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Emergency response service resources for fire, police and paramedics have to deal with increasing Kelowna motor vehicle crashes. - Image Credit - Contributed

Feeling the traffic pressure

Motor vehicle crashes in Kelowna outpace those in Penticton, Vernon and West Kelowna combined.

Guilty verdict in nightclub assault

Guilty verdict in nightclub assault

Two Kelowna men who organized a setup which sent a man to the hospital were found guilty yesterday.

Steve Moores (left), dean of trades and apprenticeship program at Okanagan College, looks on as ceremonial sod turning for new Trades Training House is carried out by (from left) college president Jim Hamilton, MP Stephen Fuhr, carpentry student Eric Watson and MP Dan Albas. - Image Credit: Barry Gerding/Black Press

Trades training enhanced for college

Federal grant of $332,485 directed towards construction of Trades House training faciility at Kelowna campus.

Tesla taxi vehicle on display at Best Western Hotel electric battery recharge station in Kelowna. -Image Credit: Barry Gerding/Black Press

Electric charged taxi ride

Kelowna entrepreneur starts new taxi service with fleet of two Tesla electric powered vehicles.

Tesla taxi vehicle on display at Best Western Hotel electric battery recharge station in Kelowna. -Image Credit: Barry Gerding/Black Press
File photo                                On Sunday, Feb. 12, two Lower Mainland sledders were stranded overnight in a deep ravine on Crowfoot Mountain, a popular place for snowmobilers.

Sledders stranded on North Shuswap mountain

Two Lower Mainland men spend cold night on Crowfoot Mountain.

File photo                                On Sunday, Feb. 12, two Lower Mainland sledders were stranded overnight in a deep ravine on Crowfoot Mountain, a popular place for snowmobilers.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark. (Black Press files)

Family Day rally at Clark’s office

Rally due to review which found that most senior facilities do not meet minimal government standards

B.C. Premier Christy Clark. (Black Press files)
Snow could hamper garbage pick-up

Snow could hamper garbage pick-up

Waste reduction office says recent heavy snow could delay garbage pick-up in Central Okanagan.

  • Feb 6, 2017
Snow could hamper garbage pick-up