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Late French immersion program to start in West Kelowna

A Grade 6 entry point program will start on the Westside in 2019

Your Feb. 1 Morning Brief

Check out the top stories of the day in the Okanagan-Shuswap with Carmen Weld’s Black Press Morning Brief.

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Your Feb. 20, 2018 Morning Brief
54-40 performs in Vernon, B.C.
Moose pose highway danger...and they're pretty fast too
Fernie deer respect traffic laws

Jury trial for Liquid Zoo bouncer underway

A jury trial for a Kelowna bouncer who allegedly assaulted a customer got underway this week.

Kelowna environmental activist dies

Long-time Kelowna environmental activist, Bob Purdy died this week after a battle with cancer.

French immersion up for discussion in West Kelowna

The Central Okanagan Public Schools board will be discussing options tonight

Alleged shotgun toting man arrested

Two people have been taken into police custody after a report of a man being armed with a shotgun.

Let’s Talk money for Foundry Kelowna

Bell’s Let’s Talk Community Fund gives Kelowna mental health facility for youth $17,000

School district plans continue for grade reconfiguration

A report will be presented during tonight’s Central Okanagan Public Schools board meeting

Dog licence renewal time in Central Okanagan

Dog owners reminded to renew licences or face hefty fines

Your Jan. 31 Morning Brief

Check out the top stories of the day in the Okanagan-Shuswap with Carmen Weld’s Black Press Morning Brief.

Canada’s top chefs convene in Kelowna

Eleven chefs will compete for gold as they participate in three events over BC Feb. 2 - 3

Penticton group, IH eyeing overdose prevention site

Discussions still in ‘very early’ stages, as interested groups study feasibility in the city

100 year old shares secret to longevity

Kelowna resident Fernande Bertrand celebrated her 100th birthday Saturday

Kelowna man takes down for sale sign after attention

Kane Blake took down his for-sale sign, which draws attention to an alleged unruly neighbour

Sit-in takes aim at City of Penticton’s panhandling squabble

About 25 people showed up Tuesday to support Paul Braun, taken to court over a panhandling dispute

City of Fernie regains access to arena, investigation ongoing

Operational arena by next winter is the goal, says City

Central Okanagan students encouraged to be resilient

Annual Living Library event encourages students by hearing the stories of others