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Village of Chase administrative officer Joni Heinrich gave an update recently on village projects in the works.
Sorrento Centre on Saturday Aug. 25 from noon until 9 p.m., is the place to be for some primo bluegrass music.
Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) participants can quickly progress, developing the skills necessary to improve fitness.
Eagle Bay Day, celebrations got off to a start Saturday, Aug. 4 with a pancake breakfast outside Eagle Bay Community Hall.
Watching the water dragon skim through the water was exciting for this spectator.
Tim Dunne and Louise Barber have taken an interest in restoring the dilapidated church.
Gospel Song Sorrento is scheduled for Saturday, July 14 at the Sorrento Retreat and Conference Centre.
The Trans-Canada Highway was closed at the foot of Mount Boysee for about half an hour Tuesday, July 10 while fire crews cleared brush.
The Sorrento 100 Committee now has a home to display a wealth of local information in various forms.
The continuous threat of rain did not deter those who attended last weekend’s pickleball open house at Blind Bay.
It’s official, school is out for summer, despite what the weather has in store
Flea markets were a bug that got to Bill Currie in Calgary, and has now followed him to Chase where he has founded Bill’s Bargains.
Fathers are 50 per cent of the reason each of us exists on this earth.
After long anticipation, the “Bighorn” has arrived, ready to zip in mid-June.
There is now a building under construction to temporarily house problem dogs as they are taken into control by the village.
Visiting the Turtle Valley Donkey Refuge Society is as educational as it is pleasurable.
Event proves popular and draws crowds to raise money for Carlin school.
There’s a breakout group from the Hiker Ladies who have invited men to join them on the trail, every second and fourth Wednesday.
The Chase community-operated Sunshore Golf Club has been a point of interest for me since I started reporting in the Shuswap Market News
As a young cowboy, Laine Keyes has the wisdom of five generations behind him.