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The fitness craze of exercising while balancing in the water on a stand up paddle board is taking off in Lake Country. The new fitness classes

The crave for fitness takes to the water

The wide boards used for paddling around lakes make the perfect platform for a core workout.

The fitness craze of exercising while balancing in the water on a stand up paddle board is taking off in Lake Country. The new fitness classes

District of Lake Country to run Visitor’s Center as of 2013

As of December 31, the district will be responsible for the Visitor’s Centre and will work with Tourism BC to keep it open.

Trevor Pearson takes a high line through a corner in a motocross race.

Young rider hopes to get back in the saddle soon

Trevor Pearson hopes to recover from injuries in time to attend the biggest amateur race in North America next year.

Trevor Pearson takes a high line through a corner in a motocross race.

Reach Out opens a second location

Reach Out Youth Counselling and Family Services has opened at a second location and hopes to continue service in the fall.

District approves location for food bank building

Lake Country council approved the relocation of the food bank to district land immediately east of the Lake Country Senior’s Centre.

Shift at the gallery

Shift features the art of Cindy Marshall and Roja Aslani at the Lake Country Art Gallery.

Kyle Zachodnik with his mom Adriana  Zachodnik and Cam Donald from Lake  Country Cycle

Kids benefit from GranFondo

Expect road closures while GranFondo bike tour rolls through Lake Country Saturday, July 14.

Kyle Zachodnik with his mom Adriana  Zachodnik and Cam Donald from Lake  Country Cycle
Jason Buie brings his band to play music from the Woodstock era at the Summer of Love festival at Gatzke Orchard on Sunday

Revisit the Summer of Love

Gatzke Orchard host the Summer of Love featuring the music from the Woodstock era July 15.

Jason Buie brings his band to play music from the Woodstock era at the Summer of Love festival at Gatzke Orchard on Sunday

Duplex fire on Quail Road

Two families escape harm after fireplace sparks blaze in duplex.

Developers must plan for sewage treatment in Oyama

How to integrate housing development with existing waste water infrastructure in Oyama is an ongoing concern.

Molly and Matt Thurston at Claremont Ranch Organics

Gearing up to host Feast of Fields

Claremont Ranch Organics is the host site for this year’s Feast of Fields celebration, Aug. 12.

Molly and Matt Thurston at Claremont Ranch Organics
Emma-Lee Stephens and Jennifer Chaykowski have lived in Lake Country for years. As children they were often yelled at by dock owners to stay off

Lake Country will own Ok Centre docks by 2013

Lake Country council voted June 19 to take ownership of private docks on public beach front as of September 2013.

Emma-Lee Stephens and Jennifer Chaykowski have lived in Lake Country for years. As children they were often yelled at by dock owners to stay off

Summer fun planned for local parks

The Lake Country Open Air Performances have returned with a vibrant line-up of local performers coming to the stage.

Donate the ripe fruit off your trees

The fruit tree in your yard that never seems to be picked clean each summer can have a new purpose in life.

Vernon Creek Spillway and the improvements that were made a few years ago

‘Rooster tail’ proves upgrade is working

It has been a wet week in Lake Country and infrastructure investments by the District of Lake Country for Vernon Creek are paying off.

Vernon Creek Spillway and the improvements that were made a few years ago

Heritage: Identifying what has shaped Lake Country

Hidden and not so hidden secrets of the past were brought into focus at a Lake Country heritage workshop held late last month.

Minor league ball is wrapping up in Lake Country. Parents need to step up to organize a continuation of the program.

Kids play needs adults

More than 30 children shared in the joy of swinging a bat and running the bases this spring at Seaton Park.

Minor league ball is wrapping up in Lake Country. Parents need to step up to organize a continuation of the program.

Boating a prime concern for residents at inaugural front porch meeting

Boat overcrowding and moorage at the north end of Wood Lake was brought up in a recent front porch meeting.

Not so much for club president Chris Killick to look at after a thief or thieves stole a 317 kg boat lift belonging to the Lake Country Ski and Board Club.

Lake Country water ski and board programs compromised with theft

It was a brazen theft of an expensive and unwieldy piece of equipment.

Not so much for club president Chris Killick to look at after a thief or thieves stole a 317 kg boat lift belonging to the Lake Country Ski and Board Club.

Rotary helps Food Bank find new home

The Lake Country Food Bank is looking for a new home with the help of the local Rotary Club.