Editorial

Good morning Kelowna, for Tuesday Nov. 22, 2016

Good morning Kelowna: Nov. 24, 2016

A few stories from here and there to get you going today.

Good morning Kelowna, for Tuesday Nov. 22, 2016
Nobel prize winners to be discussed at UBC Okanagan in Kelowna

Nobel prize winners to be discussed at UBC Okanagan in Kelowna

This year's winners include singer-songwriter Bob Dylan and Columbian President Juan Manuel Santos.

Nobel prize winners to be discussed at UBC Okanagan in Kelowna
Over $12

Kelowna residents sip, savour and support mental health

Over 100 people attended Oktoberfeast this year, raising $12,000 towards the opening of an integrated youth clinic in Kelowna.

Over $12
UBC Okanagan’s Zach Walsh

Study: UBCO project says marijuana could help certain addiction

“Research suggests that people may be using cannabis as an exit drug to reduce the use of substances that are potentially more harmful."

UBC Okanagan’s Zach Walsh
Good morning Kelowna, Wednesday Nov. 2, 2016

Good morning, Kelowna. Here are five things to know as you start your Nov. 21, 2016

In our regular Top 5 list of things happening this morning we touch on all the stories forming and some that will undoubtedly be discussed.

Good morning Kelowna, Wednesday Nov. 2, 2016
KFD ready to go

Mobile home park fire in Kelowna snuffed out quickly

At approximately 11:09 a.m. Kelowna Fire Dept. received a 911 call reporting a Mobile home in East Kelowna was on fire.

KFD ready to go
Fraudster group nabbed in Kelowna

Fraudster group nabbed in Kelowna

The group fraudulently purchased nearly $20,000 in merchandise from local liquor, clothing, electronics and specialty stores

Fraudster group nabbed in Kelowna
Gender neutral washrooms in Central Okanagan schools lauded

Gender neutral washrooms in Central Okanagan schools lauded

School District 23 board approves a plan to open all individual-use washrooms in district schools to all students.

Gender neutral washrooms in Central Okanagan schools lauded
Good morning Kelowna: Nov. 17, 2016

Good morning Kelowna: Nov. 17, 2016

A few news items from the Central Okanagan to help you start your day.

Good morning Kelowna: Nov. 17, 2016
Mounties look for more information on attempted murder

Man approaching girl in Kelowna was not a case of attempted child luring say police

Man comes forward and explains he mistook the girl for a friend's daughter.

Mounties look for more information on attempted murder
Dave Smith

Vernon trail group jumps on fundraising bandwagon

The Ribbons of Green Society of Greater Vernon has contributed $5,000 towards Okanagan Rail Trail

Dave Smith
Music legend Red Robinson is suffering from hearing loss.

Rock and roll pioneer Red Robinson to speak in Kelowna Wednesday

Former radio and music icon now suffers from hearing loss and will speak at hearing expo in Kelowna and West Kelowna

Music legend Red Robinson is suffering from hearing loss.
Ready to talk about Peachland highway improvements? A meeting is scheduled for Nov. 21

Peachland highway improvements to be discussed next week

The feedback provided by the public at the upcoming open house will continue to help the ministry to address future needs around Peachland.

Ready to talk about Peachland highway improvements? A meeting is scheduled for Nov. 21
Good morning, Kelowna. Hope you enjoy Nov. 14, 2016

Good morning, Kelowna. Hope you enjoy Nov. 14, 2016

Weather and buses and photos — oh my! There's lots to think about this Monday, and we don't mention the American election once.

Good morning, Kelowna. Hope you enjoy Nov. 14, 2016
Good morning Kelowna: Nov. 17, 2016

Good Morning Kelowna – Nov. 10, 2016

Th big news of the day is the transit strike that starts today in the Central Okanagan.

Good morning Kelowna: Nov. 17, 2016
Culture Club

Culture Club cancels Kelowna concert

The 1980's UK pop band was to play the city's Prospera Place Nov. 14.

Culture Club
B.C.'s Medal of Good Citizenship

Nominations sought for B.C. Medal of Good Citizenship

Provincial medal honours those who contribute to their community.

B.C.'s Medal of Good Citizenship
Up to 50 people headed into the bush to clean up junk and toxic wasted dumped in the Okanagan's once pristine forests.

Wooded area gets some much needed care from Okanagan Forest Task Force

"It was a complete disaster and and something needs to be done with the land now as there are chemicals all over the ground there..."

Up to 50 people headed into the bush to clean up junk and toxic wasted dumped in the Okanagan's once pristine forests.
Kelowna's Veterans Affairs office re-opened this week

Kelowna’s Veterans Affairs Canada office re-opens

The office is on Queensway Ave and will employ approximately nine staff who will serve approximately 3,500 Veterans in the area.

Kelowna's Veterans Affairs office re-opened this week
Your morning update for Nov. 4, 2016

Your morning update for Nov. 4, 2016

Some of the stories making news locally, provincially and nationally today.

Your morning update for Nov. 4, 2016