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When humans ape animals

Have you ever capered or felt capricious? Let me rephrase the question. Have you ever taken little hops and leaps and acted friskily? Then you've capered.
Dolphin Classic 2012

Dolphin Classic 2012

Deaths spark lifeguard into action

The drowning deaths of a 51-year-old Surrey woman and her 20-month-old grandson in a pool earlier this month prompted a Richmond lifeguard/swim instructor to call the News.

Rental solution goes live

Spearheaded by the Richmond Poverty Response Committee (PRC), Richmond Rental Connect wrapped up the first phase of their project on June 20 at the Richmond Cultural Centre and introduced the second phase.

Beware of sickness, injury

Businesses are an integral part of our community.

Youth-inspired summer reads

Title: Sisters of the Sword Reviewed by: Abigail Burke, 11. This book is about two sisters named Kimi and Hana. They want to become samurai warriors, but they are girls.

City bids athletes good luck at Games

Members from the Canadian Paralympic men's rugby team and the Olympic men's table tennis team gathered at the Richmond oval Tuesday afternoon for the "Oval Trained, London Bound Olympic Athlete" send-off.

Youth self-publishes on Amazon

Ariel Menta, 13, has been writing since Grade 2
Burnaby group saves skunk from garbage truck

Burnaby group saves skunk from garbage truck

It's a foul smelling job, but someone has to do it. The Wildlife Rescue Association in Burnaby helped save a skunk trapped in a garbage truck last week.

Some youthful reads for your summer list

Title: Jack Blank and the Imagine Nation Reviewed by: Carmen Luo This book is about a boy who doesn't know where he comes from, so his teacher at St. Burnaby's gave him a name. His name is Jack Blank.