Alleged drug trafficking operation shut down

Kelowna’s daily must reads

An evening wrap up of the most important stories to hit the web in Kelowna today.

  1. Kelowna RCMP say they have shut down a large alleged drug trafficking ring in West Kelowna – taking an estimated 342,000 doses off the street. Seven people were arrested in the raid and face numerous charges.
  2. Kelowna has a new place to get groceries and wine. Your Independent Grocer at the Capri Centre Mall announced it will start selling more than 400 varieties of B.C. Wine – starting today.
  3. Tragedy struck in Vernon today after a workplace accident took the life of one man. RCMP say the man suffered fatal injuries while working on a vehicle.
  4. It is snowing, it is really cold and it is not going to change. Environment Canada says there is “no respite in sight” when it comes to this cold snap.
  5. A Kelowna neighbourhood is coming out to remember one very special dog that touched many hearts.
  6. And, one Kelowna couple’s time-lapse journey of their second pregnancy was posted to YouTube on Thursday and has already received more than 108,000 views.

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