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  • Mar 18th, 2017

Local family supports Jeans Day

The fundraiser for the BC Children’s Hosptial is held on May 4

Lionesses draw for prizes

Winners collected their were drawn for the annual Kelowna Lioness raffle, May 11.

Think Tank supports secondary school’s future

Oyama Secondary’s brush with closure were part of the focus at UBCO’s Think Tank

Burgers are back in Rutland

The Burger Baron has reopened for business

Preschool a learning experience for kids and parents

The Rutland Parent Participation Preschool is the only parent-participation preschool in Kelowna

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Meet your farmer: Sterling Springs Chicken
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Canstructing for charity
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Meet your farmer: Samosa Lady
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First week of May forecast
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Event offers advice for women

The Power of the Unstoppable Woman will be held May 28 at the West Kelowna Holiday Inn

Guide helps newcomers learn tips and tricks

Moving To Kelowna, BC – A No-Nonsense Guide covers the benefits and challenges of moving to Kelowna

Advancement in local health care

Microbiology diagnosis tool to benefit KGH patients, medical students

Kelowna hospital fundraiser

Greeting cards touch a sympathetic nerve

Setting a scary example

Impact of invasive mussels on Lake Winnipeg what B.C. is trying to ward off

Activity centre grant pursued

Lake Country seeks $5 million grant for $6 million project

Jorgenson moves on from Lake Country museum

Jorgenson was the first manager of the museum; a successful grant writer

  • May 17th, 2017

Okanagan Nation sockeye salmon fry release

Over 430 students from all over the Okanagan took part in the annual ceremony

Learn Canadian history

Students from St. Joseph Elementary will be celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday

Horse racing gets a boost from Heartland stars

Save Kin Park fundraiser Saturday at the Spitfire Lounge

Kalamalka Lake consumes dock

Water level in lake rises so high that Rotary pier is under water

  • May 17th, 2017

Student uses art to inspire

Corbin Carpenter uses his art to discuss the importance of the environment within Canada

Million dollar home in Naramata up for grabs

A luxurious home valued at $1.6 million will be given to the winner of the PNE Prize Home Lottery

  • May 16th, 2017

Kids collaborate with elderly for Canada’s 150th

Students visited the Cottonwoods Care Center Tuesday