Submitted by Stacy Pavlov on Fri, 2014-03-07 09:39
Cautious curiosity. Sunshine Rose Barry, 3, from Gardom Lake closes her eyes and takes a chance on reaching out to gently pet one of the two donkeys from Turtle Valley Donkey Refuge that visited the Seed Swap at A.L. Fortune last Saturday. (Stacy Pavlov photo)
Submitted by Heather Black on Fri, 2013-09-27 14:08
In sync. Armstrong riders John McMillan and Cathie Taggart take a warm up lap around the fairgrounds at last weekend’s Peruvian Horse Show, which they attended with a specific goal. “We’re defending our title from the last show,” McMillan explained. (Heather Black photo)
Submitted by publisher on Fri, 2013-09-27 10:20
Cadet form. 3063 Rocky Mountain Rangers cadet corps and staff from Enderby gather every Tuesday and Thursday at the Enderby Drill Hall. (Submitted photo)
Submitted by Heather Black on Tue, 2013-09-03 15:11
Josiah Inkster has come a long way, and ended up outside.
Submitted by publisher on Tue, 2013-08-20 13:48
Exceeding her fund-raising goal by almost double, Spallumcheen’s Jane Richardson was thrilled with her Jane Across the Lake Swim event last month.
Submitted by publisher on Tue, 2013-08-20 12:57
After hearing from a handful of residents and business owners, council decided to keep Belvedere as a two-way street, at least for now.
Several people attended Monday’s council meeting where they had the opportunity to share their concern or voice their support over the recommendation of changing the one block section of Belvedere into a one-way northbound street between Cliff and Mill Avenues. Along with the speakers, council received several letters from people voicing their concern over the proposed changes, with one letter of support.
Submitted by publisher on Tue, 2013-08-20 10:03
Submitted by publisher on Wed, 2013-08-07 14:20
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau drew hundreds to Polson Park last Tuesday on a stop to meet and greet people in an area not traditionally hit with Trudeau mania.
Submitted by Heather Black on Wed, 2013-08-07 14:13
Submitted by publisher on Wed, 2013-08-07 13:51
Floaters, kayakers and paddle boarders can feel safe in the Shuswap River thanks to the quickly dropping water levels, provided they follow regular water safety precautions.