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Although climate change is a reality, our reliance on it to shrug off certain environmental changes is often overdone.
Building a bridge in the Light the Portrait workshop
Status of well construction and paving projects reported to council
Kelowna fundraiser Maxine DeHart takes a look at local business in her weekly column
Coyotes basketball teams at Immaculata for two games each this weekend
Janes brand frozen uncooked breaded chicken products recalled due to possible salmonella contamination
Known as the Festival of Lights, Diwali represents the triumph of light over darkness and hope over despair
O’Keefe Ranch Family Daze aMAZEs with kid-friendly corn maze during the day, and haunted maze for adults at night
Kelowna letter writer has some suggestions for the city on dock rebuilding
“Persons Day is an opportunity to reflect on the important progress women have made.”
Emergency crews responded to the arena after reports came in about an alleged ammonia leak
Kelowna letter writer asks how long it will be before humans are the only species left on the planet
Kamloops Mounties looking for man who tried to lure girl from elementary school.
Wind-packed storm in Kelowna causes havoc, downing power lines and trees
Mounties had weapons drawn and pointed at a small grey car
Pickleball Kelowna will host national tournament in 2018 for fourth year in a row.
Thousands of customers without power from Peachland to Vernon.
These museums and dedicated Indigenous leaders are crucial to cultural revitalization in B.C.
Lawyer Paul Hergott tackles the issue of when off-road vehicles and bikers collide.
You can’t walk on water, but now we can camp on it