Editorial

MyHealthPortal coming to South Okanagan communities

Interior Health is offering patients secure online access to their health records

Moon, Venus, Mars to appear in a triangle

All three will be visible Tuesday night in what astronomers call a "geocentric inferior conjunction."

Down memory lane, class of Keremeos ‘66 holds reunion

The Similkameen High class of '66 held a 50th reunion last week.

EDITORIAL: Camper eviction near Keremeos raises questions

Camper eviction near Keremeos by the province raises questions

Almost all cordial at all-candidates

All candidates debate well attended in Keremeos in early October.

Decision based on political expediency

No political appetite to challenge payment for participation in Similkameen Watershed Study

Small communities under assault for their business dollars

Online sales are growing, online sales are up 26 per cent on “Black Friday” over last year - from 816 million to 1.04 billion dollars.

Yellow Lake fishing is popular

After spending six million dollars improving the highway along the shoreline of Yellow Lake, local outdoor groups have discovered that the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure plan to limit access to the popular fishing lake by erecting concrete barriers at the two pullouts between the paved parking areas at either end of the lake.