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Fueled by crêpes, Vernon student wins silver in French Immersion event

Fueled by crêpes, Vernon student wins silver in French Immersion event

Isaac Tessaro, from L’Ecole Harwood, competed against 17 school districts across B.C. and Yukon
Meet me on Bernard begins in downtown Kelowna

Meet me on Bernard begins in downtown Kelowna

A portion of Bernard Avenue will be closed from May 17 - Sept. 2
Okanagan clubs ready to pull the trigger on National Range Day

Okanagan clubs ready to pull the trigger on National Range Day

Everyone 5 and up is welcome to try their hand at shooting with the Vernon Fish and Game Club June 1
Fraternal Order of Eagles donates $12k to Penticton hospital

Fraternal Order of Eagles donates $12k to Penticton hospital

Portion of funds will be directed toward SOS Medical Foundation’s $10M oncology clinic campaign
Penticton Art Gallery set to host Solstice Soiree auction fundraiser

Penticton Art Gallery set to host Solstice Soiree auction fundraiser

The evening promises an elegant and extravagant affair in June
Shuswap Rotarian aims to build peace through pizza and storytelling

Shuswap Rotarian aims to build peace through pizza and storytelling

‘If we want there to be peace in the community we need to understand people in the community’
Market season blossoms in Vernon

Market season blossoms in Vernon

Morning farmers’ market and artisan night market both in season
Children’s book on Vernon hockey legend in focus at speaker series

Children’s book on Vernon hockey legend in focus at speaker series

Chad Soon’s The Longest Shot tells the story of Larry Kwong, who broke the colour barrier in 1948
Historic Keremeos

Historic Keremeos

A look back at Similkameen History
Downtown Community Market ready to open in Penticton

Downtown Community Market ready to open in Penticton

The weekly market will run from May 18 to Sept. 7