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A youth group from Kelowna is returning for the fourth straight year for a free weekend of fun, games, and music for the families of Nakusp.
Skier Kiley Waterfield and hockey players Hailey Herridge and Reese McRory will be representing the Nakusp area at BC Winter Games.
Is Christmas about Santa Claus or Jesus? “Santa Baby” or the baby in the manger?
Saved. Born again. Got religion. Saw the light. People use many different words and phrases for the process of adopting faith.
How we view the future can have a profound effect on how we act in the present.
Prior to moving here about three years ago, I had spent almost my entire life in major metropolitan areas.
About 40 teens from Evangel Church in Kelowna staged a full weekend of events for the families of Nakusp.
I sat down with BACA members Earl Frerichs and Gene Nagy for an update on their efforts to advocate for that elusive fixed link.
Craig Savage asked a variety of people their opinion about ferries versus bridges on the Arrow Lakes.
Craig Savage has noticed a recent trend in attitudes toward faith in North American culture excluding it from the public sphere.
There are two major ways in which we must grapple with the existence of evil: intellectually and personally.
On Wednesday, the students of Nakusp Elementary School treated a capacity crowd to a wide variety of holiday entertainment.
Joan Osborne asked this question in her song “One of Us” that reached Number One on Canadian music charts in 1995.
The 26th Annual Community Carol Sing hosted by the Rotary Club once again featured a variety of Nakusp musical talent.
Most of us have been through the loss of a loved one – it’s a part of the human experience we all share.
Have you ever had a pointless argument? You know the kind I mean.