Community

Okanagan Mountie wraps up mental health walk

Watch as RCMP Sgt. Rob Farrer takes his final steps to fight mental health stigma

Foundation sticks with familiar face at North Okanagan hospital

Vernon Jubilee Hospital Foundation keeps Kate McBrearty on as executive director

Women’s Shelter Society hosting Halloween party fundraiser Oct. 26

There will be live music and prizes for best costume

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Fire Prevention Week sparks safety reminder for Okanagan residents

Not every hero wears a cape. Plan and practise your escape

Tours will examine Anglican Cemetery in Summerland

Since 1908, pioneer families in community have been buried in cemetery

Summerland intersection was known as Five Corners

Gas station now located at entrance to the community

Okanagan hotel manager plans to turn spare rooms into affordable housing

Village Green Hotel’s Jay Rosenberger has been his own journey of recovery, and now wants to help

Okanagan Community School shares marvel of mentorships

Young girl starts new chapter in life with help with new book

North Okanagan meter money feeds family support

North Okanagan Youth and Family Services Society benefits from Kindness Meters

Sicamous fundraiser for family who lost home in suspicious blaze

Samara Palmer lost her home in a suspicious fire at the end of August

Baking show contestant from Revelstoke still in the running

Liam Harrap auditioned for the first two seasons of The Great Canadian Baking Show as well

Old gas pump on display at Summerland Museum

Pump had been used at packing house, but full historical details are not known

Summerland train ride will be a scary experience

Kettle Valley Railway Terror Train on Oct. 25, 26 and 27 will leave riders petrified

Glimpses of Revelstoke’s past for Oct. 3

Items from Revelstoke newspapers, as gleaned and edited by Cathy English, curator…

  • Oct 3, 2019

Revelstoke musician celebrates first album release

It was the first time in several years that Holten House had such a muscial event

VIDEO: Horses bring joy and excitement to Salmon Arm seniors

Two Andalusian beauties pop in to Interior Health facility for pats and treats

New farmer joins the Revelstoke market scene

The farmer of Bear Dude Farm is one of less than 10 per cent of farmers in Canada under 35 years old

Tulip sales commemorate liberation of the Netherlands

Summerland Legion selling tulips for 75th anniversary of liberation during Second World War

Open house will feature Summerland Ornamental Gardens

Event scheduled for Oct 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Donation of life-saving devices honours memory of Salmon Arm student

Grandparent provides automatic external defibrillators hoping they never need to be used