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North Okanagan Cycling Society looks forward to mountain biking season

Mountain bike society celebrates successes while planning for the future.

4,000 square feet of luxury up for grabs in Choices

Two Kelowna homes are being highlighted in the 2019 Choices Lottery

Travel between Summerland and Peachland has been a challenge

Three separate attempts were made to build road to connect two Okanagan communities

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Okanagan salon offers free haircuts for homeless

Crystal Cove Salon is offering free services to the less fortunate once a month

Socks distributed to dialysis patients

Kidney Foundation purchases 3,300 pairs of socks as part of Warm the Sole Campaign

Summerland students show demonstrations of caring

Students were in Summerland and Penticton during the week to perform acts of kindness

Summerland Fall Fair receives funding

Contribution from Summerland Credit Union will assist agricultural celebration

OC and UBC Okanagan research how to better support migrant workers in B.C.

It is estimated that there is now 70,000 people working under the Temporary Foreign Worker program in B.C.

Student artwork on display at Summerland Arts and Cultural Centre

Work from Giant’s Head Elementary School students featured in main gallery

Seniors don pink shirts with anti-bullying message

Staff and residents at Summerland Seniors Village participated in Pink Shirt Day on Wednesday

Coyotes, cougars spotted around Okanagan city

Conservation officer: “We ask that people take it upon themselves to secure their pets and their livestock so that we can minimize the conflict with these animals.”

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

Column: Club gives a toast to 40 talkative years

Salmon Arm Toastmasters continues to help confident build confident speakers

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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