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The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra (OSO) is bringing holiday joy around the Okanagan from Dec. 16-18. (Okanagan Symphony Orchestra/Facebook)

Okanagan Symphony Orchestra bringing holiday joy around the Okanagan

The symphony is making stops in Kelowna, Penticton, and Vernon

 

Hooligans has not been able to serve alcohol since opening. (Facebook)

Kelowna ‘Hooligans’ restaurant denied liquor license due to alleged gang ties

The owner of Hooligans has submitted a petition for a review of the liquor license denial

 

Matt Groening, owner, operator and plant consultant at Plant Gather (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)

Plant propagation paradise at new store in Kelowna

The Plant Gather motto is ‘take a prop, leave a prop’

 

Vernon’s Monashee Health Collective is the first serivce of its kind in Canada to be certified as a B Corporation. (Contributed)

Vernon health centre first of its kind in Canada

Monashee Health Collective certified as B Corporation

Vernon’s Monashee Health Collective is the first serivce of its kind in Canada to be certified as a B Corporation. (Contributed)
A mural featuring a scoreboard and a great blue heron is being created on The Roster. (Lacey & Layla Art rendering)

Vernon business mural takes flight

City and community support The Roster art honouring herons

A mural featuring a scoreboard and a great blue heron is being created on The Roster. (Lacey & Layla Art rendering)
The Roster Sports Club Bar and Grill has recently purchased a home with a pair of legal suites to help with employee recruitment. (Google Maps)

Okanagan business buys home to help employee recruitment

Vernon sports club purchases home with two legal suites that can accommodate four employees

The Roster Sports Club Bar and Grill has recently purchased a home with a pair of legal suites to help with employee recruitment. (Google Maps)
The Amazing Race stopped at Sovereign Lake Nordic Club, which is hosting a live viewing of the locally-inspired episode Aug. 9 at 9 p.m. (Sovereign photo)

VIDEO: Vernon featured on Amazing Race Canada

Contestants fly, ski and bake in episode airing Aug. 9

The Amazing Race stopped at Sovereign Lake Nordic Club, which is hosting a live viewing of the locally-inspired episode Aug. 9 at 9 p.m. (Sovereign photo)
People purchase ice cream from one of Meedo Falou’s Rainbow Ice Cream trucks, in Tsawwassen, B.C., on Monday, August 1, 2022. Much of Canada has been sweltering, but that’s cold comfort for ice cream truck vendors like Falou, who says inflation and high fuel costs are melting away his profits. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

VIDEO: B.C. ice cream truck operator says inflation is chilling business, despite summer swelter

Rainbow Ice Cream owner says cost of sweet treat has gone up 60 per cent

People purchase ice cream from one of Meedo Falou’s Rainbow Ice Cream trucks, in Tsawwassen, B.C., on Monday, August 1, 2022. Much of Canada has been sweltering, but that’s cold comfort for ice cream truck vendors like Falou, who says inflation and high fuel costs are melting away his profits. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
Davison Orchard will be featured on CTV’s The Amazing Race episode airing Aug. 9. (Davison Orchard photo)

Vernon farm featured on Amazing Race Canada

Contestants have to bake mini apple pies at Davison Orchards; show airs in August

Davison Orchard will be featured on CTV’s The Amazing Race episode airing Aug. 9. (Davison Orchard photo)
Angela Rogers stands at the counter of the Rogerie on its last day with an open storefront after Orchard Park gave them an eviction notice (Brittany Webster - Capital News)

Despite Kelowna mall eviction, local business continues online

The Rogerie opened in Orchard Park in August 2021

Angela Rogers stands at the counter of the Rogerie on its last day with an open storefront after Orchard Park gave them an eviction notice (Brittany Webster - Capital News)
Business Excellence Awards were held June 16 at the Coast Capri Hotel (Business Examiner)

FH&P Lawyers win Thompson-Okanagan’s Business of the Year

Sparkling Hill Resort and Fox Plumbing Heating Cooling were runners-up

Business Excellence Awards were held June 16 at the Coast Capri Hotel (Business Examiner)
Business Excellence Awards were held June 16 at the Coast Capri Hotel (Business Examiner)

FH&P Lawyers win Thompson-Okanagan’s Business of the Year

Sparkling Hill Resort and Fox Plumbing Heating Cooling were runners-up

Business Excellence Awards were held June 16 at the Coast Capri Hotel (Business Examiner)
Meet Me on Bernard aerial view. (City of Kelowna/Contributed)
Meet Me on Bernard aerial view. (City of Kelowna/Contributed)
A Gala to celebrate the finalists and announce the winners of the Business Excellence awards will take place on June 16 (Fort Gallery/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

Thompson-Okanagan Business Excellence Awards finalists announced

The winners will be announced at the June 16, Gala

A Gala to celebrate the finalists and announce the winners of the Business Excellence awards will take place on June 16 (Fort Gallery/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
(Portia-Ella/Submitted) women embrace at the everBODY models 2019 event

Eat, drink and get a makeover at Kelowna business event

Portia-Ella is hosting an event on June 4 to bring the community together after COVID

(Portia-Ella/Submitted) women embrace at the everBODY models 2019 event
Okanagan College EnactusOC members Ayden Clark (from left), Karsten Ensz, James Plaxton, Danielle Walker, Jackson Price, Rebekah Dingwall, MacKenna Lenarcic and Andrew Loken are off to the national championships in Toronto. (Okanagan College photo)

Okanagan College students off to Enactus National Expo

College team qualify after placing first in the TD Entrepreneurship Challenge

Okanagan College EnactusOC members Ayden Clark (from left), Karsten Ensz, James Plaxton, Danielle Walker, Jackson Price, Rebekah Dingwall, MacKenna Lenarcic and Andrew Loken are off to the national championships in Toronto. (Okanagan College photo)
(Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)

‘Coming Soon’: former Doc Willoughby’s transforms into downtown theatre experience

‘Bernie’s’ is expected to open sometime in next month

(Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)
Vernon’s Davison Orchards will be a stop on Season 8 of the Amazing Race Canada, where contestants have to make mini apple pies. (Facebook photo)

Vernon attraction featured on Amazing Race Canada

Contestants have to bake mini apple pies at Davison Orchards; show to be aired in July

Vernon’s Davison Orchards will be a stop on Season 8 of the Amazing Race Canada, where contestants have to make mini apple pies. (Facebook photo)
Penticton’s Wildstone Construction Group is among four Okanagan companies named among Canada’s Best Managed by Deloitte. (wildstone.com photo)

Four Okanagan companies named among Canada’s Best Managed

Two from Vernon, one each from Penticton and West Kelowna named to Deloitte’s Best Managed companies list

Penticton’s Wildstone Construction Group is among four Okanagan companies named among Canada’s Best Managed by Deloitte. (wildstone.com photo)
The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra will close out its 2021-22 season with a salute to Beethoven in Kelowna, Penticton and Vernon. (File photo)

Okanagan orchestra salutes Beethoven

Final show of Okanagan Symphony season pays tribute to one of the masters of classical music

The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra will close out its 2021-22 season with a salute to Beethoven in Kelowna, Penticton and Vernon. (File photo)