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If the league is foolish enough to proceed with another lockout it may be the beginning of the end of several current NHL clubs.
I hope you were part of the packed house of music supporters who took part in Thursday night’s fundraiser for Floyd Vedan.
Unless you have been hiding under a very large rock of late, you are likely aware of the upcoming FloydFest on Sept. 6.
I was reminded how blessed we are to live here in the Okanagan Valley by spending a couple of glorious nights in a tent along Woods Lake.
I’m convinced that last week while I worked in my basement office I heard her pitter patter across the dining room floor.
As a spoiled born and raised Okanagan lad, I have sometimes taken for granted just how fortunate we are to live here.
I am happy the ‘lousy’ spring weather is finally over because now that summer is here we can finally complain about the ‘horrible’ heat.
I am all excited about a great big outdoor garage sale, surrounded by a bunch of old folks.
No certainty in NHL playoffs this year, but annual Rutland long weekend celebration always entertaining family event.
The Gazillianth annual Rutland May Days Parade kicks off the family festival on May 19 and I am one of three parade judges.
Forget the official calendar or even the relentless rain—we have proof spring has officially sprung.
The financial disclosures of Kelowna city council candidates were released Monday—and the figures caused a few sets of eyeballs to roll.
Not sure about you, but I am pretty much done with winter.
Anything truly is possible, it seems, if we see fighting in hockey go the way of the dinosaur.
If you’re tired of sitting at home the fine folks at Wentworth Music have another superb suggestion.
I would like to meet the person who first theorized if you want to discover whether you are good at something—try it.
For a few seconds we locked eyes, there was a glint (more like a smirk of the iris) that flickered back and forth.
My mother, bless her kind and gracious soul, used to pull out some real pearls of wisdom when needed.
The new Kelowna city councillors received their baptism under a little fire last week.
The KLO Residents Association AGM was too much of a temptation not to show up to—and I am glad I did.