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Tickets to the dinner event on April 6 sold out, added a lunch event the same day
Vlad Cristian Eremia is also charged with assault with a weapon
John Perks, 29, shared Facebook posts about climate change, drug users, pro-life advocates
The Kelowna Storm won the under-8 Shamrock Showdown Hockey Tournament in Spokane
The only other NHL broadcast in an Canadian Indigenous language happened Jan. 30, 2010
Michael Jackson’s estate has condemned the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland
Live theatre, concerts, events, art exhibits and more from around the South Okanagan
200-litre mobile touch tank allows you to get up-close with marine invertebrates
GoFundMe helps empower Sue Folliott’s fight
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Flare is too weak and any light show would be limited to Alaska, Canada, Iceland and Norway
The albino penguin hatched in mid-December and has been under veterinary care
The company will have it annual meeting May 2
The company said it has more than 250 million users each month
Heather Allen is a columnist for the Penticton Western News
First Things First Okanagan column: Meeting the climate challenge
The days of winter are drawing to close with the spring solstice approaching on March 20.
But just because the calendar tells us it’s spring, doesn’t mean it necessarily feels like it. Sometimes we choose to rely on other signs, even hoping a ground hog and his shadow will indicate when we can expect warmer weather.
So we want to know when do you consider it to be spring?
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