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The North Okanagan Knights were looking to beat a last-place team and gain ground on their quest for home-ice advantage in the playoffs.
Spinal Cord Injury B.C. has created a peer group in Vernon.
McDonald's working with Vernon and District Association for Community Living
Longtime residents, as well as newcomers and tourists, are checking out the fair
Tricks proving popular during the Interior Provincial Exhibition
Intern survives a summer in the newsroom and it reinforces his interest in journalism
NHLers tee up on The Rise for Vernon Vipers inaugural charity golf tournament for KidSport.
Action for Vernon beach volleyball league at Paddlewheel Park.
Armstrong will be buzzing with Interior Provincial Exhibition and Stampede Wednesday through Sunday
Event at Swalwell Park will raise funds for charities in Lake Country
Dragon boat festival raises more than $8,000 to support breast cancer awareness and care
O’Ferrall is a finalist for Rip Curl’s The Judgement contest, presented by SBC Wakeboard.
With a successful London Olympics behind us, if ever there was a time for kids to be inspired by athletics, it would be now.
At first glance, watching a dragon boat glide through the water might look as easy and as fluid as a couple in a canoe.
He may not be competing in the Olympics, but Dylan Johnston is currently experiencing a golden opportunity in London.
Being homeless and pushing a shopping cart up and down East Hastings in Vancouver is never easy.
Plenty of entertainment for all ages at Grindrod Days Aug. 11-12
In August, Rafal Banas and Mike Fazio of UBC’s Southern Medical Program will complete an Integrated Community Clerkship in Vernon.
Band got its start in New Zealand, moved to Vancouver and is now taking their heavy metal sound on the road in western Canada
Lumby's Dayton Ricketts has travelled to Los Angeles after winning a contest and moves closer to fulfilling his dream