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Conservation officers are finding many people not following the regulations when out hunting.
Fall is about to begin, and everyone is busy, so make good use of leftovers in planning your meals for mid-week.
Bear considered a danger to people shot in downtown Peachland.
U.S. boat inspection trainer warns B.C. to be strict and proactive in preventing the spread of invasive mussels to the valley.
As bears prepare to hibernate for the winter, they've moved into the city to stock up on groceries, but we can avoid conflicts.
With summer temperatures forecast for this weekend, it's expected local creeks will swell and there could be flooding.
With the arrival of spring comes a growing interest in the community with growing things, especially food.
Most wineries don’t make as many wines as Kelowna’s Sandhill won awards for in this year’s judging competition that kicked off the 31st Fall Okanagan Wine Festival, Thursday night.
While tapping away at the keyboard on the desk in my home office around daybreak Thursday I was startled by a sudden sound in the yard on the other side of the window from me.
Ididn’t realize deer could read, but nine of them showed up in my backyard a couple of days after my last column to give me a piece of their mind about using the word venison when referring to deer.