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Kamloops scores 11 times in second period, holds on for thrilling 15-14 win over Vernon Monday at Kal Tire Place
Jackie Harris is the manager at Loop Cruisers, which has been initiated by the Downtown Vernon Association.
More than 500 riders packed into Ranger Park last weekend for the Vernon Rattler National BMX races.
With the grim reaper hovering above the Vernon end of Kal Tire Place, the Source for Sports Tigers stared him down and forced a Game 4.
The Venom hold a 2-0 series stranglehold in the best-of-five Thompson Okanagan Junior Lacrosse League finals.
The attempt to rezone a property has dried up after community concerns about potential water shortages
One four-game suspension, one four-time champion and one franchise thirsty for a title, has all the makings for a dramatic Shaw Cup.
Falkand’s Nathan Martin has been burning rubber in anticipation for a chance to win his first BMX national event.
The Vernon Source for Sports Tigers take on the Kamloops Venom in Game 1 of the TOJLL finals tonight (7:30) at Kal Tire Place.
Recycling games and smart phone apps were on display with the B.C. Recycles Summer Ambassador Tour
The Shamrocks lost 10-9 to the Raiders in the regular season finale Friday night at the Nor-Val Sports Centre.
As author of A Garage Full of Ferraris, Keith Johnston interviewed 15 different leaders
Breakfast on the Farm stakes place at Riverbreeze Farms Saturday.
Adam Archibald got to celebrate his birthday with 2,000 of his new friends and more than 20 NHL players at Kal Beach
“I really enjoy seeing the smiles on their faces,” said Erik Hurtado. “It reminds me what soccer is all about.”
Slide Into Summer was a splashing success at Atlantis Waterslides
The Vernon Source for Sports Tigers put their foot on the gas, moved into the fast lane and were never seen from again.
It was off the ice and into the heat as Predator Ridge Golf Resort hosted 44 NHL players
Tim Milne will be ripping around in the KingFisher Destination 2725 Offshore boat
Morning Star reporter Tyler Lowey successfully completed his first-ever skydive with help from Brett Chalmers of Okanagan Skydive