Submitted by Heather Black on Wed, 05/15/2013 - 11:32
Lighting the SPARC. SPARC member Sean Newton, left, holds up the new revealed logo designed for the Armstrong Spallumcheen Arts Council Society by Vernon artist Bernie Ramis at the big unveiling in late April. (Heather Black photo)
Submitted by Heather Black on Wed, 05/15/2013 - 11:01
SILGA wants to put speeders back on camera.
The Southern Interior Local Government Association voted to bring photo radar back to B.C. at the May 1-3 convention. Spallumcheen Coun. Joe Van Tienhoven, who attended, said that though it proved to be a hotly debated resolution as presented by Penticton, the motion to reinstate photo radar in school and playground zones received approval by a narrow margin.
Submitted by Heather Black on Wed, 05/15/2013 - 10:49
Storage warriors. Storage Warz organizers celebrate the $12,000 outcome, all of which will go to local charities, of the 2nd annual event. From left is Troy Fochler, Patti Wood, Jack Wood, Sarah Moorhouse, Peter Rotzetter, Ken Britton, Paul Ricka, Joanne Ricka, Yves Smith and Sue Recksiedler. (Heather Black photo)
Submitted by Stacy Pavlov on Thu, 05/09/2013 - 14:22
Out of the ashes. Gloria Morgan, left, and her nephew Tony Edwards are building a gazebo in Morgan’s front yard with logs salvaged from the old Super Save gas station store that burnt down last November. Morgan wanted to keep a piece of the 30 year old Splatsin Band building. She said the project has been a challenge as she’s never built anything before. (Stacy Pavlov photo)