Thursday Dec 5, 2013
From finding arrowheads in his backyard to unearthing a mammoth kill site, Merlin Rosser says he can't choose just one favourite find.Every time he comes across an artifact, it's another aha moment."Every single artifact I have ever found is valuable, not for its actual cash value but for the story it tells," he says.
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On Monday Oct. 18, 2010, Chris Belke's alarm went off at 4:45 a.m. He didn't see his bed again until almost midnight.
Last Saturday the Hooimeyer family gathered for a special service as Martin and Jennie celebrated their 50th anniversary. You can be sure there was lots of bread and a special cake –all from Grandin Bakery – the business that Martin purchased in 1976.
It is a tray of chocolates that illustrates what Sandyne Beach-McCutcheon does best.
In 1969, a man from a farming family in Villeneuve stepped off a plane from Canada and set foot in a sprawling shantytown on the outskirts of Lima, Peru.
Few people can claim to have crammed as much adventure into their lives as St. Albertís Charles Grenier-Green. Heís just 21, and heís already roamed rainforests, fled bears, eaten tarantulas and explored six continents.