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Salmon Arm walkers raise more than $86,000 with Coldest Night of the Year

Salmon Arm walkers raise more than $86,000 with Coldest Night of the Year

Local event benefits Shuswap Food Action Society
Penticton councillor Amelia Boutlbee wants a run at provincial politics

Penticton councillor Amelia Boutlbee wants a run at provincial politics

The first time city councillor is running with the BC Conservatives
Bigger new Active Living Centre unveiled for Vernon

Bigger new Active Living Centre unveiled for Vernon

New features added with $15M upgrade
Female hockey team scores with Vernon International Women’s Day event

Female hockey team scores with Vernon International Women’s Day event

Empowering Tomorrow’s Champions, March 8 benefitting U18 Lakers
Via Rail says it’s time to start replacing its aging fleet of rail cars

Via Rail says it’s time to start replacing its aging fleet of rail cars

Many cars were built between 1946 and 1955, and serve a network of 10,000 kilometres
Penticton Secondary students take on zero waste challenge

Penticton Secondary students take on zero waste challenge

Four themed weeks from recycled clothing to reducing plastics and food waste
Helping Ukraine with West Kelowna charity basketball game

Helping Ukraine with West Kelowna charity basketball game

West Kelowna Mayor Gord Milsom is expected to participate
Kelowna charitable group seeks medical supplies for Ukraine

Kelowna charitable group seeks medical supplies for Ukraine

The Bravery Foundation is looking for support for Canadian volunteer medics
Get ready for spring with Seedy Sunday in Kelowna

Get ready for spring with Seedy Sunday in Kelowna

The event is scheduled for March 10
‘The place won’t be the same without you,’ Kelowna city clerk retiring

‘The place won’t be the same without you,’ Kelowna city clerk retiring

Stephen Flemming has been with the city for 21 years, and city clerk since 2008