Kathy Michaels

Kelowna water rates set to rise

Another four per cent rate increase is expected the next year.

Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Here comes the rain again — but first, some sun

Environment Canada is forecasting a sunny day

Controversial Kelowna development plan gets a green light

Businesses oppose Capri-Landmark Urban Centre Plan’s call to extend Sutherland Avenue

Retaining wall around popular Kelowna walkway chipping away with rising water

A fix has been approved by Kelowna council.

Portrait of loss: Man who went missing in Kelowna 30 years ago subject of high profile art show

Horvath’s portrait may be displayed across billboard space in the London Underground

Big cash payments for Kelowna taxes and fines fairly rare, not unheard of

There were five occurrences of over $10,000 cash payments.

Check your flight: Kelowna flights may be scuttled with grounding of the Max 8

Check the status of your flight before arriving, work directly with the airline to rebook

Kelowna council moves ahead with regulations for short-term rentals, with a caveat

The decision was made last night in Kelowna council chambers

Kelowna students to walk out of class in protest of climate change inaction

They will be protesting inaction and apathy around the environmental issue.

Potential delays at Kelowna’s airport with grounding of the Max 8

Check the status of your flight before arriving, work directly with the airline to rebook

Have you seen this Kelowna man?

Mounties are looking for help finding this Kelowna man.

Big night ahead for people going to Kelowna’s public hearing on short term rental bylaws

If you’re renting out a suite and you’re not licensed, you may face upwards of $10,000 a day in fines.

Kelowna council approves costly slope repair work

Sara Potton and her husband inherited a costly problem they fear will cause financial devastation.

Kelowna’s plan to end homelessness taking shape

On board with the Journey Home Society in a million ways

Okanagan Rail Trail moves closer to completion with farm issue being smoothed out

“We’re not going to start construction until we get ALC approval,” he said.

A Vice and Virtue hair-chop for a good cause

For a good cause, these guys are going to give themselves a proper trim

Kelowna students to walk out of class in protest of climate change inaction

They will be protesting inaction and apathy around the environmental issue.

Kelowna Mounties looking for a meter beater

There was damage to upwards of approximately 300 parking meters downtown