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Accident causes traffic delays in Rutland

An accident on Highway 33 occurred Friday night

Apple Triathlon organizers to keep a close eye on air quality

Organizers bring event is back this weekend after taking 2017 off

  • Aug 17th, 2018

Armed Troops in Okanagan to help firefighters

Canadian Armed Forces arrived in Vernon Thursday, being deployed to West Kelowna fire

Castlegar bridge designed by architect of collapsed Italian bridge

Riccardo Morandi designed the Kinnaird Bridge, which is part of Highway 3.

Kelowna War Amps member passes along powerful message in Penticton

Bryce Cordick, was part of the War Amps float in the Peach Festival Parade in Penticton

Celebrating BC Culture Days in Okanagan

Theatre workshop, Play In A Day, planned for Kelowna

One last graduation
Canadian Armed Forces arrive in Vernon
Two West Kelowna homes gutted by fire
Asphalt truck tips over

New development proposed for Lake Country

Council will be deciding on a development permit for a subdivision on Rogers Road

Road closures in effect for Okanagan Dream Rally

Roads in downtown Kelowna will be closed Sunday for the rally

Drive thru restaurant at Turtle Bay Crossing to be reconsidered

Lake Country Mayor James Baker is bringing a motion to council to reconsider the drive thru

More Central Okanagan firefighters help out around B.C.

Joe Rich and other regional district firefighters are lending a hand

Kelowna Ribfest launch faces animal rights protest

Animal advocates draw attention to abuse suffered by factory farm pigs

Short-term rentals could be allowed in Lake Country by next week

A bylaw for short-term rentals will be up for adoption during Tuesday’s council meeting

45 people to be left on the streets after shelter’s closure, says nonprofit

Inn from the Cold is trying to house 45 residents after its closure in Kelowna

Updated: Man sent to hospital after fire starts on boat

Emergency crews are responding to a boat fire in a Kelowna home

$26,000 raised for youth programs at Kelowna lawn bowling event

On the Lawn was held throughout the summer to support Elevation Outdoors

Return of Indigenous carver puts Okanagan College back on cutting edge

Artist Darren McKenzie will return to teach his popular course on Indigenous carving in October

Kelowna chamber wants more federal money to fight invasive mussels in B.C.

Chamber happy with recent announcement of $400,00 from Ottawa but says more is needed

Two Vernon robberies in two hours, one suspect arrested

Kelowna man facing numerous charges in connection with pair of robberies and flight from police

Okanagan club milestone for girls with disabilities

Vernon-based GIRLS CLUB celebrates one-year anniversary