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Bowen Assman

Bowen Assman

I joined The Morning Star team in January 2023 as a reporter. Before that, I spent 10 months covering sports in Kelowna. I was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, and earned my business degree from StFX University in Nova Scotia. Later, I obtained a post-grad certificate in Sports Journalism from Centennial College in Toronto. When I am not playing tennis or refereeing basketball, I love to share stories about my travels.

Phone
250-550-7920
Email
bowen.assman@vernonmorningstar.com

Recent Work by Bowen

Schools on alert as Lumby death sparks community outrage

Schools on alert as Lumby death sparks community outrage

‘The grief is quickly turning into anger, as people go longer without any answers’: Mayor
UPDATE: Search for missing Lumby woman ends in tragedy

UPDATE: Search for missing Lumby woman ends in tragedy

Tatjana Stefanski was last seen in her ex-husband’s car
Daughter speaks out after mom found dead following alleged abduction in Lumby

Daughter speaks out after mom found dead following alleged abduction in Lumby

RCMP located the deceased woman after investigating an alleged abduction
Search still underway for missing woman last seen near Lumby

Search still underway for missing woman last seen near Lumby

Tatjana Stefanski went missing Saturday morning, last seen in her ex-husband’s car
B.C. boosts Vernon schools with $260K to support students

B.C. boosts Vernon schools with $260K to support students

The funds will help pay for student necessities, including supplies and class trips
Voting opens as Okanagan musician seeks victory in country competition

Voting opens as Okanagan musician seeks victory in country competition

Zach McPhee is looking to win Sirius XM’s Top of the Country Competition
Enderby’s Kraft Hockeyville momentum catches Vancouver Canucks

Enderby’s Kraft Hockeyville momentum catches Vancouver Canucks

Vancouver alum Kirk McLean and mascot Fin visit Enderby Arena
North Okanagan’s Kal Lake at lowest water level since 2004

North Okanagan’s Kal Lake at lowest water level since 2004

The snow pack is 40 per cent lower than it was in 2023
Okanagan teen grapples for gold at Pan-American jiu-jitsu competition

Okanagan teen grapples for gold at Pan-American jiu-jitsu competition

Lillatron, the brazilian jiu-jitsu athlete, claimed gold in the purple belt medium division
Chase gets arena facelift, after winning Vancouver Canucks contest

Chase gets arena facelift, after winning Vancouver Canucks contest

The Art Holding Memorial Arena will receive $100,000 for renovations
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