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Peachland councillor announces bid for mayor

Keith Thom says after four years on council, he feels he’s ready

Defence minister in Kelowna to talk to flood relief soldiers

Canadian Army has 300 soldiers on the Okanagan and Grand Folks areas to help with flood relief

Kelowna’s Fat Cat Children’s Festival gearing up for its 28th year

The popular two-day kid-focused festival will take place in Waterfront Park

Very big plane lands at Kelowna’s airport

The arrival of the Boeing 747 Special Performance marks the second largest plane to ever land at YLW

Water quality advisory issued by Westbank First Nation

Advisory now in place for WFN reserve No. 9

Big spending Ben

B.C. Liberal Ben Stewart far outspent all his opponents in the February Kelowna West byelection

Pledging to Make Water Work

Annual Okanagan Valley water conservation campaign kicks off

Kelowna’s paddle trail set to open

Marked water trail for non-motorized craft along the city’s lakeshore will open May 19

More open house for second electricity transmission line to West Kelowna

B.C. Hydro will update the public May 29-31 at three open house session in Central Okanagan

Quality advisory issued for Kelowna water system

Annual increase in turbidity blamed for issuance of advisory

Keeping Kelowna’s lakeshore drains clear

Huge pumps to be used to keep lake water from backing up drainage systems along the lakeshore

New look web presence for West Kelowna

City launches revamped website complete with new features and pictures of the community

Home sweet home for Okanagan College trades students

New Trades Training House gives students hands-on experience

More West Kelowna residents get boil water notice

135 homes in the Pritchard Water System now being told to boil their water

Work kicks off on first regional transportation plan for Central Okanagan

Municipal councils being asked for input in “visioning workshops”

Kelowna to increase snow clearing budget

More money will mean more contractors and quicker response for residential neighbourhoods says city

Green Party agent says no rules broken in 2015 deal with Liberals

Despite “longstanding” Elections Canada provision, Dan Ryder remains defiant

West Kelowna restaurant plagued by vandals reopens downtown

After a string of attacks on their former West Kelowna restaurant, the business reopens in Kelowna

2015 Kelowna-Lake Country federal election deal led to contraventions of Elections Act

But Elections Canada commissioner says Green Party won’t be prosecuted for supporting Liberal

Kelowna’s integration of water systems cost millions more than planned

City staff say the $63.7 million project to add SEKID will now cost $88 million.