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The Fred Page Cup came to a screeching halt as the Coquitlam Express completed the sweep of Vernon Vipers.
One in four children have sleep issues at some point in their childhood. But Allison Briggs has a way of helping sleep-deprived parents.
The Vernon Vipers melted away a 3-0 lead and lost 6-4 to the Coquitlam Express in Game 1 of the B.C. Hockey League finals.
The gazebo is currently up for auction at timberframecorp.com. Bidding carries on until 10 p.m. April 30.
The Vernon Vipers lost in overtime 4-3 to the Coquitlam Express in Game 2 of the B.C. Hockey League best-of-seven finals series.
The Vernon Vipers melted away a 3-0 lead to the Coquitlam Express in Game 1 of the Fred Page Cup.
Buckle up for some high-flying, cowboy-tossing, hoof-stomping eight-seconds of bull riding.
Joe Enevoldson has been named U16 B.C. boys head coach for the Canadian Basketball Championships
Meet sports-finatic Tyler Lowey, filling in for Graeme Corbett, in the sports section
Trio of Paralympic gold medallists, recently returned from the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, celebrated
Colton Sparrow and Liam Coughlin have committed to NCAA Division 1 programs for next season.
Ash Simpson opened Cell Werx, a cell phone repair business, Feb. 1 on Vernon’s 30th Avenue.
The Vernon Vipers won their first game of the round-robin against the Victoria Grizzlies 5-4
With 2,500 fans in the building, the Vernon Vipers needed just one goal to shatter the Kal Tire Place noise level Friday night.
Olive Us is an olive oil and vinegar tasting room with hundreds of different oils, special pastas and sea salts.
The Vernon Vipers were one game away from eliminating the Penticton Vees in the B.C. Hockey League Interior Conference finals.
The Penticton Vees, with a 2-1 series lead, entered Kal Tire Place Tuesday night looking to head home comfortably ahead of the Vipers.
The Vernon Vipers narrowly edged out the Penticton Vees 3-2 in a Game 5 battle at the South Okanagan Events Centre.
The Penticton Vees entered Kal Tire Place looking to leave with a 3-1 series lead and full control of the B.C. Hockey League playoff series.
Diane Schuetze’s leaves Thompson Rivers University as the greatest women’s basketball player the school has ever seen.