A good way to enjoy the North Thompson Valley might be a spring wagon ride.

Take a wagon ride to celebrate spring

A good way to enjoy the North Thompson Valley might be a spring wagon ride this weekend

A good way to enjoy the North Thompson Valley might be a spring wagon ride.

Chocolate bunnies are best during the Easter season

BC SPCA says unless a family is already considering adopting a pet rabbit, it's better to give chocolate bunnies at Easter

TNRD 50th Anniversary Trivia Contest underway

The TNRD has wrapped up the first week of its 50th Anniversary Trivia Contest

Local children and their parents have been making the most of spring break with a series of activities organized by the Early Years Centre in Burns Lake.

Pjs and movie party in Burns Lake

Local children and their parents have been making the most of spring break

  • Apr 12, 2017
Local children and their parents have been making the most of spring break with a series of activities organized by the Early Years Centre in Burns Lake.
From left: Author Aislin Buchanan, Sunni Supinen, Charley Hill and Emily Hunt enjoy their snow cave.

The joys of winter camping

Aislin Buchanan writes about winter camping at Revelstoke Mountain Resort

  • Apr 12, 2017
From left: Author Aislin Buchanan, Sunni Supinen, Charley Hill and Emily Hunt enjoy their snow cave.
What everyone has in common at the Vancouver Camera Swap Meet is an interest in photography, always well worth the trip for this unique event.

Vancouver Camera Swap Meet (again!)

Making Pictures With Professional Photographer John Enman

What everyone has in common at the Vancouver Camera Swap Meet is an interest in photography, always well worth the trip for this unique event.
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Hospice holds free workshop

Living Well and Dying Well are the themes in workshop hosted by North Okanagan Hospice Society

  • Apr 12, 2017
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The Vernon Senior Secondary School class of 1977 is remembering the good times of the 70s with this summer’s 40-year high reunion. (Photo submitted)

VSS grads remember the ’70s

40 years after graduation, the class of ‘77 is ready to party and share memories and laughter

  • Apr 12, 2017
The Vernon Senior Secondary School class of 1977 is remembering the good times of the 70s with this summer’s 40-year high reunion. (Photo submitted)

PENINSULA ZOOMERS: Age-old problem continues

Seniors concerns are important election issues, writes columnist April Lewis

Too few Canadians are aware that they can use TFSA funds to invest in ventures that could bring big gains (and cost nothing in tax).

Tax free savings accounts: Part 1 – controlling your financial destiny

Are you are one of the six million Canadians who have opened a tax free savings account (TFSA)?

Too few Canadians are aware that they can use TFSA funds to invest in ventures that could bring big gains (and cost nothing in tax).
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#Untrending: The world of camera-first communication

Sea change in how we approach online communication and the way businesses will need to adapt.

  • Apr 9, 2017
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WEEKEND WEATHER: Showers, winds, clouds

WEEKEND WEATHER: Showers, winds, clouds

Environment Canada forecast for April 8 and 9 in Abbotsford

  • Apr 8, 2017
WEEKEND WEATHER: Showers, winds, clouds
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On Cooking: Is regular table salt acceptable for cooking?

From sea to Himalayan pink, salt is playing a larger role in our culinary choices.

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Shown in the photograph is just one of the cupboards full of interesting craft items that will be available at the April 18 Cashless Craft Swap, at the Barriere Senior’s Hall.

No cash needed at Barriere craft swap

Cashless Craft Swap will be held at the Barriere Senior’s Hall on April 18, from 7-9 p.m.

Shown in the photograph is just one of the cupboards full of interesting craft items that will be available at the April 18 Cashless Craft Swap, at the Barriere Senior’s Hall.
The rain continues for the Fraser Valley on Thursday.

WEATHER: The rain continues

The wet stuff isn't letting up anytime soon for the Fraser Valley.A…

  • Apr 6, 2017
The rain continues for the Fraser Valley on Thursday.
Common knapweed, although pretty, is an invasive species found throughout the TNRD.

Program targets invasive plants

It is estimated that in B.C. alone, just six invasive plants caused an estimated combined damage of at least $65 million in 2008

  • Apr 6, 2017
Common knapweed, although pretty, is an invasive species found throughout the TNRD.
Sister Aviles (left) and Sister Poulson who are serving part of their youth mission in Williams Lake will host an open house at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Saturday, April 8 from 1 to 4 p.m.

Missionaries host open house

Two young women are serving in Williams Lake as missionaries with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

Sister Aviles (left) and Sister Poulson who are serving part of their youth mission in Williams Lake will host an open house at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Saturday, April 8 from 1 to 4 p.m.
The Langley Volunteers board of directors: Barb Wallick, Zosia Ettenberg, Ozden Konen, Sylvia Anderson, Karen Long and Deb Dolton (Jessie Xi missing from photo).

New umbrella group connects volunteers to non-profits in Langley

Langley Volunteers serves as new hub for volunteers to find opportunities and for non-profits to find vetted volunteers

The Langley Volunteers board of directors: Barb Wallick, Zosia Ettenberg, Ozden Konen, Sylvia Anderson, Karen Long and Deb Dolton (Jessie Xi missing from photo).
Rain is expected for most of the day in the Fraser Valley.

WEATHER: Return of the rain

Expects rainy conditions in local skies for much of the day on…

Rain is expected for most of the day in the Fraser Valley.

Tax free savings accounts: Part 1 – controlling your financial destiny

Are you one of the six million Canadians who have opened a tax free savings account (TFSA)?