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Kelowna organization says it plans to reach out to concerned Rutland residents
The 516-hectare Black Mountain/sntsk’il’nten Regional Park in Kelowna has 127 hectares added to it
Centraland North Okanagan residents invited to learn more about the Rail Trail project.
Kelowna Contractor announces several upcoming temporary lane closures
Freedom House, slated for Rutland area, gets council approval after long, emotional public hearing.
Organizers estimate as many as 28,000 showed up over three days in City Park.
City is on the hook after the federal government approved two pay hikes
Kelowna’s City Park will be a rib-lovers paradise this weekend.
The campus exchange is the last piece of the RapidBus system through Kelowna and Central Okanagan
West Kelowna council wants a review of trustee representation ratios on the Westside.
Superintendent says despite challenges, this school year is off to a great start.
Gym in Interior Health building already proving popular with area residents.
Kelowna’s mayor will ask regional board to review how EOC is operated and staffed.
Kelowna, West Kelowna and the regional district announced plans to re-open parks.
Federal employees affected by faulty Phoenix payroll system protest outside Kelowna MP’s office.
The Kelowna-based group named this year’s winner of the Council of the Federation Literacy Award.
College appoints associate dean Phil Ashman as it new Central Okanagan regional dean.
Tweaking may occur but changes are coming vows the prime minister.
Tom Dyas says Justin Trudeau is wrong to say high-income earners pay less tax than $50K folks
This year 37 finalists will vie for Thompson Okanagan Kootenay Commercial Building Awards.