Community

B.C. woman finds mysterious coin among Grandma’s collection

Grandmother died when she was very young and her past is not well known to her mother

Women, girls in Shuswap demonstrate a creative demand for the vote

One of the women, described as a ‘raging suffragette,’ is the aunt of resident Phil Wright

Fuel Good Day has most successful year to date with $680,000 raised

The Sept. 17 fundraiser beat last year’s amount by $80,000

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Lumby Teen Hangout
STEM4Girls
6th annual Homeless Memorial
Families benefit from Kindness Meters

Armstrong’s Breget brothers take care of business on and off the Jiu-Jitsu mat

The 14- and 15-year-old brothers run private lessons and plan to open a Jiu-Jitsu school

VIDEO: Shuswap resident’s yard becomes nighttime thoroughfare for grizzlies

Malakwa man has captured images of 12 different grizzlies on video

Inner Peace Movement launched in Vernon

Judy Guido presents talks Tuesday at Holiday Inn Express

Shuswap ski area vies for $250,000 as top-four finalist in national contest

Help needed to accumulate votes or ‘clicks’ Friday, Oct. 18 through Sunday for trail lighting project

Boats once plied Okanagan Lake

Lake was used as transportation corridor connecting communities in the valley

Vernon realtors throwing block party for Vernon teens

O’Keefe 3 Percent Realty hosts the party for Teen Junction in their shared parking on Oct. 20

Morning Star carrier a quintessential morning person

Canadian Carrier Appreciation Day is a chance to say thanks to those who make the news possible

Thrills and chills await at haunted doll museum

Halloween-themed event in Summerland a fundraiser for Dry Grad 2020

Neglected cats get surgery and new owners, thanks to Shuswap’s generosity

Pair of cats, Ellison and Pierre, find better lives after visit to Shuswap SPCA

Celebrating Vernon Morning Star’s carriers

Canadian Carrier Appreciation Day is a chance to say thanks to those who make the news possible

Armstrong resident and World War II veteran nears 100th birthday

Paul Koop turns 100 in December and is wishing for young generations to value Canada the way he does

Pickles: The favoured fundraising product for Shuswap students

Pickles are on sale at Eagle River Secondary in Sicamous for 50 cents each

Qigong and tai chi session scheduled in Summerland

Exercises will be taught at Summerland Drop In on Oct. 17

PET OF THE WEEK: Tweety wants to grow up in a loving home

Six-month-old cat lives at Critteraid in Summerland

Vernon Mountie wraps up mental health walk

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

Teen tenants of Vernon house fire given gift of music

RJ and J.R. Liebelt don’t feel they’re starting from scratch after losing their worldly possessions