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A 21-year-old Albertan man is facing charges after allegedly driving drunk and assaulting a police officer.
Millions spent over last eight years to improve what was once dubbed the worst road in B.C.
Property tax increase at 3.23 percent equates to approximately $61.00 to an average single-family home.
Waste reduction office is asking Central Okanagan residents to keep garbage carts clear of snowbanks.
Two environmentally friendly Okanagan College projects took top honours at the recent Tommie Awards for new buildings.
All three will be visible Tuesday night in what astronomers call a "geocentric inferior conjunction."
The District of Lake Country is pleased to announce the installation of the Auris Loop assistive listening system in the Municipal hall.
The Wilden Living Lab project is now open to the public to visit the two homes built to two different standards and components.
UBCO in Kelowna will hold two days of workshops this week for teachers from around the Okanagan to learn about computer coding.
$1,000 reward put up for Buck, missing in the Evans Road area of Oyama
After spending time in Ottawa, MP Stephen Fuhr of Kelowna — Lake Country, organized a coffee house in Lake Country.
According to Oakley, the original post office in Lake Country (Alvaston), was erroneously attributed to local early settlor
The B.C. Coroner's Service says the number of deaths, particularly from fentanyl, continues to rise.
Kelowna residents weigh in on raising the legal age to smoke in B.C.
Nettie Wild's Koneline: our land beautiful comes to Kelowna for two special showings Jan. 25.
Realtors are warning of a rental scam in the Okanagan.
Tickets for three days of Canadian rockers performing outdoors in downtown Kelowna are expected to hot items this summer.
Panel discussion scheduled for Jan. 24 in Kelowna about the growing role of women in the wine industry.
A Kelowna gas station was shut down for more than hour Thursday morning due to a suspicious package.
Oyama's annual tradition on New Year's Day sees a hearty crowd test the waters of Wood Lake