Jean Russell

A book for Bailey to let her ‘fly again’

"My grand children thought the book was very sad but I told them … Bailey's story will go on forever and ever because it's in print.

On thin ice: Kelowna man offers cautionary tale

Gord Leishman has been ice fishing all his adult life, so it shocked him how fast the ice broke beneath his feet ...

Neighbourhood shares love with a golden dog

“I can see the power of pets — how they add to our family, our community, our lives.

PJs and storybooks for Kelowna kids

With helpers like Syd McGuigan, the Kelowna Salvation Army should have plenty to offer kids and their families this Christmas.

Letters, we get letters

Okanaganites love to voice an opinion — or in this case text, message, type or scribble it down on paper.

Columnist compendium: Some thoughts our columnists shared this week

Capital News columnists share their opinions and the latest from their professions. Here's a round-up of what they had to offer last week.

Tribute to a legend, with message attached

Peachland's Marty Edwards is back on stage with his Kenny Rogers tribute act, and a message about getting cancer before it gets you.

Remembering Bill Vos: Family and creating parks what he loved most

Vast tracts of land and intimate historical settings are preserved as Okanagan regional parks, thanks in large part to Bill Vos.

Columnist compendium: Our columnists shared their thoughts this week

Capital News columnists share their opinions and the latest from their professions. Here's a round-up of what they had to offer last week.

Pack the Pack: Chocolate or a gift card precious to the homeless

Thoughts and feelings flood through our minds when we see someone who looks like they’re homeless on the streets of Kelowna.

Children have unrestricted access to violent pornography: documentary

Jared and Michelle Brock have made a documentary, Over 18, as a wake up call to parents.

Our columnists shared their thoughts with Kelowna this week

Capital News columnists share their opinions and the latest from their professions. Here's a round-up of what they had to say last week.

Good morning Kelowna, Thursday Oct. 27, 2016

One beautiful and one hilarious image to look at inside this morning's welcome to your day.

Tech Talk: Legal ramifications of your online presence

"What people don't realize is they leave tracks. It's an electronic trail." —Sean Pihl, Pihl Law Corp.

Full-on winter arrives at Big White

Big White Ski Resort opened last weekend and now has almost four feet of the fluffy stuff.

State-of-the-art tools for KGH operations

The Interior Heart and Surgical Centre at Kelowna General Hospital is scheduled to open in September, 2015.

Car vs bus at Crystal Waters Road

Woman taken to hospital after her car collides with bus

Update: Female driver of a vehicle in Wood Lake confirmed deceased

Highway 97 between Winfield and Oyama about to reopen after fatal accident preliminary investigation.

Russell: Stupidity learns no lessons

“Unbelievable hey? The day after,” was the curt comment between dispatcher and Mountie Thursday afternoon as the light faded from the sky.