Lynda Hooper

Stage gets set for bluegrass

Sorrento Centre on Saturday Aug. 25 from noon until 9 p.m., is the place to be for some primo bluegrass music.

Ride unites generations

Getting thrown or falling off a horse is all part of learning to ride well.

Boards grow in popularity

Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) participants can quickly progress, developing the skills necessary to improve fitness.

Eagle Bay Day cake walk a highlight

Eagle Bay Day, celebrations got off to a start Saturday, Aug. 4 with a pancake breakfast outside Eagle Bay Community Hall.

Celebrating British Columbia Day

Indigenous peoples have inhabited British Columbia, as described in their oral traditions.

GT dragon boat crew back on the water

Watching the water dragon skim through the water was exciting for this spectator.

Brass an inspiration to many

Maureen Brass never had an opportunity to see her efforts come to fruition as a leader organizing the centennial celebrations.

Saskatchewan band takes higher ground

Higher Ground, a Saskatchewan musical trio is coming to play the Chase Seniors Centre Friday, July 27, at 7:30 p.m.

Racing to restore historic Notch Hill church

Tim Dunne and Louise Barber have taken an interest in restoring the dilapidated church.

Gospel songs for food bank

Gospel Song Sorrento is scheduled for Saturday, July 14 at the Sorrento Retreat and Conference Centre.

Lightning fire doused

The Trans-Canada Highway was closed at the foot of Mount Boysee for about half an hour Tuesday, July 10 while fire crews cleared brush.

Archery for youths popular

Canada Day weekend went by quickly, spent at a wilderness camp in the area, enjoying nature, taking pics of wildflowers.

Celebrating century of community

The Sorrento 100 Committee now has a home to display a wealth of local information in various forms.

No rain delay for pickleball

The continuous threat of rain did not deter those who attended last weekend’s pickleball open house at Blind Bay.

Activities for youth needed

It’s official, school is out for summer, despite what the weather has in store

New source for treasure hunters

Flea markets were a bug that got to Bill Currie in Calgary, and has now followed him to Chase where he has founded Bill’s Bargains.

Ready to help tourists

Miranda Schmold and Elena Markin are waiting at the Chase Chamber Information Centre, ready to answer visitor inquiries.

Grateful for dads’ contributions

Fathers are 50 per cent of the reason each of us exists on this earth.

Wigging out for Cancer Society

Hair – most of us have it, some more than others, it’s one of the defining traits of mammals – humans included.

Public invited to try sport of pickleball

“Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in North America,” states South Shuswap resident Jim Hall.