Barry Gerding

New courier company rises out of Greyhound shutdown

Former Greyhound delivery agents start new Okanagan-Thompson region business

Dementia journey the long good-bye

More than 70,000 people in B.C. have been diagnosed with dementia

Kelowna residents concerned about safety, quality of life

Issues prominent in city’s 2018 citizen survey feedback

Collaborative effort to showcase historic Indigenous children’s art

Shared Nk’Mip children’s art exhibition hosted by Kelowna Art Gallery and Okanagan Heritage Museum

SD 23 responds to Kelowna school PAC money theft

School board chair says affected South Rutland Elementary field trips won’t be cancelled

Foundry Kelowna looking to go mobile

Youth health centre looks to expand access to services across Central Okanagan

Foundry Kelowna looking to go mobile

Youth health centre looks to expand access to services across Central Okanagan

Kelowna naturopath offers healthy dose of hip hop

Hip hop influence for Dr. BENTZ began as Lake Country teenager

New Peachland seniors’ residence springs a leak

Moving in will be delayed for some.

Kelowna adapting to larger Okanagan watershed management role

City seeks ways to collaborate with regional water stakeholders

Kelowna council underwhelmed by row housing project design

Academy Ridge proponents asked to explain exterior design decisions to council

South Rutland Elementary PAC robbed of $20,000

Second theft involving a School District 23 parent advisory council bank account this school year

Column: Difficulty of dealing with dementia

Dementia journey a mix of humour and sadness.

Peachland-Lake Country corridor property assessments continue to rise

Biggest increases for Okanagan region from 2018 to 2019 reported in Summerland, Keremeos

Year in Review No. 3: A significant redevelopment proposal hits a snag

City’s plan for Capri-Landmark urban area runs into opposition roadblock

Safeguarding youth from Internet addiction

Kelowna website founder invited to global conference on children’s social media exposure rights

Osoyoos mayor to chair Okanagan water board

Sue McKortoff brings South Okanagan perspective to board chair’s role

UBCO addressing on-campus student housing needs

Further 440 bed commitment will add to existing 1,676 student campus housing inventory

Column: Adopting historic views for modern times

Expanding role for First Nations in managing environment

31 applications submitted to Kelowna for cannabis store operations

Just over one-third of the applications received are concentrated in downtown locations