Kevin Parnell

Gold for Kelowna’s Kelsey Serwa

Medals will be handed out tonight in women’s ski cross with Kelowna athlete involved

Serwa cheering parties as Kelowna skier goes for gold

Kelsey Serwa will ski in the women’s ski cross event this evening in Kelowna

Kelowna, Vernon biathletes hit top 10 to end Olympics

Julia Ransom and Emma Lunder close out the Olympics with 10th place finish

Knox Hill Climb set for another year

Popular and long-running event is ready for its 61st year in Kelowna

UPDATE: Serwa second fastest in ski cross seeding

Kelowna ski cross racer has solid run in the seeding round of the women’s ski cross event

UPDATE: Big money being raised in name of late boarder

Friends and family of a young man who died in snowboarding accident gives back to the sport

Letter: BC forest practices need to change

Letter writer says forestry is in need of an overhaul

Updated: Vehicles collide in effort to avoid emergency vehicle

Emergency crews were on scene of a two-vehicle accident on Hwy 97 and Hwy 33

Updated: Fire near Harvey and Spall caused by squatter

Kelowna Fire Department is on scene of a fire in Kelowna

Editorial: Embarrassing voter turnout in Kelowna West

The byelection Wednesday showed just how bad voter turnout can be

Foundry getting help; helping youth

Kelowna business steps up to help the Foundry deal with youth mental health issues

Green candidate ‘concerned’ with byelection

Neither the Greens nor the NDP could knock off the Liberals in easy win for Team Okanagan

Update: Liberal Stewart to replace Christy Clark in Kelowna West

The byelection to replace the former premier in the Kelowna West riding is over

Update: Final Kelowna West byelection numbers

All of the ballots are reporting and it’s Liberal Ben Stewart the winner in Kelowna West

Parnell: Time to do your part Kelowna West

Voters are heading to the polls on Valentine’s Day today to elect a new MLA

Don’t rush, think before you flush

West Kelowna, Peachland and the Westbank First Nation residents are encouraged to…

Kelowna’s Ransom 28th in Olympic pursuit

Kelowna athlete and Vernon’s Emma Lunder two Canadians in the field early Monday

BC Aboriginals: ‘There are two systems of justice in this country’

In the wake of the Colten Boushie verdict in Saskatchewan, B.C. Indigenous group calls for change

Kelowna vision-impaired curlers are Canadian champs

Defending its title, Kelowna’s visually impaired team brings home the gold

Lake Country Winery: ‘We are being used as pawns’

The owner of Ex Nihilo Vineyards came from Alberta and sees both sides of the issue