Casey Richardson
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Casey Richardson holds a bachelor of communication with a journalism major from Mount Royal University.

Born in Calgary, Alberta, she spent years visiting the Okanagan and is excited to have settled in wine country back in 2020. She does keep the prairies in her heart by continuing to blast country tunes.

When she's not actively pursuing stories out in the community, you may spot her at a beach, hiking in the mountains, or baking her friends a treat.
Latest Articles from Casey Richardson

'Sharing the power' of food

Sep 21, 2023 / 4:00 am

Casey Richardson “I am spicy passionate about sharing the power that food and what we're eating every day has on how we feel.” A brand new series from a West Kootenay creator invites people to learn how to make simple food changes

A gift for newcomers

Sep 20, 2023 / 7:00 pm

Photo: Travel Penticton For those who've recently made the move to Penticton, the city has a free ‘Welcome Home’ package to help newcomers settle into the community. Anthony Haddad, General Manager of Community Services,

Plant smart for the season

Sep 20, 2023 / 4:00 am

Casey Richardson As temperatures have shifted to align more with the fall season this week, it’s a good time for Thompson Okanagan gardeners to get their hands in the dirt again. The shift into cooler weather means plants can be changed

Treasure trove of vinyl

Sep 20, 2023 / 4:00 am

Photo: CFUZ File Photo Music lovers will have the chance to dig through a huge selection of records and audio gear in Penticton next weekend. The Peach City Community Radio Society, CFUZ 92.9 FM, will be holding its 10th annual Okanagan

Scrapbook mystery solved

Sep 19, 2023 / 4:18 pm

Photo: Vancouver Police Dept. A century-old scrapbook written by a Summerland woman will soon be reunited with its rightful owners, thanks to the work of the Vancouver Police Department and a local museum. The police said they had the book

Plenty of kitties to adopt

Sep 17, 2023 / 4:00 am

Casey Richardson It's been a very long kitten season and the Critteraid Animal Sanctuary in Summerland still has 20 kittens in its care that will soon be looking for their forever homes. Lori Huot-Stewart, president of Critteraid, said the

Work 'shoulder to shoulder'

Sep 17, 2023 / 4:00 am

Photo: Penticton Men's Shed Penticton Men's Shed installing benches for Agur Lake Camp After a year of growth and a number of successful community projects, the Penticton Men’s Shed is hoping to garner more members and a space

Peek at agricultural sciences

Sep 16, 2023 / 3:16 pm

Casey Richardson “We can certainly provide that leadership, that vision for the future for the agriculture and agri-food industry.” Scientists and researchers volunteered their time on Saturday to welcome in the public for the return

ER closure continues

Sep 16, 2023 / 2:15 pm

Photo: Interior Health For the sixth night in a week, Interior Health has announced the emergency room at South Okanagan General Hospital will be closed. Oliver and area residents are advised that services will be unavailable from 6 p.m.

Apple harvest in 1910

Sep 16, 2023 / 10:03 am

Photo: Summerland Museum & Archives Society The Summerland Museum & Archives Society has shared a peek back to orchards and apple pickers busy with harvest with a photograph from around 1910. The museum said the photo shows the apple



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