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Matching grants of up to $1,000 for youth-driven projects in the city.
RCMP recommend that Peachland residents remain vigilant and report suspicious activity related to their community mail boxes.
Recruits will have backcountry knowledge, be physically fit, team player and have time to commit to giving back to their community.
Students on the Westside of Okanagan Lake, from Penticton to Killiney Beach, are eligible for the $2,500 scholarships.
Police want to speak with two men in dark blue hatchback.
Trails remain open through the winter. The lower portion of the drive will close Nov. 25.
RCMP ask for public's assistance, after a window was shot at sometime over the past weekend at a elementary school on Mallach Road.
Homelessness is a problem with many possible solutions, but a tangible one is to provide sleeping bags.
People recognize that unwanted weapons in homes are a potential hazard.
Learn what the engineers are doing at UBCO, Nov. 19
The crowd-sourced map lets people track changes to media—like this newspaper—and comment on what’s going on.
City Park will be open but the pedestrian tunnel under Wlm. R. Bennett Bridge will be subject to delays.
UBCO hosts its 11th Remembrance ceremony, Nov. 9 at the Kelowna campus courtyard.
Nicholas Reitsma will continue his academic and athletic focus with a scholarship to UBCO from Capri Insurance in Kelowna
UBC Okanagan nursing prof Joan Bottorff investigated ways to get working men to eat healthy foods and get exercise through their day.
The Reformation's 500th anniversary will be marked Oct. 31 with a common prayer in Sweden, live-streamed at Peace Lutheran Church in Vernon
Two types of microbes were identified that contribute to the rapid production of acid in mine tailing ponds.
Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund recognizes wounds that will take generations to heal. Watch him interviewed tonight on CBC's The Nation
Corporate social responsibility is the new business buzz word to tell one and all how you're business ethics are perceived.
The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra welcomes Canadian violinist Lara St. John for concerts in Kelowna, Penticton and Vernon.