Dwindled

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  • Local hatchery helps return salmon to local streams
    The number of salmon in Abbotsford’s streams have dwindled over the years, but Doug Gosling remembers a time when local waters were full of them. Now he surveys local creeks for signs of their return, seeing it as a sign of their ability to thrive against the odds. Read more on this news related to 'Dwindled'
  • Quo vadis?
    From one of the second largest denominations in the country, the PIC or Aglipay has dwindled in clout, that today, it no longer commands the fear of the powers – that-be, unlike the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) or El Shaddai. Founded by Gregorio Aglipay in 1902, the PIC was the second most numerous denomination in the country until its membership dwindled significant Read more on this news related to 'Dwindled'
  • Senator says Ebola situation improving in Liberia
    WASHINGTON (AP) — A Democratic senator back from a trip to Liberia says the Ebola epidemic there has dwindled "to a few embers." Read more on this news related to 'Dwindled'

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