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Fundraisers: The Chretien Memorial Golf Tournament is set for the Mission Creek Golf Course on Sept. 6.
As his encore we have a better understanding or awareness of his quiet disease.
Sadly, neither of us was overly surprised when the tailings pond disaster at Imperial Mines took place in the Cariboo.
Here are a few local quirks you should be aware of before a list of my favourite places to go, see, do, or eat.
Being born and raised in the valley…it is my inherent residential right to froth, vibrate and fume about everything.
And wading through the murk of City Hall government-speak.
Linden brought in Jim Benning and the new GM has had a significant impact.
Desjardins holds a relatively impressive record in the hockey having coached at most levels.
I am constantly surprised at how many people ride by my house looking marvellous—but unprotected from the unexpected.
When Aubin realized there was no ribbon for the best children’s entry in the parade, he stepped up to the plate and sponsored one.
I have lots of life to plant and contemplate and some great mentors to keep me company.
Sometimes we forget to live in the moment and often (way too often) fail to tell others how special they really are.
I admit to a sense of guilt at feeling relief regarding a stranger’s demise.
Better yet, said bar fridge (a.k.a. beer fridge) was free and comes with a pedigree. Mom gave it to us.
I am consistently awestruck at the nearly unfathomable and almost magical engineering skills displayed by those who built our highways…
Boston Bruins will beat the Anaheim Ducks in six games for the Stanley Cup.
Plus other bits and pieces of news from around Kelowna.
It’s a classic example of how a small group of people with a good idea…can create positive change in their community.
While Charlie did not rush into negativity…if he did not have much use for you, he would let you know it in his own sort of quiet way.
Filling the leadership role at City Hall with Mayor Walter Gray opting to retire from politics rather than seek re-election in November.