Before newspapers, townsfolk kept up with current events by gossiping with the milkmaid or tickling secrets out of the town crier. Let the locals know what's happening with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$30 for a 3-day classified ad that consists of up to 10 lines and one photo in the Westside Weekly, eVent, and valley wide classifieds, a total of 5 publication insertions (a $63 value)
$45 for a 7-day classified ad that consists of up to 10 lines and one photo (a $108.50 value). This ad will run for a total of nine insertions, all of which circulate throughout the entire valley.
Click here for a list of zip codes within the Okanagan Valley Newspaper Group's delivery area. The Westside Weekly circulates to and covers the news of West Kelowna, and the Daily Courier, Penticton Herald, Okanagan Saturday, and Okanagan Sunday publications circulate through the entire valley.
The Okanagan Valley Newspaper Group
The Okanagan Valley Newspaper Group's Kelowna Daily Courier and Penticton Herald arrive on doorsteps by 7 a.m. each day to keep subscribers up-to-date on local, national, and world news. Sports sections keep fans in the know about their favourite hockey and knitting teams while classifieds highlight local services and entertainment sections showcase movies and local artists. Each publication also boasts a lineup of columnists, with the Kelowna Daily Courier's wordsmiths focusing on issues such as health care. The Penticton Herald, founded in 1906, employs a team of experts who hone in on specific subjects, such as the Home and Garden section maintained by Scott Austin. Additionally, each paper's subscribers can consult a weekly edition of the TV Guide to plan ahead and rehearse laughing for their favourite sitcom.
The Okanagan Valley Newspaper Group keeps its fingers on the pulse of its neighbourhood as well. Through smaller publications such as the Westside Weekly, eVent, Okanagan Saturday, and Okanagan Sunday, journalists cover the news and events relevant to its smaller communities.