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OC students Unstumpable in global coding contest

OC students Unstumpable in global coding contest

Okanagan College computer science students battled sleep deprivation in the 24-hour virtual coding competition.
Invasive mussels pushing their way to B.C.

Invasive mussels pushing their way to B.C.

Invasive mussels that devastated lakes in eastern North America are getting closer to B.C.
Regional economy looks promising

Regional economy looks promising

Outlook for 2017 across Thompson Okanagan region is largely positive, forecasts Central 1 Credit Union senior economist.
Lucky pooch's icy rescue

Lucky pooch's icy rescue

Aspen the border collie is barking the praises of two men that jumped into action to save her
Glenmore firehall expansion squeezed from budget

Glenmore firehall expansion squeezed from budget

Council ties firehall to completion of John Hindle Drive. Fire chief says area needs faster response times now from pro firefighters.
The death of Alan Thicke — is hockey OK for seniors?

The death of Alan Thicke — is hockey OK for seniors?

Five players over the age of 65 have suffered heart attacks during, or just after, games at Parksville's Oceanside Arena the past five years
Tractor trailer fire on Coquihalla

Tractor trailer fire on Coquihalla

Coquihalla tractor trailer fire outside of Merritt Thursday afternoon
Vet steps up to help majestic patient

Vet steps up to help majestic patient

“Eddie” the bald eagle couldn't fly when he was discovered in Eagle Bay
B.C. medical shift is necessary but painful

B.C. medical shift is necessary but painful

People on high doses of opioid prescriptions are being weaned down as the B.C. medical field responds to research revealing harms.
Dinosaurs roar in the Okanagan

Dinosaurs roar in the Okanagan

Vernon’s Okanagan Science Centre will host Dinosaurs Unearthed from March 4 to Aug. 31.