Community

Technicality leaves Burton with low fire protection rating

Residents of Burton have to pay fire insurance premiums as if they don’t have any fire protection.

Art Party: the party with a plan

‘Bad-ass sparkly dance party’ ready to roll

Vancouver Island woman draws portrait of B.C. fire chief who was swept away by floods

‘I felt their loss, and wanted to reach out to them’ says Harpaul Nandhra.

Save power after Daylight Saving

Remember to turn your clocks back an hour Sunday morning

  • Nov 3rd, 2017
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AquaVan 150 wraps up cross-country tour in Vancouver
    Event showcases aboriginal achievements
      There's a buzzz around Central City
        Elizabeth's Wildlife Centre hosts its annual open house weekend

          Kootenay Literary Competition returns

          The deadline for submissions from writers across the Kootenays is December 31

          Keep your pets safe this Halloween

          Halloween can be the most dangerous night of the year for your cats and dogs

          B.C. paramedic honoured for instructor excellence

          Chilliwack’s Bill Bailey has dedicated his life to improving trauma care for patients and providers

          Sheep on the lam in Penticton

          Not black sheep, but pretty baaaah-d

          Shuswap residents step up for family in Puerto Rico

          Mara Landing caretakers grateful for fundraising effort for their kids

          VIDEO: ‘Lyle the singing pig’ searching for home

          SPCA say the pig is ‘not opera-ready’

          CAO reports to District of Barriere on well construction

          Status of well construction and paving projects reported to council

          • Oct 19th, 2017

          Batten down the hatches winter is coming

          When the nights get colder and frost starts appearing in the mornings it’s time to take action

          VIDEO: Kestrel chicks released into wild bring a happy end to wildfire season

          Work crews on frontlines of worst wildlife season in B.C. history helped save two birds

          B.C. pond hockey game receives Canada-wide exposure

          A picture of a pond hockey game in Lytton has been included in a Canadian Museum of History booklet

          Bracelet returned to B.C. WWII veteran after 73 years

          Summerland’s Charlie Bernhardt traded his silver bracelet for food during winter of 1944 to 1945

          Nakusp council agrees to tax exemption

          Nakusp council has voted 2-1 to exempt elements of the Arrowtarian Villas of municipal taxes of $3,478.

          • Sep 14th, 2017

          From BC to PEI: Couple proves to be Emperor and Empress of the Road

          Miles 0 to Mile 0 and beyond

          • Sep 14th, 2017

          B.C. food bank creates cook book for clients

          Designed for people who aren’t necessarily familiar with cooking the type of food the bank gives out.