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“I feel like I’m starting all over,” said Vernon Secondary principal Ken Gatzke, addressing an audience of parents and others at a forum on vaping at the school Tuesday evening.

Children as young as 10 are reportedly overdosing on illicit drugs, and with limited treatment options in the Interior, one non-profit agency is hoping to change that by building a new, larger facility in the Okanagan.

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Okanagan flu season is peaking and could peak again as a trifecta of viruses takes its toll.

What can we learn from history? Dr. John Yudkin, professor of nutrition at Queen Elizabeth College of London, made headlines in 1972 when his book, “Pure White and Deadly,” was published.

Paul Kalamalka is a name which has long interested me, calling out to be researched and documented. Much of my interest in this name, of course, is because it is shared with the beautiful lake located in our valley.

When you are known far and wide as a downhill ski and snowboard resort, it can be a challenge to convince non-skiers and non-boarders that there are many other outdoor and indoor activities at the skihill.

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Covert Farms Family Estate in Oliver has carved a remarkable niche crafting award-winning organic wines.

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There’s never been a better year to see things clearly: committing to our best health should top our list of resolutions as we embark upon 2020 and embrace a new decade.

PARIS - Guests crammed into Dior's annex in Paris' Place de la Condorde on Friday amid chaos before the show. Some guests had to jump out of the way to avoid being hit as cars came to unload celebrities, including David Beckham and Robert Pattinson, at an industrious pace. Mayhem such as thi…

LONDON - Prince Charles, the future king, has long been seen as a potential modernizer who wants a more modest monarchy in line with other European royal households — and the streamlining process has already begun with the astounding developments of recent months.

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It was being a role model for her children that motivated Katie Reynders to return to school as a mature student. She wanted to show them it’s never too late to follow your dreams.

NEW YORK - Rep. Ayanna Pressley, whose hair twists have been an inspiration to young girls and part of her personal identity and political brand, said Thursday that she has gone bald due to the auto immune condition called alopecia.

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