the drugstore or phone and identify them.
Phone # is 250-283-2284
Sandy Bohn
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