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If all phone books delivered in the area were recycled, it would keep 166,000 kilograms of paper out of the local landfill.
Lake Country resident announced as the winner of the Arts Council of the Central Okanagan's lifetime achievement award.
Set for June 25, the Angel Awards is a fundraiser for Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis that will be held at Creekside Theatre
West Kelowna Warriors parade through their home town to show off their ultimate national prize—The RBC Cup.
Okanagan Rail Trail Initiative calls for trail ambassadors to help raise nearly $8 million to build first phase
Sign up and take the Make Water Work Challenge and win great prizes while helping save the water resource
Warm spring and early fire season prompts Okanagan mayors to step forward and urge residents to change water use habits
Two vehicles reported stolen from Lake Country Motor Sports
Use a bike locker eight times per month and its free as Lake Country looks to get people out of cars and into active transportation
Once the survey work is done, Lake Country can begin to plan to raise money and pay back it's $2.6 million loan from Kelowna
Notice downgraded to advisor after water main break.
Partnership with Shaw sees public spaces getting connected on Shaw wi-fi network
In an effort to streamline senior staffing resources, SD 23 announces shifting roles for senior staff
On heels of successful Children's Festival, families urged to bring kids to live theatre this weekend.
Lake Country and RCMP send out release to combat rumours in the community
Fifth year of singer songwriter competition moving along with performances at Lake Country Coffee House
Donation of $5,000 to go to the Lake Country Seniors Bus Society
TOTA predicts there will be 12,000 new jobs in tourism in the region by 2020 but 1,600 of those jobs won't have people to fill them.
Lots of talent at the local theatre coming in March, including new album from local bank CYNK
Community policing volunteers spreading message to be aware and make eye contact before crossing roads.