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Okanagan Basin Water Board says its bracing for more milfoil in local lakes this summer.
Kelowna lists top wages at city hall and to no surprise managers make the most.
Ottawa announces money for 197 summer student jobs in Central Okanagan this year.
Some residents question why they may have to pay higher fees than existing city water users.
The impact of recent flooding has forced the postponement of the annual display to Aug. 5.
Kelowna-Mission MLA expected to resign the job if the government falls.
Kelowna MP announces $29,000 Celebrate Canada 2017 grant.
Central Okanagan emergency officials now starting to plan for life after flooding.
Residents on community water system in Central Okanagan East area told to boil their water.
A march by Mounties will take place from old Doyle Avenue detachment to new building on Clement.
New technology introduced to keep track of sandbags in Central Okanagan.
Despite lowering to an evacuation alert, Tween Lake Resort remains closed to the public.
With its hold on power slipping away, the B.C. Liberals still have moves to make.
Travis Whiting says continuity is key to his smooth transition to chief from deputy chief.
Docks, fences and walls must not block pedestrian access from the high to the low water mark
City tries again to come up with a policy for housing temporary farm workers.
Memorandum of Understanding ties city and college to work together in the future.
Council opposed to changing from the current weekly pick-up schedule.
Construction of Rose Valley treatment plant expected to start next spring.
Controversial anti-speeding tool scrapped by B.C. Liberals in 2001