Kevin Parnell

Parnell: So long journalism, it’s been a great ride

Parnell: So long journalism, it’s been a great ride

Long time Capital News staffer Kevin Parnell calls it a career

Parnell: So long journalism, it’s been a great ride
Taylor: Bubbles of our own realities

Taylor: Bubbles of our own realities

Lake Country columnist Jim Taylor’s weekly musings

Taylor: Bubbles of our own realities
Kevin Parnell (right) and Lake Country Mayor James Baker, at the opening of the new Highway 97. - Image: Capital News file

I will always love you, Lake Country

Lake Country’s managing editor says goodbye to the community

Kevin Parnell (right) and Lake Country Mayor James Baker, at the opening of the new Highway 97. - Image: Capital News file
Kelsey Serwa was honoured Sunday at Big White. - Image: Toby Frederiksen

Big White honours gold medalist Kelsey Serwa

A day of events at Big White centred around Kelowna hero at resort near Kelowna

Kelsey Serwa was honoured Sunday at Big White. - Image: Toby Frederiksen
New group to bring acclaimed movies to Lake Country

New group to bring acclaimed movies to Lake Country

The Lake Country Arts Council Film Committee will show two films this Saturday

New group to bring acclaimed movies to Lake Country
Kelowna-Lake Country MP Stephen Fuhr (left) along with, among others, defense minister Harjit Singh Sajjan (second from right) - Image: Contributed

Keeping the Okanagan on the Federal Radar

Kelowna-Lake Country MP Stephen Fuhr’s column

Kelowna-Lake Country MP Stephen Fuhr (left) along with, among others, defense minister Harjit Singh Sajjan (second from right) - Image: Contributed
Fire crews battle ‘dirty blaze’ at Kelowna home

Fire crews battle ‘dirty blaze’ at Kelowna home

Emergency crews battled a deap-seated fire in a single family home in Rutland

Fire crews battle ‘dirty blaze’ at Kelowna home
Mill Creek spilled its banks last year, causing flooding along Adams Road in Kelowna last year. Photo credit: Capital News files

Okanagan streamflows, water demands to be studied

Okanagan Basin Water Board received funding to help study water issues

Mill Creek spilled its banks last year, causing flooding along Adams Road in Kelowna last year. Photo credit: Capital News files
Okanagan College students Josh Richardson (right) and John Navratil at the Okanagan College spaghetti bridge contest. - Image: Kevin Parnell

Repeat champs at OC spaghetti bridge competition

Grade 9 students from Lumby stand as champs at 35th annual contest at Okanagan College in Kelowna

Okanagan College students Josh Richardson (right) and John Navratil at the Okanagan College spaghetti bridge contest. - Image: Kevin Parnell
It’s an animals’ world

It’s an animals’ world

Kelowna and the Central Okanagan continue to have issues with animals

It’s an animals’ world
Pink Shirt Day provides message for us all

Pink Shirt Day provides message for us all

The Kelowna Capital News says we can all learn from the message of Pink Shirt Day

Pink Shirt Day provides message for us all
Snow impacting flights at Kelowna airport

Snow impacting flights at Kelowna airport

Tough conditions have delayed several flights and cancelled others at the regional airport

Snow impacting flights at Kelowna airport
Ray Guze passed away suddenly in Cost Rica. - Image: Go Fund Me

Okanagan man dies suddenly in Costa Rica

Well known and popular former hockey and lacrosse player dies in accident while travelling

Ray Guze passed away suddenly in Cost Rica. - Image: Go Fund Me
Gold medalist Kelsey Serwa, left, and silver medalist Brittany Phelan both of Canada celebrate following the women’s ski cross final at the Phoenix Snow Park at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

Gold for Kelowna’s Kelsey Serwa

Kelsey Serwa wins the gold medal in thrilling fashion in PyeongChang

Gold medalist Kelsey Serwa, left, and silver medalist Brittany Phelan both of Canada celebrate following the women’s ski cross final at the Phoenix Snow Park at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward
File pic. - Image: GEPA

Gold for Kelowna’s Kelsey Serwa

Medals will be handed out tonight in women’s ski cross with Kelowna athlete involved

File pic. - Image: GEPA
Kelsey Serwa will ski for a gold medal tonight in the finals of the women’s ski cross event. - Image: Contributed

Serwa cheering parties as Kelowna skier goes for gold

Kelsey Serwa will ski in the women’s ski cross event this evening in Kelowna

Kelsey Serwa will ski for a gold medal tonight in the finals of the women’s ski cross event. - Image: Contributed
Kelowna’s Julia Ransom was ninth at a biathlon World Cup in Sweden. -Image: Biathlon Canada

Kelowna, Vernon biathletes hit top 10 to end Olympics

Julia Ransom and Emma Lunder close out the Olympics with 10th place finish

Kelowna’s Julia Ransom was ninth at a biathlon World Cup in Sweden. -Image: Biathlon Canada
UPDATE: Serwa second fastest in ski cross seeding

UPDATE: Serwa second fastest in ski cross seeding

Kelowna ski cross racer has solid run in the seeding round of the women’s ski cross event

UPDATE: Serwa second fastest in ski cross seeding
Tristin Croteau, 21, died at Big White on Monday

UPDATE: Big money being raised in name of late boarder

Friends and family of a young man who died in snowboarding accident gives back to the sport

Tristin Croteau, 21, died at Big White on Monday
Aerial photo of clear cut logged patches above Penticton. - Image: Contributed

Letter: BC forest practices need to change

Letter writer says forestry is in need of an overhaul

Aerial photo of clear cut logged patches above Penticton. - Image: Contributed