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Summerland orchardist provides training videos

Series of YouTube videos offer instruction in apple picking

Kelowna still cold enough for pond hockey

One family made some Canadian memories this weekend

Stolen giant hamburger returned with side of shame

Misunderstanding leads to removal of sizable ornamental sandwich from Shuswap restaurant

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Find me my furever home: Billy
Find me my fureverhome: Mittens and Boots
Hitched- An Okanagan bridal fair
Find me my furever home: Lilly-pad and Cali

Get healthy this March during nutrition month

Join Interior Health celebrate healthy eating habits for ‘March Nutrition Month’

Young Shuswap taxidermist honours animals with artistry

Chase resident Ivory Burke found her calling for taxidermy at age 10

When the Okanagan moved at a slower pace

A lot has changed in downtown Summerland since 1915

Summerland student learns skills working at community paper

Joshua Oggelsby is at the Summerland Review under a high school work experience program

Okanagan musicians to work at school in India

Linnea Good and David Jonsson will spend a month providing assistance and support in Punjab

B.C. First Nations youth ready to sing during International Women’s Day

Group requested to peform their song ‘Worthy’ during New Westminster event

North Okanagan Cycling Society looks forward to mountain biking season

Mountain bike society celebrates successes while planning for the future.

4,000 square feet of luxury up for grabs in Choices

Two Kelowna homes are being highlighted in the 2019 Choices Lottery

Okanagan salon offers free haircuts for homeless

Crystal Cove Salon is offering free services to the less fortunate once a month

Summerland Fall Fair receives funding

Contribution from Summerland Credit Union will assist agricultural celebration

OC and UBC Okanagan research how to better support migrant workers in B.C.

It is estimated that there is now 70,000 people working under the Temporary Foreign Worker program in B.C.

Coyotes, cougars spotted around Okanagan city

Conservation officer: “We ask that people take it upon themselves to secure their pets and their livestock so that we can minimize the conflict with these animals.”

Shuswap man takes Pink Shirt Day step further with pink beard

Don Matheson dying his beard pink in support of Anti-Bullying Day for past three years

Special-needs student faces barriers to post secondary education

Okanagan College campus not funded to provide courses for people who need one-on-one assistance

Students united in stance against bullying

School presentation dives into effects of bullying and how to put a stop to it

Column: Club gives a toast to 40 talkative years

Salmon Arm Toastmasters continues to help confident build confident speakers

  • Feb 27, 2019