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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

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Remembering Bruce Johnson
Bike Safety Tips
SCA armoured combat show and tell with Greg Butts
Pink Shirt Day

Column: Club gives a toast to 40 talkative years

Salmon Arm Toastmasters continues to help confident build confident speakers

  • Feb 27, 2019

Cases involving drinking and driving fatalities disturbing and unforgettable

Recently retired Provincial Court Judge Ed de Walle speaks of his time on the bench

Summerland trees tapped for maple syrup

Father and son from Quebec assist Maple Roch in producing syrup

Agur Lake Camp to hold golf tournament

Barrier-free camp in Summerland will hold fundraising tournament in late May

Summerland connection in early hockey game

Two local property owners played in Montreal in 1875

  • Feb 22, 2019

Okanagan man seeks glory, beer, on frozen pond

Financial advisor Randy Wilson plays in one of world’s largest pond hockey tournaments

Okanagan missionary helps feed Guatemalan children

Seeds to Harvest brings Gleaner’s food to those in need to relief efforts.

Decluttering trend means it’s an opportune time to collect: curator

Bargain-priced pieces up for bid in Okanagan gallery’s “attic treasures” online auction

Bursaries available for trades students at Okanagan College

“With this bursary, we want women to know that there is a place for you in this industry and a place for you to excel.”

Summerland to host fourth annual Grand Sommelier Express

Wine event will be held on Kettle Valley Steam Railway’s historic train

Penticton woman captures footage of bobcat feasting on bird in backyard

‘Kim Ken Oszinski’ posted photos and videos of the bobcat from just a few feet away

West Kelowna family builds 9-foot tall snowman

A family in Glenrosa is making the most out of the snow

Branching out: learning to ski at Revelstoke Mountain Resort

It’s the first time at the hill for the editor of Revelstoke Review

Work has begun on Summerland Rotary school project in India

Summerland club working to improve conditions at dilapidated school building

Summerland school receives outdoor learning area

Facility under construction near creek at elementary school