Community

Fundraiser dinners to support Okanagan boy fighting cancer

9-year-old Wills Hodgkinson is back at B.C. Children’s Hospital after being cancer-free for a year

  • Dec 29, 2019

Rippin barn is a Summerland landmark

Pioneer family moved to Prairie Valley area in 1920

Okanagan couple hopes to return lost Memorial Cross to veteran’s family

Heather and Brian Neill found the medal honouring a WWII flying officer in a discarded jewelry box

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Snow blankets Kelowna
Caught in camera: Bear hangs out in tree in Trail
Bear cub cries for mom in Peachland backyard
Paws for a Cause returns for another year in City Park

PHOTOS: An aerial tour from Vernon to the Monashee Mountains

Enderby pilot gives slightly terrified reporter a tour over the North Okanagan

Light a Bulb fundraiser for Vernon hospital just shy of goal

Vernon Jubilee Hospital Foundation’s annual campaign offers a tax break to donors before Dec. 31

Swimmers prepare for icy plunge at Summerland beach

Polar Bear Dip will be held at noon on New Year’s Day

Skiers celebrate new snow on Okanagan mountains

Big White Ski Resort saw 19 cm of snow in the last 12 hours

Philippine diner owner cooks up success in Canada at Okanagan restaurant

Rosalinda Smelser is recongized as a Community Champion for her work

Summerland church once offered Merry Xmas greeting

Shortened form was used on a sign at the Methodist Church in 1915.

VIDEO: Summerland homes show festive displays for the holiday season

Homes around the community have some unique and colourful displays this year

Okanagan company shores up support for 22 families

Christmas hampers delivered to Okanagan-Shuswap families just in time for Christmas

Similkameen trail expansion a casualty of provincial timber woes

The grant application by the RDOS and Similkameen Trail Society was put on hold by the province.

  • Dec 23, 2019

Flipping flapjacks for Okanagan’s less fortunate

Century 21 Executives Realty, and some local royalty, serve up breakfast for those in need

Summerland’s Morton Hall was a college dorm

From 1906 to 1915, Okanagan Baptist College operated in the community

PET OF THE WEEK: Destiny and his brothers want a home

Trio of cats in search of a Christmas miracle

Century-old traditions supports the one in five Canadians with lung disease

Christmas Seals use to fight the crusade against tuberculosis and now extends to chronic lung diseases

North Okanagan hospital campaign still short of goal

Light A Bulb, or a string, and support community healthcare

It’s getting tougher in Salmon Arm to be a person with no housing

Frigid temperatures, no warm place to go, colder attitudes taking their toll, say couple

Nine-year-old Penticton boy faces return of lung tumours

After a year free of cancer, Wills is back at B.C. Children’s Hospital

Good Citizen nominations sought in North Okanagan

Do you know someone who goes above and beyond in the community?