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Mark Fry, founder of Templar Electric, stands with his Cruiser C26, a completely electric boat that is now on the market. - Contributed

Kelowna sailor gains global attention with his electric boats

Mark Fry officially launched his fleet of electric boats in January

Mark Fry, founder of Templar Electric, stands with his Cruiser C26, a completely electric boat that is now on the market. - Contributed
Minister of Public Services and Procurement and Accessibility Carla Qualtrough speaks along with Kelowna-Lake Country MP Stephen Fuhr during a federal funding announcement at the Society of Hope complex Wednesday. - Carli Berry/Capital News

Kelowna seniors hopefully cautious after federal funding highlighted in Kelowna

Minister Carla Qualtrough highlighted funding for seniors in the federal budget

Minister of Public Services and Procurement and Accessibility Carla Qualtrough speaks along with Kelowna-Lake Country MP Stephen Fuhr during a federal funding announcement at the Society of Hope complex Wednesday. - Carli Berry/Capital News
Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Sunny with a chance of clouds

Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Sunny with a chance of clouds

Enjoy the sunshine, except in Salmon Arm

Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Sunny with a chance of clouds
File photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Small loss for Kelowna bee farmer due to cold snap

Bob Chisholm, with Brainy Bee in Kelowna, said he’s lost about 20 per cent of his bees

File photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Batman was seen wandering around Kelowna Saturday night as a police incident was unfolding in Kelowna’s Pandosy area. - Melissa Parent

VIDEO: Kelowna police have guns drawn, Batman’s offer to help rejected

A West Kelowna woman caught an unusual scene on video, as Batman asked to help officers

Batman was seen wandering around Kelowna Saturday night as a police incident was unfolding in Kelowna’s Pandosy area. - Melissa Parent
Okanagan washouts could have connection to wildfires

Okanagan washouts could have connection to wildfires

The ministry said wildfires have impacted the severity of some landslides and washouts

Okanagan washouts could have connection to wildfires
Kelowna council approves of new temporary farm worker housing at cherry farm

Kelowna council approves of new temporary farm worker housing at cherry farm

60 units of housing were approved by Kelowna council Monday

Kelowna council approves of new temporary farm worker housing at cherry farm
Changes to Kelowna’s transit system were brought forward to council Monday. (News staff/Victoria News)

Kelowna councillors question capacity of bus yard with new transit changes

The No. 8 University route is set for the biggest change, with additional hours of service

Changes to Kelowna’s transit system were brought forward to council Monday. (News staff/Victoria News)
Recreational cannabis was legalized in Canada last fall but Kelowna city council is just now getting round to considering rezoning properties to allow retail sales. (Capital News file)

Kelowna council gives green light to cannabis shop rezonings

Seven rezoning applications for cannabis retail stores on council’s agenda Monday

Recreational cannabis was legalized in Canada last fall but Kelowna city council is just now getting round to considering rezoning properties to allow retail sales. (Capital News file)
Peachland’s only medical clinic on Beach Avenue is closing Thursday. - Google Maps

Peachland’s only medical clinic to close this week

Beach Avenue Medical Clinic’s last day open is Thursday, March 28.

Peachland’s only medical clinic on Beach Avenue is closing Thursday. - Google Maps
Changes to Kelowna’s transit system will be brought forward to council. (News staff/Victoria News)

Proposed changes to Kelowna transit system benefits students

The No. 8 University route is set for the biggest change, with additional hours of service

Changes to Kelowna’s transit system will be brought forward to council. (News staff/Victoria News)
Cougar sightings have increased compared to last year in the Central Okanagan. - File Photo

New cougar study may provide answers to increased sightings in Kelowna

Sightings of the animal have doubled in the spring compared to last year

Cougar sightings have increased compared to last year in the Central Okanagan. - File Photo
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New Kelowna burger restaurant offers gluten-free, meatless options

Bin 4 Burger Lounge is open for business

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Sandrine Martin, owner of Sandrine French Pastry and Chocolate, holds up a variety of tasty macarons at her shop’s location on Dilworth Drive. - Carli Berry/Capital News

Kelowna French pastry shop makes a mean macaron

Sandrine French Pastry and Chocolate has been making tasty treats for 15 years

Sandrine Martin, owner of Sandrine French Pastry and Chocolate, holds up a variety of tasty macarons at her shop’s location on Dilworth Drive. - Carli Berry/Capital News
Eric Degelder (left) and Peter Whitfield (right) will be cruising around in the fire department’s new hybrid.(Submitted)

Lake Country firefighters cruising around in new eco-friendly vehicle

Lake Country Fire Department crews are riding in style, and being more…

Eric Degelder (left) and Peter Whitfield (right) will be cruising around in the fire department’s new hybrid.(Submitted)
Founder, owner, and CEO of Farm Bound, Jaye Siegmueller, launched zero waste store in Vernon. (Brieanna Charlebois/ Morning Star)

No joke: Kelowna’s first zero-waste grocery store to open April 1

Farm Bound Zero Waste has announced its opening date

Founder, owner, and CEO of Farm Bound, Jaye Siegmueller, launched zero waste store in Vernon. (Brieanna Charlebois/ Morning Star)
Odette’s Skin Laser Wellness Clinic in Lake Country. - Google Maps

Car torched: $1,000 reward offered for return of stolen massage machine

Odette Baumgartner’s vehicle was stolen and then burned in Kelowna.

Odette’s Skin Laser Wellness Clinic in Lake Country. - Google Maps
Challenge issued to keep Okanagan Rail Trail free of dog poop

Challenge issued to keep Okanagan Rail Trail free of dog poop

A Lake Country resident is challenging others to take extra bags with them

Challenge issued to keep Okanagan Rail Trail free of dog poop
Thief takes magnet honouring fallen veteran in Lake Country

Thief takes magnet honouring fallen veteran in Lake Country

The magnet was stolen from a vehicle in the district

Thief takes magnet honouring fallen veteran in Lake Country
Julius Huhs, land and resource coordinator with the province, outlines the risk of wildfire in the June Springs Road area of Kelowna. Currently Gorman Bros. Lumber Ltd. workers are removing some trees and debris in the area to reduce the risk. - Carli Berry/Capital News

Trees removed from southeast Kelowna to mitigate wildfire risk

Projects are ongoing across the province to reduce the risk of wildfire

Julius Huhs, land and resource coordinator with the province, outlines the risk of wildfire in the June Springs Road area of Kelowna. Currently Gorman Bros. Lumber Ltd. workers are removing some trees and debris in the area to reduce the risk. - Carli Berry/Capital News
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