Kelowna News Staff

West Kelowna RCMP discover inactive explosive unit

The item was an inactive shock tube detonator commonly used at construction sites

Kelowna Home Depot robbed by man wielding a knife

The Central Okanagan Crime Stoppers have reported the latest crimes of the week

Crash at Richter and Wardlaw in Kelowna

Emergency services are on their way

Top 40 Over 40: Okanagan woman’s career heads in many directions

Ginny Becker is being honoured in BDO’s Top 40 Over 40 program

West Kelowna sports fields set to reopen

City of West Kelowna annouced the sports fields will reopen April 13

Volunteers clean-up 24 tons of trash in Peachland

They cleared 4 tons of garbage and 19,000 tons of metal

Westbank First Nation Council approves annual budget

BC Assessment showed a 3.27% growth rate in new construction on WFN land

Construction begins on Glenmore Recreation Park

This phase of construction will include 2 multi-sports fields

Kelowna exhibit showcasing Nk’Mip children’s art ending soon

Our Lives Through Our Eyes: Nk’Mip Children’s Art will end April 21

Okanagan exhibit extends through April

Our Lives Trough Our Eyes features art from Osoyoos Indain Band reserve from World War II

Smouldering campfire in Peachland sparks outrage

Time to be careful with campfires

Snow an unexpected surprise on Okanagan Connector

Snow is in the forecast for the Coquihalla and the Okanagan Connector

Temporary closures of two parks for flood restoration work

Sutherland Bay Park and Sarsons Park will be temporarily closed during April

Family, friends reeling from news of Lake Country murder

“We’re all just devastated by what happened.”

UBC Okanagan visual arts students to present Strangely Familiar

The art exhibition will feature artists from the graduating class

A night of cirque and wine comes to Kelowna

BC wine, cider and spirits festival brings Calgary’s Le Cirque de la Nuit to Kelowna

Kelowna RCMP search for suspect in car-jacking

The car-jacking took place Sunday afternoon

Kelowna Theatre Society brings play full of mystery and murder

Black Coffee by Agatha Christie will show from April 17 to 18

Kootnekoff: Is it legal to secretly record a phone call?

Earlier this week, Prime Minister Trudeau removed Jody Wilson-Raybould and Dr. Jane…

The Grateful Fed Pub is back from the dead

The popular music venue and eatery reanimates under new management

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