Andrew Tripp

Shaping up to be a perfect summer

In Focus by Andrew Tripp.

Aftermath of fire lingers as anniversary approaches

In Focus column by Andrew Tripp, as published in the July 14 Boundary Creek Times.

Graduate Clinton Boardman is joined by candle bearer Shelby Condon for the recessional finale. Most students continued on to private celebrations hosted by various families in the West Boundary area.

Presenting BCSS Grads of 2016!

Boundary Central Secondary School in Midway held its graduation ceremony Saturday.

Graduate Clinton Boardman is joined by candle bearer Shelby Condon for the recessional finale. Most students continued on to private celebrations hosted by various families in the West Boundary area.

Back to the future?

In Focus column by Andrew Tripp, March 10 Boundary Creek Times.

Giving Mother Nature a hand

In Focus column by Andrew Tripp, March 5 Boundary Creek Times.

BONNIE CUSTER and IVAN CARTER

West Kelowna couple buys Rock Creek Hotel

The new owners are Bonnie Custer and Ivan Carter, who plan to resurrect the hotel and return it to its former glory.

BONNIE CUSTER and IVAN CARTER
Toddler Jude Tyssen nearly drowned last October

Jude Tyssen’s remarkable recovery

Three have been nominated for the Royal Lifesaving Society’s Honour and Rescue Award for helping to save 13-month-old Jude from near-death.

Toddler Jude Tyssen nearly drowned last October

Take survey about cellphone service

Service, provided by Telus, is not sufficient to fully and consistently utilize 911 services along the Highway 33 route.

The Rock Creek Women’s Institute

WI awards calendar proceeds

Proceeds from the Rock Creek Women's Institute 2016 Centennial Calendar were allocated to a resident who had lost their home to fire.

The Rock Creek Women’s Institute

Midway fire department gets new vehicle

The Midway Volunteer Fire Department (MVFD) has a new command vehicle in service, a much-needed addition to the department’s response team.

MICHAEL FENWICK-WILSON

Province considers evacuation law

Some say they’re against proposed changes that would give the RCMP authority to arrest people who refuse to leave during evacuation order.

MICHAEL FENWICK-WILSON
Kettle Valley Golf Club members filled the Boundary District Curling Club lounge on Sunday to re-elect the board of directors and get a preview of the club’s plans for the 2016 season. Despite the three week interruption of last year’s season

Successful season for golf club

Club manager Aaron Rexin summarized 2015 as a very challenging year for the KVGC.

Kettle Valley Golf Club members filled the Boundary District Curling Club lounge on Sunday to re-elect the board of directors and get a preview of the club’s plans for the 2016 season. Despite the three week interruption of last year’s season

You have to pay for a job well done

In Focus column by Andrew Tripp, Feb. 25 Boundary Creek Times

A recent FireSmart session was well attended.

FireSmart session well attended

The FireSmart orientation session held in Rock Creek was aimed at introducing property owners to the fire-prevention program.

A recent FireSmart session was well attended.
Greenwood Elementary School students paid a visit to the Bored Room Bistro recently.

A lunch experience

Elementary school students visit the Bored Room Bistro in Midway.

Greenwood Elementary School students paid a visit to the Bored Room Bistro recently.
Katherine Delisle holds a handmade thank you card from the Rock Creek Fair Association. Delisle chose not to run again for the association’s board of directors

Delisle honoured at award night

Katherine Delisle of the Borderline 4-H Lamb Club was honoured with a 25-year leadership certificate.

Katherine Delisle holds a handmade thank you card from the Rock Creek Fair Association. Delisle chose not to run again for the association’s board of directors
Boundary-based forestry expert Fred Marshall joined members of the Food and Resources Society on Jan. 30 to talk about forest-related matters and other subjects.

Marshall speaks at FAR meeting

The West Boundary Food and Resources Society welcomed local forest expert Fred Marshall.

Boundary-based forestry expert Fred Marshall joined members of the Food and Resources Society on Jan. 30 to talk about forest-related matters and other subjects.

Juggernaut showing no signs of stalling

In Focus column by Andrew Tripp, Feb. 18 Boundary Creek Times

Charges dropped against Rock Creek man

The charges stemmed from an incident involving Vern Rexin and a police constable on Sept. 5, 2015.

Food and Resources Society healthy

Part one of a two-part series featuring the society's current status and its plans for this year.