Community

COVID concerns close Coldstream quarters

District offices closed as of May 18, staff still available by phone and email

COVID-19: Concerns over open border linger for Osoyoos residents

On Monday, March 16, Canada closed its borders for everyone except Americans

UPDATE: COVID concerns on high for Enderby man with cancer

Otherwise healthy 43 year old diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer

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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

In Photos: Classic sleds race in Malakwa

There was still enough snow on the ground for sledders young and old to have some fun races.

Tent homes were once used in Summerland

Temporary dwellings provided shelter until permanent homes were constructed

Word on the street: Have you made any changes in plans due to the COVID-19 outbreak?

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Observer took to the streets…

Salmon Arm council agrees to shine a light on cystic fibrosis in the community

Things will be blue around city hall when a new cause is highlighted

Shuswap history in pictures: When Alexander was a two-way street

What is the event taking place in this image?

  • Mar 13, 2020

Salmon Arm seniors take a stand to continue chair exercise program

End of popular 10-week series leaves participants wanting more classes

Plant experts to speak at Summerland Ornamental Gardens

First workshop scheduled for Saturday, March 21

Shuswap History in Pictures: Lake boat journey

A look back to when steam power was used to get around Shuswap Lake

QUIZ: Are you feeling unlucky?

There are many superstitions surrounding Friday the 13th. See how well you know these traditions

Falcons pitch in to help clean up Salmon Arm’s rat problem

Shuswap naturalist gives raptors a tip of the hat for doing their part

Falcons pitch in to help clean up Salmon Arm’s rat problem

Shuswap naturalist gives raptors a tip of the hat for doing their part

Shuswap kids use their noodles in math and bridge competitions

School District #83 students demonstrate aptitude for pasta engineering

Connect with your elderly neighbours during COVID-19 crisis

Check in on them, by phone or in person, to ensure their needs are being met

Vernon Mission auctions off TP for good cause

Coveted tissue paper is up for grabs with funds going back to Upper Room Mission programming

Tummy ache turns devastating for North Okanagan man

Otherwise healthy 43-year-old diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer

PET OF THE WEEK: Amii wants her own quiet castle

Cat at Critteraid in search of a forever home

  • Mar 12, 2020

Kelowna community gathers to support child with inoperable brain tumour

A great turn out to support nine-year-old Urijah Fisher at a fundraiser in Kelowna