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QUIZ: A tribute to rodeos and cowboy culture

QUIZ: A tribute to rodeos and cowboy culture

Plenty of rodeos and western-themed events across Western Canada are held during the warmer months
2,600 toys, $61K raised: ‘Operation Duck Drop’ sets records in Penticton

2,600 toys, $61K raised: ‘Operation Duck Drop’ sets records in Penticton

Funds will go toward the Dragonfly Pond Society and BC Firefighters Burn Fund
‘Community always steps up’ at Penticton’s JCI Valley Food Drive

‘Community always steps up’ at Penticton’s JCI Valley Food Drive

Donations will go to the Ooknakane Friendship Centre
Thrifty fundraiser sees Kelowna students donate $1K to food bank

Thrifty fundraiser sees Kelowna students donate $1K to food bank

The Central Okanagan Food Bank will turn the donation into $3,000 of food
Victoria woman changing the stigma around Borderline Personality Disorder

Victoria woman changing the stigma around Borderline Personality Disorder

Baylie McKnight was diagnosed with BPD when she was 18 years old
A look back at historic West Kelowna

A look back at historic West Kelowna

This photo is from the Westbank Museum Visitor Centre Facebook page
Vernon’s lost street names

Vernon’s lost street names

Story behind Schubert Street (32nd Ave.)
Political Spin: Current polls show an endangered BC United

Political Spin: Current polls show an endangered BC United

A column by Bruce Uzelman
KCR: Volunteers have needed skills and experiences

KCR: Volunteers have needed skills and experiences

These columns are contributed by the KCR Community Resources
Okanagan church camp burned in wildfire won’t return until 2025

Okanagan church camp burned in wildfire won’t return until 2025

Camp OAC hoped to open this summer but will have to postpone