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Word on the street: What are your favourite things to do in the Shuswap in the fall?

As the air gets colder and leaves continue to change, the Observer…

Summerland Credit Union funds eight Remembrance banners

Banner project honours Summerland’s fallen soldiers

Events planned to help Shuswap residents live lighter on Earth

The first topic tackled will be consumerism and how you can reduce your eco-footprint

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Brad DeMille begins work on outdoor skating rink
Crows' walnut-cracking methods
Water walk for Tanzania
Bear cub cries for mom in Peachland backyard

Penticton resident shares local veteran’s stories

Penticton resident Dave Snyder has gathered over 130 stories from veterans in the region

  • Nov 8, 2019

Salmon Arm history in pictures: buildings collide

A.D. Booth Hauling was removing the remains of the old Empress Theatre…

  • Nov 8, 2019

Not looking forward to raking? Here’s why to leave the leaves

Nature Conservancy of Canada has good news for those who hate yard work

Support sought for Salmon Arm toddler with Brittle Bone Disease

Falls resulting in broken femur, tibia lead family to concerning diagnosis

Support sought for Salmon Arm toddler with Brittle Bone Disease

Falls resulting in broken femur, tibia lead family to concerning diagnosis

Summerland’s Bottleneck Drive members to welcome festive season

Wineries, cideries, breweries and distilleries to hold special events and offer samples

Coat drive delivers warmth to North Okanagan’s most vulnerable

Sutton realtors brave the cold for Warm N’ Fuzzy Collection

Salmon Arm veteran’s love for Canada endures

Dean Rownd enlisted in the Royal Canadian Navy in 1942, assigned to the HMCS Saint John.

  • Nov 7, 2019

Creepy doll spooks South Shuswap motorists before disappearing

Child-sized doll was seen along Turtle Valley Road

Creepy doll spooks Shuswap motorists before disappearing

Eerie child-sized decoration was seen along Turtle Valley Road

Salmon Arm veteran’s love for Canada endures

Dean Rownd enlisted in the Royal Canadian Navy in 1942, assigned to the HMCS Saint John.

  • Nov 7, 2019

North Okanagan men build camaraderie, support

Men’s Shed joins forces with CMHA for projects

Making spirits bright for North Okanagan seniors

NexusBC program brings festive cheer to low-income seniors who live alone

Poppies signify remembrance and support

BC/Yukon Command of the Royal Canadian Legion speaks on the significance of the poppy

Queen Silver Star candidates talk their way to the top

Speech Competition kicks off events leading up to the royal crowning

Summerland music teacher wins award for composition

Anita Perry tied for first place in national music competition

Langara College honours 49 alums and staff to mark 49 years

School received more than 200 nominations for the awards that recognize one’s community impact