Teen para swimmer finds home - and family - in Killer Whales swimming club Since being discovered near a dumpster as an infant in China, Ian Ralston has had plenty of reason to feel he's been left high and dry. But he may finally have found a home — and a family — in the … [Read more...] about Bridge Over Troubled Water
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You don’t have to have a horse to ride here Childhood friends Susan Gosnell and Wanda Gust have come full circle. The pair met when they were around 12 years old while riding in the Vancouver Pony Club. Fast forward several years later and they’re still participating in the … [Read more...] about Coming Full Circle
After nearly 20 years of working underground, to depths as far as 7,000 feet, Bob Shelley took a break to work on an offshore drilling rig for a couple years.
The first day on the job, he was asked to go 150 feet into the air on a rope hoist to perform a hydraulic repair.
"I … [Read more...] about John Hart contractor really
digs his work — and community
Local aquatic health science startup now the go-to source for fish biology information for many industries and organizations Jim Powell holds a Masters degree in smolt physiology and a Doctorate degree in neuroendocrinology – the study of the interaction between the nervous … [Read more...] about Real Science Right Here
Michelle White and Steve Ross have a serious case of the blues. And life has never been so sweet. Six years ago, White chose to chuck her career as a financial planner and leap into a life of organic farming despite having no experience or background in the, well, field. Now, … [Read more...] about A Sweet Case of the Blues