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New tourism market group prepares for 2018
Ammonia is inherently dangerous and should be not used in skating and curling rinks, says one expert
28 demonstrators began blocking the entrance to Kinder Morgan’s work site at about 10 a.m. Saturday
Swiss forward Timo Meier nets two, including the game-winner, to lead San Jose
Local competitors do well in provincials
Skindigenous, a series on APTN TV, features international tattooing traditions including a Salmon Arm artist
Live theatre, concerts, events, art exhibits and more from around the South Okanagan
The South Okanagan Naturalists’ Club invites regional amateur photographers to submit their photos
Celebrating the first season of the Spirit North ski program for Indigenous youth at Nickel Plate
What do you really know about the Irish celebration?
Phenomenon linked to a powerful current created by charged particles in Earth’s upper atmosphere
Feds have said they won’t try to recover money overpaid until all outstanding issues are fixed
Medal winners at Western Canadian Business Competition
U.S. and other petroleum-rich countries aren’t cutting production
Targeting empty homes seems confused and ineffective
In 2014, the B.C. government announced it would raise the speed limit on some Southern Interior highways including the Okanagan Connector.
Then in 2016, variable speed limits were activated with electronic signs. This past winter a number of crashes on the Coquihalla has spurred conversation about the speed limits once again.
Now we are asking you what your thoughts are: