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The ancestors of humans gathered their food in trees of the forests, so Richard Walker is drawing from the distant past when he promotes...

Osoyoos Indian Band Chief Clarence Louie admits that he’s in the last quarter of his life. But he’s going to spend that last quarter...

The most politically engaged students of Oliver are especially passionate about tackling the issues of extreme poverty and mental illness. During a lunch break recently...

It took more than 60 years to do it, but Doreen Cox has achieved the dream for every diehard cribbage player. Cox, 72, first started...

When Paddy Head was a young jockey in the 1970s, she was once offered a bribe to slow down her horse and lose. She was...

When it was first conceived by three Osoyoos women, the Osoyoos Gift Cupboard was intended to be a box where people could help themselves...

Harold Cox counts the days – literally – since he was given a second chance at life. Not only did his 77th birthday fall on...

The man at the helm of Rustico Farm and Cellars is getting ready to ride off into the sunset, literally. Bruce Fuller, the cowboy-clad founder...

The true test for new correctional officers at the Okanagan Correctional Centre (OCC) has begun as inmates recently started arriving. The high-security prison will house...

Ballet Kelowna has a new leader, a new home and a new vision to try and popularize the art form many consider elitist. Part of...

Help, I need an adult! That phrase has become far less common over the past 20 years at Tuc-el-Nuit Elementary School, where students in a...

The sport of competitive cycling for juniors under age 18 is going to get a giant boost when racers from across the province –...

On a chilly New Year’s Eve at the end of the coldest December in recent years, 33 volunteer observers set out to count birds...

The visionaries who orchestrated the revival of Baldy Mountain Resort achieved a major objective the first weekend in December. “We had the whole mountain open,...