Michaels: This is a safe community … mostly

“It is how a community deals with all these ever-moving elements that dictates its trajectory.”

Schell: Fooding around in the Okanagan

An insider’s guide to Okanagan food

  • Jul 28th, 2017

Star gazing: Hit by objects from space

Earth is moving deeper and deeper into a stream of meteors

  • Jul 25th, 2017
Local group gets charity status
  • 7 hours ago
Women rally at Curtis Sagmoen's court appearence
  • 15 hours ago
Watts focused on rebuilding and reconnecting
    YLW gets an upgrade to the baggage system

      B.C. unions, protesters move up

      John Horgan government pleases labour, environmentalists

      Science Matters: Plastic straws suck

      David Suzuki says Americans discard 500 million straws every day, or more than 180 billion a year

      • Jul 23rd, 2017

      Michaels: Low income B.C. residents need out of a jam

      “People look at us like we’re drug addicts and wonder, ‘how can you be so poor?’” he said.

      Hype doesn’t help forest fire efforts

      Andrew Weaver’s climate change claim doesn’t match reality

      Hype doesn’t help forest fire efforts

      Andrew Weaver’s climate change claim doesn’t match reality

      Michaels: Fire hit financially strapped victims hardest

      Walnut Grove residents may suffer most from fire

      Star Gazing: Dots in the sky

      Some of them are much brighter than others, and some stars are coloured

      • Jul 12th, 2017

      The conquest of rural B.C.

      Urban environmentalists have occupied the NDP

      Furry Friends: Caring for an abscess in cats

      Cats that have an access to the outdoors are most prone to be get injures and develop an abscess

      • Jul 7th, 2017

      Stargazing: Where exactly are we?

      Through observations of the sun or other celestial objects we determine the local time

      • Jul 6th, 2017

      ADVICE: Is the time right to lock in your mortgage?

      You have to ask yourself if the prime rate were to rise would your payment continue to be affordable

      • Jul 6th, 2017

      Gardening: Reduce maintenance by removing noxious weeds

      Kelowna garden columnist Gwen Steele talks weeds in her weekly column

      • Jul 4th, 2017

      Taylor: The question we have never asked

      Lake Country columnist Jim Taylor explores Canada 150 from an indigenous viewpoint

      • Jul 3rd, 2017

      B.C.’s big money battle isn’t over yet

      John Horgan, Christy Clark posture on poltical donations

      Latimer: Video games and unemployment

      Kelowna columnist Paul Latimer says video games are contributing to unemployment

      • Jul 2nd, 2017

      Okanagan Taste: Glasses up for Canada 150

      What is the most appropriate drink for Canada’s sesquicentennial

      • Jun 29th, 2017