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Readers have submitted names of people that made a difference in some way, shape, or form to their life.
Even for one probably originally destined to be North Pole elf, my house decorating schedule was absurdly advanced this year.
I suppose it is understandable that such grief inspiring, cataclysmic events lodge or dislodge memory bank data.
…those that helped create our history tend to die leaving those alive with less knowledge of what it is they are trying to remember.
I marvel at many of the inventions and changes in our society since my birth just 58 years ago.
Life does not get much better than snuggling up, eating ice cream, and watching Alvin and the Chipmunks [with your granddaughter].
All proceeds from the show will go to Metro Central, an excellent facility downtown.
I wanted to scream out, “Don’t do it girl, don’t buy those cigarettes.”
The only thing really missing here aside from you, Vic, is the camp caretaker Old Steve.
Charlie Hodge relates his magical outdoor experience camping at Island Lake.
Spent a fabulous long weekend tenting at Wood Lake, an annual migration for us.
Teresa and I paid a visit to the Okanagan Anglican Church Camp and a flood of wonderful memories hit me.
A bundle of old Strange Movies fans made the trek to listen to Don Burnett, Bill Campbell and Gerry Deshayes joined by Mike Ohman.
Tez and I wound up playing tourists in our own Valley last week. And we had a fabulous time doing so.
The end result was no surprise to the majority of residents and media.
Columnist Charlie Hodge talks politics, sports and the enduring emotional ties of family.
Columnist Charlie Hodge asks what's with all this rain in June?
Perhaps we had even more fun than our three-and-a-half year old accomplice the fabulous Fat Cat Festivities last weekend.
Long-time Kelowna residents will remember Larry Chalmers as a sound family and community minded man.
Chris Olson-Brown is stepping down in his role with May Days after several years of hard work. He leaves big shoes to fill.