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By Richard McGuire A little bird, a common yellow throat, is caught in a fine net that’s hard to see unless you’re looking right at...

By Richard McGuire An 18-month-old, all-black German Shepherd is on the front lines of a battle to keep invasive zebra and quagga mussels out of...

By Richard McGuire Haiderali Ajmeri, a budding young Vancouver film director, was looking for the perfect spot to give a desert feel to his first...

By Richard McGuire As solar panels plunge in price and improve their efficiency, more and more South Okanagan businesses and homeowners are installing them. The price...

By Richard McGuire About six years ago, Special Olympics South Okanagan got the idea of holding a bowling tournament against local seniors, The group, which helps...

By Richard McGuire The South Okanagan was treated to a rare celestial phenomenon on Aug. 21 when a solar eclipse passed across North America. The band...

By Richard McGuire The Osoyoos Desert Centre is a protected island of endangered antelope brush habitat on 67 acres outside Osoyoos. The interpretive nature facility...

By Keith Lacey Time flies when people are having fun and the 3,000-plus people who attend the Festival of the Grape (FOG) have had a...

By Bhupinder S. Liddar Nestled in the scenic and stunning rolling dry desert hills and mirror lakes of Okanagan Valley in beautiful British Columbia is...

By Dan Walton The high school experience has become part of the collective heritage in Oliver, and all of the local alumni were invited to...

By Keith Lacey When it comes to the game of hockey, Liam and Markus Ruck have identical answers when asked what their long-term goals are. “I...

By Keith Lacey Roelef and Jannie Bootsma weren’t there in the flesh, but their spirit, love and fond memories were felt by everyone who attended...

By Keith Lacey Despite his young age, Brody McLean has battled against the best young BMX racers in Canada and the United States and now...