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Ex-provincial staffer charged in email affair

Ex-provincial staffer charged in email affair

Two charges of making false statements to information and privacy commissioner laid against George Gretes by special prosecutor
Kelowna homeowner fighting battle with groundwater on Dilworth Mountain

Kelowna homeowner fighting battle with groundwater on Dilworth Mountain

Kelowna News: Homeowner looking for answers with groundwater problem; City says it's an issue around Central Okanagan
Fines increasing for forest fire violations

Fines increasing for forest fire violations

Fine for ignoring fire bans or interfering with forest firefighting efforts will be tripled, but vehicle seizures off the table
Potential build in Lake Country puts spotlight on lakeview sightline bylaw

Potential build in Lake Country puts spotlight on lakeview sightline bylaw

Lake Country neighbours asked to come to compromise to allow for view of Okanagan Lake

Lumby looking for support as village goes for Kraft Hockeyville

village east of Vernon is the only B.C. town on the list, looking to help female hockey players with rink improvements
Central Okanagan School District dual credit offers trades training in high school

Central Okanagan School District dual credit offers trades training in high school

Meeting for parents and students on Thursday at 6:30 at Hollywood Road Education Services building
Lake Country adopts three year tourism strategy: Stop, stay, shop and play

Lake Country adopts three year tourism strategy: Stop, stay, shop and play

Plan lays out strategy for immediate future, however option for hotel feasibility study questioned
Crackdown coming on passing school bus

Crackdown coming on passing school bus

Children injured as drivers pass school buses with flashing lights and stop signs activated
Assisted living rules to be relaxed

Assisted living rules to be relaxed

Health Minister Terry Lake removing restrictions on number of services offered by assisted living facilities
Lead from old pipes hits home for MLAs

Lead from old pipes hits home for MLAs

After Prince Rupert schools showed elevated lead levels in water, tests at the B.C. legislature showed similar results