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Bowen Assman

Bowen Assman

I joined The Morning Star team in January 2023 as a reporter. Before that, I spent 10 months covering sports in Kelowna. I was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, and earned my business degree from StFX University in Nova Scotia. Later, I obtained a post-grad certificate in Sports Journalism from Centennial College in Toronto. When I am not playing tennis or refereeing basketball, I love to share stories about my travels.

Phone
250-550-7920
Email
bowen.assman@vernonmorningstar.com

Recent Work by Bowen

PHOTOS: Clay targets shattered at North Okanagan B.C. Trap Championships

PHOTOS: Clay targets shattered at North Okanagan B.C. Trap Championships

The annual event saw over 100 competitors come out to to the North Okanagan Trap and Skeet Club
PHOTOS: Falkland Stampede bucks on despite weather

PHOTOS: Falkland Stampede bucks on despite weather

The 104th edition of the historic stampede kicked off on Saturday, May 18
Fueled by crêpes, Vernon student wins silver in French Immersion event

Fueled by crêpes, Vernon student wins silver in French Immersion event

Isaac Tessaro, from L’Ecole Harwood, competed against 17 school districts across B.C. and Yukon
MMA grapples back into the Okanagan

MMA grapples back into the Okanagan

The Okanagan Fighting Championship’s inaugural event will be at the Vernon Curling Club on July 6
Free transit for teens campaign catches steam in Vernon

Free transit for teens campaign catches steam in Vernon

Two Fulton Secondary students presented to council on Monday, May 13
‘Frustrated, disappointed:’ Vernon council sounds off on pool costs

‘Frustrated, disappointed:’ Vernon council sounds off on pool costs

Costs have risen from $3.3 to $4.8 million for the Lakeview Wading Pool
Enderby unleashing dog guides for annual walk

Enderby unleashing dog guides for annual walk

The 10th annual Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides will take place on Sunday, May 26
Crews battle house fire in Kelowna

Crews battle house fire in Kelowna

Police and fire crews were alerted to the blaze early Sunday (May 12) morning
Okanagan Connector reopens almost 12 hours after tractor trailer fire

Okanagan Connector reopens almost 12 hours after tractor trailer fire

The incident is between Trepanier Road and Brenda Mine Road
Kelowna Joe Rich fire being held

Kelowna Joe Rich fire being held

The wildfire was discovered late afternoon on Saturday, May 11
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