Barry Gerding

New Central Okanagan school district office behind schedule

New building now expected to be completed by February 2018

Cash donations create purchasing power

Salvation Army and food banks stretch a donated dollar a long way

UBCO stands up for transgender community

Ceremony to remember victims of anti-transgender violence

Bracing for Kelowna enrolment spike

Catchment zones recommended for four south central schools

Funding to mitigate wildfire risk

South Okanagan’s regional district applies for $525,000

IH board chair: Facing new challenges

Dr. Doug Cochrane moves from surgical ward to heading up health service delivery

Sparking Okanagan interest in electric vehicles

Clean Energy Vehicle models on display Saturday in Kelowna

An alternative for Okanagan mud boggers

Grizzly Reservoir campsite near Vernon and mud pit reduces vandalism concerns

Cancer scanner campaign halfway to its goal

Push on to acquire technology for Southern Interior cancer treatment centre in Kelowna.

Water prof: Okanagan residents could be in for rude awakening

UBCO professor in Kelowna says start addressing water shortage issues now

School board looks for French Immersion input

Central Okanagan Public Schools asks parents to fill out survey in Kelowna and Lake Country

Foundry helping more youth combat mental illness

Foundry Kelowna creates access to youth mental health care services

Rutland remembers the sacrifice of so many

Remembrance Day ceremony held at Lions Park by local unit of Army, Navy & Air Force Veterans

New branding for Okanagan Regional Library

Okanagan Regional Library to unveil new logo at Peachland branch

Do we need more trustees on school board?

Request sparks school board representation debate about Kelowna, West Kelowna representation

Solving the drug overdose tragedy

Interior Health chairman says problem is both medical and social

B.C. steelhead fishery faces extinction

Steelhead angling groups demand government response

New Kelowna middle school named

It came down to Canyon Falls, Myra Canyon and Ki-Low-Na

Interior Health commits $2 million annually for First Nations elders care

Initiative to benefit 4,450 elders across Southern Interior region.

Invasive mussel warnings unheeded

Okanagan Basin Water Board worried about complacency