Community

Vernon Sunshine festival seeks volunteers

The North Okanagan’s largest street festival and sidewalk sale is celebrating its 25th anniversary this June.

PHOTOS: Okanagan dogs impress

Dogs of all shapes and sizes were put to the test at Dog ‘O’ Pogo Agility Association facility

Community centre has served Summerland for 50 years

Summerland Drop In Recreation Centre was formed in February, 1969

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Raw video: Flooding in Lake Country
Water main break in Lake Country causes flooding
WFN proposes zoning changes in Sonoma Pines
Two-year-old falls from three storey balcony

Vernon boxing club caters to Parkinson’s patients

CounterPunch Boxing Club takes place Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:30 p.m. at IRON HEART GYM.

Boating impact considered on Kal Lake

Among the recommendations are designating low or no wake zones where only non-motorized activities and developing response plans if there is a fuel spill.

  • Apr 6, 2019

Help the hummingbirds this spring

Check out these helpful hummingbird hints from the North Okanagan Naturalists Club

  • Apr 6, 2019

Okanagan man honoured with ALS Award

“I am delighted to have been able to help raise awareness for ALS as well as the ALS Society.”

Mammoths roam Shuswap donkey refuge

Big animals prove they have a gentle soul, quiet nature

VIDEO: Jersey Day and Green Shirt Day to honour Humboldt Broncos victims

There’s a variety of different clothing to wear to honour victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.

Okanagan teen builds motorized bike

All the parts used to build the motor obtained at the local landfill and carefully assembled by the 17-year-old

Summerland dancers perform in Las Vegas

Dancers performed their jazz routine, Play With Fire, choreographed by instructor Dustin Bettger

A commitment to cars and community

Kelsey and Katrina Van Alphen run Alder Street Auto Body in Summerland.

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

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