People’s Soda earns Dragons’ seal of approval

Penticton entrepreneur Jason Cox entered the Dragons’ Den armed only with his craft soda

Moose body parts cause concern

Melting snow has revealed several moose carcasses near a popular road

SUV slams into building

A woman appears to be OK after driving into a building

  • Mar 22nd, 2017

Proposed logging prompts call for moratorium

Protest being driven by memories of the landslides Swansea Point experienced in 1997 and 2012.

Ottawa’s housing strategy offers $1 billion a year

Finance Minister Bill Morneau promises ‘new partnership’ with provinces

Kin racetrack case back in the gates

Dates have been set for court case between Okanagan Equestrian Society and City of Vernon

Ski2Tree paddling highlights


Second annual Lake Country Indoor Children's Festival


Rutland Centennial Hall 50th Birthday


Big White Family Day


Budget 2017: Liberals try to ease anxiety and get Canada ready for the future

Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivered a federal budget Wednesday that aims to get Canadians ready for a changing world.

  • Mar 22nd, 2017

Roundabouts 101

Do you know how to use a roundabout?

Funding for affordable housing announced

The province has committed $2.4 million in capital funding towards the project

School projects move ahead

Projects planned for Lake Country and Rutland Middle moving toward final funding stage

Food banks receive boost

$10 million is being provided to Food Banks BC to help the organization’s 10 food banks

Four dead in Westminster Bridge attack

The leader of Britain’s House of Commons says a man has been shot by police at Parliament.

Hunting fees will now go to wildlife management

New agency to be set up to administer the money

UPDATE: Fire crews pull man from burning building

Fire crews pulled one man from a Kelowna building that caught fire Wednesday morning.

Marijuana dispensary closing

Was this Jukka Laurio’s final appearance before council?

Lake Country councillor resigns

Matt Vader, the Carr’s Landing councillor, has resigned to take up duties as the district’s manager of strategic and support services.

Drinking water bylaw stopped in tracks

At a public hearing, a bylaw aimed at protecting the water intake in Kalamalka Lake was put on hold

More soles needed

Shoe Bank Canada is in need of as many pairs of shoes as possible for its spring drive

Work starts on Scotty Creek sports box

Box to be used for both summer and winter sports.

City delighted with millions for water project

Kelowna gets $43.9 million SEKID grant approved by federal and provincial government