Editorial

Calgary chef tops on night one

The Mystery Wine Competition is the first of three gruelling challenges at the 2017 Canadian Culinary Championships

Lights, camera, workshops!

As interest in filmmaking grows in the Okanagan, a series of workshops is planned for this month in Kelowna.

Enormous concrete pour in Green Square

Large Concrete installation in freezing temperatures.

Green wins gold for Okanagan College

Two environmentally friendly Okanagan College projects took top honours at the recent Tommie Awards for new buildings.

Industry, province not doing enough to keep workplaces safe, says BCFED

"Employers whose negligence kills or seriously injures workers are let off with a slap on the wrist ..."

Moon, Venus, Mars to appear in a triangle

All three will be visible Tuesday night in what astronomers call a "geocentric inferior conjunction."

Societies asking for community help

Okanagan Men’s Shed, Tetra Society and the Okanagan Suicide Awareness Society are looking for a shared location to work out of

Video: The tale of two homes

The Wilden Living Lab project is now open to the public to visit the two homes built to two different standards and components.

Cardiac patients get new area at KGH

Kelowna General Hospital creates a new, renovated space for cardiac inpatient care in the hospital's Strathcona Building

Man arrested after rampage at two Kelowna hotels

A security guard at one hotel was assaulted and glass was smashed at another, nearby hotel on Saturday, say police.

Teaching teachers how to code

UBCO in Kelowna will hold two days of workshops this week for teachers from around the Okanagan to learn about computer coding.

MP holds coffee house

After spending time in Ottawa, MP Stephen Fuhr of Kelowna — Lake Country, organized a coffee house in Lake Country.

Premier to speak at Greater Westside Board of Trade

Breakfast event is scheduled for Jan. 27 at the Cove Lakeside Resort in West Kelowna.

West Kelowna building boom

It was a record-breaking year for construction in West Kelowna in 2016 says city hall.

UPDATE: Injured hiker rescued near Paul’s Tomb

A hiker was injured and unable to walk out of the area past Paul's Tomb in Kelowna Thursday evening.

Should 21 be the new legal age to smoke?

Kelowna residents weigh in on raising the legal age to smoke in B.C.

Letter: Questions for West Kelowna

The taxpayers should be aware that the cost of a roundabout in two of these locations is around the $800,000 to $1 million range each.

A deadly year: 156 fatally overdose in Interior

The B.C. Coroner's Service says the number of deaths, particularly from fentanyl, continues to rise.

Letter: Safe injection logic is flawed

If we are serving drugs to the addicts and I was an alcoholic, where the heck is my free beer?

Film a ‘cinematic poem’ to area in Northern B.C.

Nettie Wild's Koneline: our land beautiful comes to Kelowna for two special showings Jan. 25.