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Kelowna painter John Hall solo exhibit at KAG

Organized chronologically, the show reveals how Hall's richly orchestrated and constructed still-lifes have evolved.

Boat show heralds spring

The April 23 and 24 show takes place at the Kelowna Yacht Club’s Water Street marina, starting at 10 a.m. both days.

Lake Country Mountie recovers stolen ATV

The officer had observed in the bed of the truck an ATV partially covered by a tarp and awkwardly secured with tie down straps.

RCMP name suspect in Scotia Bank robbery

Kelowna RCMP are searching for a suspect after the Scotiabank on Lakeshore was allegedly robbed in the Mission yesterday afternoon.

Interior Health: Save money by reducing family food waste

Plan your meals before you shop. Check out the Healthy Families BC website for terrific ideas on how to get organized and plan ahead.

Home buyers seek help to muster down payment

A notaries’ survey shows nearly half of first-time home buyer clients get help with their down payment from parents.

Canadian Culinary Championships Feb. 5 & 6 in Kelowna

Gold Medal award-winning chefs from across Canada will converge in Kelowna to determine a top chef.

Kelowna joins in on World AIDS Day

Persons afflicted with HIV, AIDS and hepatitis C are not just surviving, they're thriving. Join in World AIDS Day Dec. 1.

Winter shopping for a home

While spring and fall are busier times for real estate sales, a serious home buyer should be looking out for potential homes all year round.

Christmas fairy tale play debuts in Kelowna

SNOW! A Frosty Fairy Tale will play in Kelowna Nov. 26 through 29.

Be safe this Halloween

RCMP are urging citizens to be safe and smart this Halloween.

UBCO supports drive to expand blood and stem cell donor registry

Central Okanagan family tells their story and encourages Okanagan residents to donate

Carson Air plane bound for OC

The aircraft, donated to the Okanagan College aircraft maintenance engineering program, was still in active service only days before.

Kelowna Yacht Club staircase earns awards

"The stairwell is really the signature of the building on the inside and creates that wow factor for the public and the members…"

Home furnaces in need of care

"…furnaces and other natural gas appliances require regular servicing to operate safely, efficiently and trouble-free."

In what kind of shape is your ‘Stop of Interest?’

Heritage BC wants help to locate and visually assess the condition of the Stop of Interest signs found throughout British Columbia.

Big White Racers rebrands to promote family skiing

Now known as the Big White Ski Club, ski programs are offered for anyone aged five to 85.

Positioning wineries for global growth

Okanagan wineries need to come up with an identity that they all share and then promote the entire area and its products.

Entrance awards assist UBCO student

if it hadn’t been for the generosity of Rick and Yasmin Thorpe, Rachel Pavlakovic would have needed to work several more summer jobs.

Show your love for Ambrosia apples

Enter your original, delicious and healthy Ambrosia apple recipes for a chance to win culinary prizes.