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After a 50 year career in the packinghouse, Winfield resident puts her feet up to focus on gardening, painting
Colin Day and his wife have filed a civil suit in B.C Supreme Court after their land was expropriated for Okanagan Rail Trail.
Huge fireworks display and bonfire set for Oct. 31 along with Central Okanagan Regional District Spooktacular event
Change the Game Community Youth Fair in Kelowna puts Grade 6 students together with local non-profits to cultivate community
Travis Lowe's first feature film will debut in Kelowna on Nov. 5 at the fly fishing film fesitval
Fortis is working along Highway 97, between Reid's Corner and Highway 33, to move power lines from tall poles to underground conduits.
'New' money nowhere near enough to cover the costs the school district was receiving from parents paying a busing fee.
Brothers Bas and Tom van Steenbergen design and help construct The Joker, one of the first ever mountain bike trails at Big White
Event near Vernon and Kelowna to coincide with other vigils across Canada
Native band near Lake Country to join Native Women's Association of Canada in remembered missing and murdered women on Oct. 4
New construction not expected to come on the market until 2017 however as Kelowna sees record real estate numbers this year
On a tour of Kelowna, Royal couple fails to address First Nation's leader who urges true reconciliation
Lake Country rocker Jonathan Hintz organized and promoted the one-night event, by youth and for youth at Creekside Theatre
During visit to Kelowna, Prince William and Kate take part in unique ceremony to unveil First Nation sculpture
Conditional sale of off leash dog park property has Lake Country looking for new dog parks
Former diamond miner and colourful character Wayne Fipke takes on the life of Jesus.
Okanagan turning the page and taking lessons from 58-2 loss at the hands of the Saskatoon Hilltops
New catchment areas have distributed students evenly; push on for new middle school
Norm and Christina Sabourin had a close relationship with the Fox family thanks to more than 20 years of volunteering
With more competition between public and private schools, School District 2 moves to better ID itself as public system