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Karen Hill began her career with the Capital News in 1989. She is a former publisher of the Morning Star in Vernon, moving back to Kelowna in 2010 to take on the publisher role of the Capital News.
Kevin Parnell is the managing editor of the Kelowna Capital News and Lake Country Calendar. He began working for the Capital News as a staff reporter in 2003 and has been working as a journalist in B.C. since 1994.
Teresa has been with the Capital News for over 25 years as a graphic designer, and more recently advertising sales. Her sale areas include West Kelowna, Kelowna and Lake Country, as well as all other Black Press publications. She majored in advertising and communications in college, and will bring a wealth of knowledge and creativity to effectively market your business or organization.
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Michelle has been with the Capital News since May 2010 in our classified department and has been the front desk gal. She greets you when you come in and enjoys doing special display features for the Capnews. She is also the gal that calls you when you win a terrific prize from the awesome contests we have each month.
Billboards near Kelowna offer a different perspective on Canada celebrations
Conservation officers are expecting to see highest number of bears in recent years this summer
The man was allegedly caught filming himself doing inappropriate things before a dad intervened
No damage from winds overnight thanks to 23 kilometres of sandbags in and around Kelowna
TD staff and Kathleen Hamel to create mural at Kelowna’s Starbright Children’s Development Centre.