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Don’t look now, but here comes Wednesday, when delivering the proverbial leg-pull is better fun than receiving one.
The culinary competition is just one example of the fun funding frivolity planned for March 26 in Peachland.
'Chat with Charlie' sessions will resume on Friday afternoons at different locations from week to week.
There has been more noise made by Canadians regarding our flag during various periods in our history than on its recent birthday.
Despite my last 47 years of denial and rejection of the team…I must admit to having never completely given up on them.
Lives are at serious risk not because of the quality of health care…but by the absurdly short supply of help they get.
The sweater tossing incidents were not connected other than by a shared displeasure at the Maple Leafs’ on-ice performance.
Leaf fans throwing jerseys on the ice making a statement about the team's absymal record this season.
Christmas is a great time to celebrate our many ‘angels.’
Here are some of your nominations for Charlie's Christmas Angels list.
A sense of feeling like I’m back where I belong…Sometimes it feels like I was never really gone.
I am a Christmasolic. I suppose with treatment it would be curable; however, I am in no hurry to seek that sort of assistance.
Wow, that was six hectic weeks that went by in a flash, yet seemed painfully slow in the process.
…the odds that a surviving veteran living so close not only saw my uncle die, but read my column 70 years later is halting.
This is a wonderful group who make a huge difference in our town and deserve your support.
The Trip’s have agreed to play the final spot for Night of the Arts, set for Nov. 7 at the Kelowna Community Theatre.
The blood, sweat, and tears brainchild of Laurel D’Andrea, Beyond 50 was a vibrant, informative, and effective publication.
So far, 30 nomination packages for councillor and 14 for mayor have been picked up. Oct. 10 is the deadline to file them with City Hall.
When I assured him the current night of music had only just begun he just grinned and sank deeper into his lawn chair.
Artist extraordinaire, Tia-Maria Soroskie more than a smiley face at the board table of the Bridge Youth and Family Services.