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  • Feb 27, 2019

Simpcw First Nation speaks on Wells Gray cave

“The cave in Wells Gray Park is a sacred site, and Sarlacc’s Pit is not its name.”

  • Feb 23, 2019

Family Day activities at Clearwater Secondary School

More than 100 people showed up to take part in various activities

  • Feb 22, 2019
Bear runs across Highway 97 near Penticton
Osoyoos wildfire is an estimated 400 hectares
Okanagan Regional Heritage Fair
Okanagan Valley Weekday Weather

Clearwater Library welcomes new branch head

Kaylea Prime said the job combines her favourite passions and she’s excited to take the reigns

Community of Vavenby: weekly news update

Vavenby Elementary was busy last week with Valentine’s Day celebrated throughout

  • Feb 21, 2019

Clearwater gets fired up for pottery

Within about a month more than 20 people signed up for the class, Clearwater Potters

Moose Hide campaign sees annual growth

“It was awesome—from last year to this year it was amazing,” said co-organizer Cindy Wilgosh

Are there windier days ahead?

Tales from the Bear

  • Feb 18, 2019

Community of Vavenby: weekly news update

Michelle Ward, director of communications for Canfor, said Vavenby mill is closed until March

  • Feb 17, 2019

High winds could lead to dangerous snowmobiling conditions

Advice for staying safe on the mountains Family Day weekend

Clearwater Secondary School offers Family Day fun

Taking place Feb. 18, a list of family activities is lined up for the public to enjoy

Road conditions for Feb. 14

More compact snow and slippery sections

Bands to raise funds for skateboard park

Acts scheduled include singer/songwriter Madison Olds with support from punk rockers Let’s Go

Who doesn’t love Mountains?

Tales from the Bear

  • Feb 13, 2019

Road conditions for Feb. 13

Compact snow, slippery sections and planned electrical maintenance on Highway 5

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  • Feb 13, 2019

One snowmobiler has been killed in avalanche near Blue River

Statistics posted by Avalanche Canada show the death is the fourth in B.C. this year

Moul Falls receives new signage

Signage provides needed interpretation on popular trail

  • Feb 11, 2019