Community

Vernon Abbeyfield House recieves donation after flooding

Armstrong Regional Cooperative donated $1,500 last month to help with the BX Creek Bank Stabilization project.

The Smokanagan, Part two: Physical health effects

“Smoke is much more dangerous than dust, no question.”

Video: Handmade homes will help feathered friends on foreshore

Shuswap student-built birdhouses installed along Salmon Arm Bay

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Kelowna high school students experience code blue
Sumo bots battle in Kelowna
Find me my furever home: Billy
Find me my fureverhome: Mittens and Boots

Fairy Gradmothers supply grad dresses to Shuswap students in need

School District #83 educators help make graduation a memorable experience

Shuswap grandmother wears firefighting boots

73-year-old Lester McInally fills crucial role with Shuswap fire department

  • Apr 3, 2019

White honoured for ongoing service to Summerland

Summerland’s Citizen of the Year has been active in the community for 63 years

Ferlizza receives Summerland’s Youth Leadership Award

Recipients honoured at Summerland Chamber of Commerce Business and Community Excellence Awards

Has the Shuswaggi lake monster been caught on video?

Fishermen film unexplained waves with black humps rising from the top

Golf tournament offers four hole-in-one opportunities

The annual Agur Lake Camp Charity Tournament returns May 25 in Summerland

  • Mar 31, 2019

Barclay once owned Trout Creek Ranch in Summerland

Historic trail eventually became Peach Orchard Road

The Smokanagan, Part One: How wildfire smoke affects children

Vernon woman’s call for action: “We need to adapt to the environment.”

Safari Jeff visits Okanagan

The reptile show embarked on its North America tour earlier this month.

Second half of the Penticton Kiwanis Festival starts April 5

The 93rd year of the festival will see 1,540 performances

  • Mar 29, 2019

Aquavan hits the Okanagan

Between March 27 and April 17, Aquavan will be visiting schools and attending various community events throughout the region.

Shuswap snowplowing crews receive rare kudos for their work

Salmon Arm resident recognizes skill in street and sidewalk clearing

A bus load of adoptable dogs is headed for Kelowna

The Embrace a Discarded Animal Society is bringing more than 40 dogs to the Okanagan

Rock layer can be seen along the highway at Sumac Ridge cut

These unique geologic phenomena are lava bombs, fondly called cannonballs. These cannonballs…