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Community drums up support for North Okanagan hospital workers

Even health care workers and fellow first responders turned out to show love

WATCH: Peachland boy gets a birthday parade

West Kelowna Party Parades made their way down to celebrate Josh Cardiff’s sixth birthday

Quarantined B.C. mom say pandemic has put special-needs families in ‘crisis mode’

Surrey’s Christine Williams shares family’s challenges, strengths

Summerland Earth Week events affected by COVID-19

Individual focus rather than group activities during pandemic

Neighbours surprise and move Shuswap health-care worker with their appreciations

Residents in subdivision greet neighbour on return from work at Salmon Arm hospital

Salmon Arm Legion starts GoFundMe campaign to help cover bills during closure

Revenue from canteen, closed due to COVID-19, essential to keeping hall operational

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Appreciation for health-care worker
Seniors' chair exercise class
Snow blankets Kelowna
Caught in camera: Bear hangs out in tree in Trail

Shuswap history in pictures: Root Bear

The A & W Root Bear receives some curious looks in this…

  • Mar 30, 2020

Summerland care facility orders reusable masks

Okanagan Valley quilters ready to produce cloth masks if needed

No need to press the walk button at some North Okanagan crosswalks

City automating intersections in response to COVID-19

QUIZ: How much do you know about the Olympics?

Put your knowledge to the test with these 12 questions

Summerland churches go online during COVID-19 pandemic

Livestream services, online support provided to congregations and community

Fur Brigade Trail was transportation route in Okanagan Valley

Transportation corridor passed through Nicola Prairie, now Summerland

WATCH: Coldstream producer treats neighbours to live music from safe distance

Neighbours practiced social distancing as Jeff Johnson played songs from his front steps

‘There is community’: B.C. councillor welcomes new baby into world amid COVID-19 pandemic

‘I realize there’s much more than fear and worry… there is hope, there is new life’: Jason Lum

Shuswap History in Pictures: Horse power

A horse and buggy brings two passengers into Sicamous in the 1920s.

Shuswap food bank gives away three months of food in one week

High demand in face of COVID-19, Eagle Valley Community Support Society appeals for donations

‘Corona Busters’: Vernon man drives vintage ambulance in appreciation of health-care workers

Rob Newport says he aims to make people smile during the COVID-19 pandemic with Ghostbusters-themed ride

Fundraising initiative created to help during COVID-19

Community Foundation of the South Okanagan Similkameen working with other organizations

Column: Nordic skiing thrives in the Shuswap thanks to active clubs

Shuswap Passon by Jim Cooperman

  • Mar 27, 2020

Playground closures well received in Summerland

Decision to close facilities made in attempt to slow spread of COVID-19 pandemic