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Club Kalamalka campground jumps into the fundraising fun by matching its campers' donations
Marion Sallenbach, a resident of Winfield, was honoured for the many years of volunteerism within the community.
With over $30,000 raised on Canada Day weekend, anonymous donour pledges to up matching offer to $100,000 if $50,000 is raised
Deal to hand-over control of old Highway 97 still needs to go through legalities but much progress has been made
Branch 89 of the Royal Canadian Legion welcoming one and all this Saturday
Language Cafe this Sunday invites people to come out and speak their native tongue, bring food to outdoor gathering
A man has been rushed to hospital in serious condition following a motorcycle crash on Highway 97 in Lake Country.
The Mackenzie Tour raised $75,000 matched by GolfBC’s charitable arm, for a total of $150,000 awarded to the BC Cancer Foundation
Four locals missed the cut, also charity a big winner at the event, which closed out on Sunday
OBWB says conservation officers doing a great job but B.C. government must increase enforcement.
The Ministry of Transportation to host an open house to gather input June 21.
Caleb Sturgeon shot a 7-under 64 on Thursday at Gallagher’s Canyon to take the first round lead at the inaugural GolfBC Championship
Aaron Schmidt and his Honda Civic traveling south for race weekend
The committee, made up of five NDP and one independent MLA, want to had directly from farmers about their concerns.
First ever event will loop around Wood Lake along Pelmewash Parkway beginning early Sunday. Half, 12 km, 6 km runs
Lots of people chose to commute to work on bikes or on foot as part of annual Bike to Work Week
Sailpast marks the official start of boating season on Okanagan Lake.
A 45-year-old man is being held in custody and a 17-year-old girl has been released to a guardian.
To claim the cash, the claimant will have to answer a number of questions to show the money really belongs to him or her.
RCMP seeking help from the public after several community mail boxes were vandalized