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Jessica Littleford spotted this peacock on her neighbour’s house in Lake Country. - Facebook

Missing a peacock? It might be wandering the Okanagan

There’s a peacock on the loose in Lake Country

Jessica Littleford spotted this peacock on her neighbour’s house in Lake Country. - Facebook
Garbage bags full of trash, dog poop collected from Okanagan Rail Trail

Garbage bags full of trash, dog poop collected from Okanagan Rail Trail

Joanna Long issued a challenge to Lake Country to clean up after the dogs and took it a step further

Garbage bags full of trash, dog poop collected from Okanagan Rail Trail
Kelowna farmer’s market has one of best opening days ever

Kelowna farmer’s market has one of best opening days ever

The market opened its outdoor location Saturday along Dilworth Drive

Kelowna farmer’s market has one of best opening days ever
Tracy Gray, a former Kelowna councillor, is now the Conservative candidate for Kelowna-Lake Country. - Carli Berry/Capital News

Tracy Gray new Kelowna-Lake Country Conservative candidate

The former Kelowna councillor was selected Saturday night

Tracy Gray, a former Kelowna councillor, is now the Conservative candidate for Kelowna-Lake Country. - Carli Berry/Capital News
David Biglow, owner of Cherry Hill Coffee, holds up a jar of beans roasted in-house at the shop’s location on Hunter Road. - Carli Berry/Capital News

VIDEO: Kelowna coffee company has a roaster from the 1960s

Cherry Hill Coffee is a family run operation on Hunter Road.

David Biglow, owner of Cherry Hill Coffee, holds up a jar of beans roasted in-house at the shop’s location on Hunter Road. - Carli Berry/Capital News
Lake Country zipline company ‘cautiously optimistic’ heading into wildfire season

Lake Country zipline company ‘cautiously optimistic’ heading into wildfire season

With smoky skies for the past two years, Oyama Zipline Adventure Park opens April 20

Lake Country zipline company ‘cautiously optimistic’ heading into wildfire season
Steve Francis, longtime volunteer with the Canadian Cancer Society, holds up a daffodil as part of the society’s Daffodil Campaign, which is ongoing until the end of April. - Carli Berry/Capital News

‘I’m here for you.’ Cancer society Daffodil Campaign launches in Kelowna

Steve Francis is heavily involved with the society’s daffodil campaign

Steve Francis, longtime volunteer with the Canadian Cancer Society, holds up a daffodil as part of the society’s Daffodil Campaign, which is ongoing until the end of April. - Carli Berry/Capital News
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$1,000 meal to be launched at Kelowna seafood restaurant

The Grand Daddy, served at The Table Cafe, will fill the bellies of eight to 12 people

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The City of Kelowna has begun construction work to remove the Ogopogo statue in City Park. - Carli Berry/Capital News

Off with his head: Construction work begins to remove Ogopogo statue

An Ogogopo statue is being removed from Kelowna City Park’s water park

The City of Kelowna has begun construction work to remove the Ogopogo statue in City Park. - Carli Berry/Capital News
Soaps created from Okanagan elements to be showcased at Kelowna’s largest spring market

Soaps created from Okanagan elements to be showcased at Kelowna’s largest spring market

Dawn Larden, owner of Oyama Soap Company, is a part of Craft Culture’s Spring Market

Soaps created from Okanagan elements to be showcased at Kelowna’s largest spring market
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Lake Country council approves of updated regulations for cannabis producers

The district’s bylaws will now fall in line with the Agricultural Land Commission

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7 overdoses in 1 day at Kelowna homeless shelter leads IH prompt about carfentanil

7 overdoses in 1 day at Kelowna homeless shelter leads IH prompt about carfentanil

Interior Health is reissuing a warning about carfentanil-tainted drugs after Cornerstone overdoses

7 overdoses in 1 day at Kelowna homeless shelter leads IH prompt about carfentanil
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Lake Country residents voice concerns over Commonage Road traffic

A public hearing for the district’s new OCP happened Tuesday night

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Quack Quack: Rubber Ducky Race ready to fundraise for Peachland bat society

Quack Quack: Rubber Ducky Race ready to fundraise for Peachland bat society

The sixth annual Rubber Ducky Race will be held Saturday, April 6

Quack Quack: Rubber Ducky Race ready to fundraise for Peachland bat society
Batman was seen wandering around as a police incident was unfolding in Kelowna’s Pandosy area. (Melissa Parent photo)

Who is this caped crusader? Spotlight turns to Okanagan Batman after police incident

A video of Batman asking to assist police in Kelowna has gained a worldwide audience

Batman was seen wandering around as a police incident was unfolding in Kelowna’s Pandosy area. (Melissa Parent photo)
Eurasian water-milfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum). (Contributed)

Climate change brings higher numbers of invasive aquatic plants in Okanagan

Eurasian watermilfoil thrives in warmer waters, and the water board is expecting it to get worse

Eurasian water-milfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum). (Contributed)
Kelowna’s first zero waste grocery store has successful first day

Kelowna’s first zero waste grocery store has successful first day

Farm Bound Zero Waste opened its location in Kelowna April 1

Kelowna’s first zero waste grocery store has successful first day
VIDEO: Lake Country grill serves up behemoth burger

VIDEO: Lake Country grill serves up behemoth burger

OKF Grill is a popular place to eat in Oyama

VIDEO: Lake Country grill serves up behemoth burger
Cannabis buildings taking too much ALR land, Lake Country council to consider bylaw

Cannabis buildings taking too much ALR land, Lake Country council to consider bylaw

The District of Lake Country will consider an amendment to fall in line with the ALC

Cannabis buildings taking too much ALR land, Lake Country council to consider bylaw
Lake Country Museum president Duane Thomson offers up his knowledge on the role women played in the packinghouses in the Okanagan for a Spotlight Productions documentary. - Carli Berry/Capital News

Lake Country film highlights crucial role of women in fruit industry

Women who worked in the packinghouses played an important role in the Okanagan’s economy

Lake Country Museum president Duane Thomson offers up his knowledge on the role women played in the packinghouses in the Okanagan for a Spotlight Productions documentary. - Carli Berry/Capital News
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