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Okanagan

“Shackled together in the sternwheeler’s cabin the prisoners were apparently secure. Unfortunately, one hadn’t been thoroughly searched. About nine o’clock on the frosty night of March 16, 1912, the door of Chater and Taylor’s General Store and Post Office at... [Continue Reading]

The Rainbow Ranche Collection was donated to the Lake Country Museum and Archives in 2013 by Roger MacDonnell, a grandson of the Ranche Manager, James Goldie. We are fortunate in having these records, preserved by James Goldie’s daughter, Nancy Goldie.... [Continue Reading]

Look to the hills! Currently covering many of the Okanagan hillsides is the beautiful yellow Balsamorhiza sagittata  (Arrow-leaved Balsam-root), more commonly known as the Spring Sunflower. The heat of the spring sunshine has brought this beautiful landscape to life. Information about... [Continue Reading]