David Venn

Communities must unite to solve opioid crisis: Kelowna Indigenous leaders

Indigenous activists march bridge for overdose awareness week

Central Okanagan school district continues strong growth

SD23 has projected 350 new students for the 2019-2020 school year

‘We cannot make everyone happy’: RibFest responds to protests

Sunrise Rotary donated approximately $30,000 to charities

Kelowna vegan protesters to continue ‘radical actions’

Activism does not begin and end with RibFest: Kelowna Climate Save

Kelowna’s RCMP media relations officer reassigned

The person behind breaking news is moving to another department

‘There’s no room for a rib fest’: protesters shut down Richter and Bernard

Green-shirts peacefully protested over the carnivorous weekend

Crash closes Highway 33 in Kelowna

A vehicle hit a bus shelter early Monday morning closing streets between Gertsmar and Bryden roads

Kelowna highway reopens after fatal crash

A vehicle hit a bus shelter early Monday morning closing streets between Gertsmar and Bryden roads

RibFest Kelowna’s top moments

Take it in one last time, until next year

Lake Country woman advocates for district to build community park

A plot of land has recently become available

Kelowna mom misses two sons killed by opioids

‘I’m always very aware of 11 o’clock’

Hell’s Angel prospect back in custody after being charged with assault

The 30-year-old man now faces several additional charges

Meet your RibFest BBQers

RibFest Kelowna runs Aug. 23, 24 and 25

UBC Okanagan, Lake Country joint community pool not a reality

Lake Country residents want a community pool, survey shows

Hazardous Lake Country roads might become safer

The policy is meant to influence planning and implementation

Airport Inn to appeal remedial action

‘The people that are living there today are compromised by the fact that they have to live there’

Traffic congestion and road conditions top concerns for Lake Country residents

Coun. Penny Gambell said more needs to be done

Kelowna transit system to add new routes in September

The decision is due to increase in demand, according to BC Transit