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Long road ahead for safer sidewalks in Peachland

“See you downtown. Be careful!” Notebook, pencil and phone in hand, I wave goodbye to Rob and the kids and as my car disappears around the corner, I start walking. I’m on Princeton at Bonnie Lane, and I’m making my way down to Beach Ave....

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“They’re rascals”: Why Peachland’s own Elwood still sings the Blues

Imagine: You’re dressed in a black suit, white shirt and skinny tie. A pair of sunglasses and a hat conceals you from all the faces - so many, in the audience. You’ve never sung in front of a crowd. In fact, you’re not a singer at all,...

District plans July 15 reopen of fitness equipment & more news from tonight’s council meeting

It looks like Peachlanders will be able to use fitness equipment - and even play pickleball at the community centre starting July 15, the targeted date for the next round of reopened activities. Councillors were given the update by...

This Peachland family has a Father’s Day weekend tradition

It’s something Aline Grigg, her daughter Tamara, and her family (John, Tahlia and Aiden) do around Father’s Day: They've participated in the annual Walk to End ALS since 2011 - when Aline’s husband Garry was newly diagnosed. “If you look at the back of our shirts...

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UPDATED: Swim Bay will be different this year

Safety and saving money are the main reasons there's no access to the zipline or rope swing at Swim Bay this summer. No access to the lower diving board, swimming lessons for ages six and up only,...

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