Kelowna News Staff

Lake Country’s dog poo battle by the numbers

The district has more than 35 dispensers installed and 100 public garbage bins

Historical happenings: More to prolific letter writer than Beasley name

Lake Country - Alec Beasley wrote more than 1,000 letters to newspapers across the globe

Crash near Lake Country slows traffic

A 2 vehicle crash has slowed traffic on Glenmore Road

Bridges delivered to Peachland by helicopter

Hardy Falls Regional Park received 2 new bridges April 11

Time to renew memorial donations in West Kelowna

Those that are nearing 10 years are asked to be renewed or cancelled

Two Okanagan dailies axe Monday editions

Kelowna Daily Courier and Penticton Herald to cut their Monday edition

UBC Okanagan professor examines flood risk

Snowpack currently sitting in the Okanagan Valley is 80% of normal

Great options for hopeful employees at career fair in Kelowna

The Black Press Extreme Career Fair is taking place at the Rutland Centennial Hall

Alleged thief takes page from Santa, breaks-in through roof

Kelowna RCMP seach for suspect after early break-in Thursday morning

Kelowna police hunt for thief who stole cash register from candy store

This individual has sticky fingers after he stole from So Sweet Candy.

Okanagan cake company whips up deliciously designed book cake

A history book cake for an 85th birthday was created by Whisk Cake Company in Kelowna.

Kelowna cake company whips up deliciously designed book cake

A history book cake for an 85th birthday was created by Whisk Cake Company.

‘Heavy snow’ leads to delays on Coquihalla, Okanagan highways

Poor driving conditions expected in B.C.’s interior

BC Hockey Hall of Fame Induction ceremony comes to the Okanagan

Comedian Gerry Dee will host the induction July 19 in Penticton

Kelowna Council looks to tackle increased crime downtown

Council was presented with recommendations from RCMP April 8

Fred Skeleton Theatre Company brings virtual world to life in new play

The Nether will be presented April 18 to 27

UBC Okanagan medical student makes difference for breast cancer patients

The research compared re-operation rates for breast cancer patients before and after a new surgical guideline was introduced five years ago.

Central Okanagan preparing for flooding, landslides

There is potential risk of high groundwater issues, including saturated soil and land slippages

Kelowna HR trailblazer wins prestigious award

Miranda Birkbeck, with First West Credit Union, was named the winner of the 2019 Rising Star Award

Car on fire at Accent Inns in Kelowna

Firefighters are on scene working to extinguish the flames

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