Paul Clarke

Brad Paisley to return to Penticton

He will perform on March 6 at South Okanagan Events Centre

West Kelowna residents voice their opposition to new fire hall

A private meeting was held on Thursday night to discuss the future site of a new fire hall

Airplane with landing gear issues lands safely at Kelowna International Airport

Reports indicate the plane had 78 people on board

WEB POLL: Do you agree with the new locations to temporarily accommodate people experiencing homelessness?

The new sites are located at the base of Knox Mountain Park and behind the Kelowna Curling Club

Dog returned after allegedly being stolen from Kelowna frontyard

Duke is a black five-year-old golden doodle with a white spot on his chin and chest

Traffic moving slowly after two-vehicle accident closes Ethel Avenue

Accident happened around 12:30 p.m.

Icy roads cause several accidents across Kelowna

Emergency services were kept busy Friday morning

Okanagan College elects new chair and vice chair

Gloria Morgan was elected as the new chair Okanagan College’s board of governors

Kelowna house fire considered ‘potentially suspicious’

A house on Morrison Avenue caught fire around 12:30 p.m. last night

Okanagan school districts receive thousands for trades programs

The money is part of $1.37 million given to fifty-one school districts for trades programs

Okanagan school districts receive thousands for trades programs

The money is part of $1.37 million given to fifty-one school districts for trades programs

Okanagan teenagers found after missing for four days

The pair, believed to be dating, had been missing since Nov. 15.

RCMP cut free activists chained to Kelowna bank, placed under arrest

The group is protesting Interior Savings Credit Union’s support of Kelowna Ribfest

Kelowna mayor apologizes for initial reaction to sexual assault statistics

The mayor issued the statement after he came under heavy fire from a sexual assault survivor

Kelowna mother looking for 14-year-old daughter

Trinity Erickson has been missing since Friday morning

Semi-trailer flips on Highway 97 in West Kelowna

A semi-trailer accident temporarily closed one lane of traffic early Thursday morning

UPDATE: Coquihalla now open north of Hope

Accident happened earlier this afternoon

Remembrance Day poems

Both poems were written by John D. Grant

Kelowna’s unemployment rate holds steady

Kelowna’s unemployment is well below the provincial and national average.

Kelowna’s unemployment rate holds steady

Kelowna’s unemployment is well below the provincial and national average.