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Dr. Gail Anderson is an SFU professor and forerunner in the application and study of insect biology to criminal matters
Trails have been under construction this summer as the ski resort looks to add summer mountain biking to its repetoir
With donations in the month of October being matched by donours, Brad Gretzinger says the time is now to support the trail
Acquisition by tech company will see two discount services combined into one, expanding GetintheLoop Marketing
Winding, narrow road to see construction to widen the road.
With councillors gathered at UBCM, lobbying efforts underway to deal with Highway 97 issues through Lake Country
Decision Aid System (DAS) is a web-based platform designed to transfer time-sensitive information on pest management to orchardists
When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in Kelowna, you'll have to be on the ball to catch a glimpse
Saturday crash sees varying degree of injury from minor to serious, however all believed to be non-life threatening in nature.
Trail through Lake Country, Kelowna, and onto Vernon looking to matching program for October
B.C. Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick says he wants to see new ways to develop, strengthen and build the sector.
The Lonely: Celebrating the music of Roy Orbison will be at the Kelowna Community Theatre
School zones will now be in effect beginning at 7:30 a.m. instead of 8 with school events starting earlier.
Sandra Hakanson, a lawyer with the Ocana Law Group will give tips about the immigration paperwork application process.
New accreditation will take OC business program to the next level
Controlled smoke and flame will challenge the response abilities of airport personnel and 20 local agencies.
As of Tuesday, no players reporting back to Kelowna from NHL camps
Heat win 1-0 Sunday in an entertaining game as the UBC team wins both soccer games this weekend
Annual Art Walk event helps draw attention to innovative approaches to art making.
To move closer inline with other municipalities, district ups its DCC's