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Emergency operations director says Okanagan Lake is expected to rise another 10 to 15 centimetres.
Expected temperatures of 30 C could send more melted snow water flowing down already swollen creeks.
Provincial authorities warn high lake level likely to last until mid-summer.
West Kelowna not opening boat launches for the long weekend and a warning about debris in the lake.
Central Okanagan officials worried about large snow pack and speeding boaters on lake this weekend.
Emergency personal working to shore up protection from rising lake level.
Provincial Terry Fox Foundation seeking volunteers to bring back run last held in 2010.
The predicted flooding did not come to pass but Colin Basran says his video warning was necessary.
This time the garbage owner’s identity was left in the trash.
Clark, Letnick and Thomson all re-elected by large margins in Central Okanagan.
Stephen Fuhr says he has spoken to locals and relayed their comments to federal officials.
Dental association and ScotiaBank step up to help expand oral health program for those in need.
B.C. Liberal leader ready for a fight with U.S. over wood and wine.
Yeti Farm Creative says new live action-animated mini-series will focus on female skateboarders.
Premier Christy Clark’s no-show at all-candidates meeting in West Kelowna is noticed
Andrew Weaver was in Kelowna Monday and said not enough is being done to attract young farmers.
Day of Mourning event in Kelowna recognized workplace fatalities.
There will be eight days of advance voting prior general election day on May 9.
Robert Blatchford says he asked his MP for a letter of support and was refused
B.C. Liberal leader Christy Clark is expected to particpate in an all-candidates’ meeting.