Alistair Waters

Kelowna West Libertarian goes after ICBC

Kyle Geronazzo feels B.C. drivers are being “ripped off” by the provincial auto insurer

Former councillor announces mayoral bid in West Kelowna

Gord Milson says he’s running for mayor in next October’s civic election

Cops report explosion in number of thefts from vehicles in Central Okanagan

In just the first 2 1/2 weeks of 2018, the number has nearly tripled in Kelowna and West Kelowna

Waters: Kelowna West finally gets to pick a replacement for Christy Clark

After stalling on the call for a bylection, Premier John Horgan sending voters to the polls Feb. 14

Kelowna West byelection called for Feb. 14

Four candidate race to replace departed former B.C. premier Christy Clark

Dine Around Thompson Okanagan kicks off

Fifty restaurants in the region will participate in this year’s event

Update: West Kelowna looking at 2.58 per cent tax increase in 2018

Council reviews its 2018 budget, rejects addition of more cops, firefighters

Waters: For Trump words speak louder than actions

U.S. president’s first year in office marked more by what he said than what he did

New boss at Kelowna’s Flair Airlines

Flair’s founder and president Jim Rogers steps down after selling shares in company

Kelowna’s Capri-Landmark plan could carry big price-tag

City council told the ‘preferred’ concept plan could cost as much as $100 million over next 22 years

West Kelowna council to debate its 2018 budget

Going into the day-long meeting, the proposed budget calls for a three per cent tax increase

City staff says don’t hire more West Kelowna cops

Staff budget recommendation says eight more cops would cost $1.3 million and prompt a 4.3% tax hike

Kelowna’s difficulty dealing with deer

City report says the province needs to do more to address the wildlife issue in B.C. communities

Kelowna students think outside the box by creating projects in a box

Students at St. Joseph Elementary create their ‘most magnificent things’ in school-wide project

Busiest year ever at Kelowna’s airport

With the final numbers in for 2017, YLW saw 1.89 million passengers use the airport last year

Feature Friday: High snowpack has lake watchers on alert

Expert says its too early to predict how the snowpack will impact lake levels in the spring

Kelowna seeking input on new Community Sport Plan

Residents can go online to provide input and review the plan

Packed house in Peachland for controversial proposed development

Change to district’s OCP prompts outcry by opponents of proposed five-storey building on Beach Avenue

Cause of Westbank mobile home fire not known

Fire chief says parts of the structure had to be pulled down to fight Jan. 4 fire

Waters: Plenty at stake in Kelowna West byelection

Premier may not have called the byelection yet, but the campaign has already started