Kelowna Staff

E Division RCMP Deputy Cmsr. Craig Callens has apologized to former White Rock city staffer Jordan Murray-Wahl, for ‘unfounded’ allegations made in 2011. — Image Credit: File Photo/RCMP Statement

West Kelowna cop involved in RCMP apology

West Kelowna’s top cop is involved in an RCMP apology – several years in the making.

E Division RCMP Deputy Cmsr. Craig Callens has apologized to former White Rock city staffer Jordan Murray-Wahl, for ‘unfounded’ allegations made in 2011. — Image Credit: File Photo/RCMP Statement
National Hockey Card Day celebrated with Bobby Hall

National Hockey Card Day celebrated with Bobby Hall

Player’s Choice Sportscards will have Bobby Hull and is celebrating National Hockey Card Day.

National Hockey Card Day celebrated with Bobby Hall
Tom Cochrane’s highway still rolling through this mad, mad world

Tom Cochrane’s highway still rolling through this mad, mad world

Zest for musical stories still powers Canadian songwriting icon as he launches 25th anniversary tour

Tom Cochrane’s highway still rolling through this mad, mad world
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A guide for groundwater regulations

The Okanagan Basin Water Board has developed a guide to help area residents.

(Pixabay)
B.C.’s PharmaNet system records names, addresses, CareCard numbers and a history of medications prescribed. (Wikimedia Commons image)

B.C. government investigates PharmaNet breach

Premier ‘profoundly concerned’ after data of 7,500 people compromised

B.C.’s PharmaNet system records names, addresses, CareCard numbers and a history of medications prescribed. (Wikimedia Commons image)
Kamloops This Week

Murdered man remembered by friends

Man discoverd murdered in Kamloops last weekend

Kamloops This Week
File photo                                Brian Watson’s widow, Ila, spoke about losing her husband when he was rear-ended by the pickup truck travelling on Squilax-Anglemont Road last April.

Driver’s charges upgraded to murder after fatal North Shuswap crash

Raymond Swann was originally charged with criminal negligence, now he faces second-degree murder.

File photo                                Brian Watson’s widow, Ila, spoke about losing her husband when he was rear-ended by the pickup truck travelling on Squilax-Anglemont Road last April.
B.C. trade representative David Emerson and Ambassador to the U.S. David MacNaughton speak to reporters at the B.C. legislature Thursday. (Photo: Tom Fletcher/Black Press)

U.S. ambassador ‘optimistic’ about softwood talks

Canada’s diplomat in Washington reports good cooperation on trade so far from Trump adminstration

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B.C. trade representative David Emerson and Ambassador to the U.S. David MacNaughton speak to reporters at the B.C. legislature Thursday. (Photo: Tom Fletcher/Black Press)
File photo                                RCMP officers were called to the Salmon Arm Greyhound station to arrest a man, who was in possession of a gun.

Gun-toting man arrested at Salmon Arm bus station

The arrest went without incident and there was no danger posed to public safety.

File photo                                RCMP officers were called to the Salmon Arm Greyhound station to arrest a man, who was in possession of a gun.
Interior Running Association                                Runners take to the course in Lavington for the first event of the Interior Running Association Road Race season.

Bickley takes first in IRA opener

Kelowna runner sets the pace in first road race of 2017 in the Okanagan

Interior Running Association                                Runners take to the course in Lavington for the first event of the Interior Running Association Road Race season.
Premier Christy Clark greets Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon outside the B.C. legislature Tuesday. (Photo: Arnold Lim/Black Press)

Pre-election throne speech hints at tax cut by B.C. government

Pledge of ‘financial relief’ foreshadows changes in Feb. 21 budget

Premier Christy Clark greets Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon outside the B.C. legislature Tuesday. (Photo: Arnold Lim/Black Press)
Contributed                                Kelowna native Adam Temple at work on his love letter to the mountains.

An artistic ode to BC mountains

A fine art exhibition, entitled Peaks of Interest to be held at the Kelowna Rotary Centre

Contributed                                Kelowna native Adam Temple at work on his love letter to the mountains.
Letter: Misuse of taxpayers funds

Letter: Misuse of taxpayers funds

Do you see a disturbing trend Mr. and Mrs. Taxpayer?

Letter: Misuse of taxpayers funds
(Flickr Commons: Vladimir Pustovit)

Salsa down the isles

The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra is bringing a celebration to the stage with high energy music, and salsa.

(Flickr Commons: Vladimir Pustovit)
BC VIEWS: Election budget sets the stage

BC VIEWS: Election budget sets the stage

Battles over youth in care, mental health and addiction will dominate legislature

BC VIEWS: Election budget sets the stage
Kelowna women awarded for saving life

Kelowna women awarded for saving life

Angela Munson was awarded a Silver Life Saving Award.

Kelowna women awarded for saving life
Hardware for Kelowna teams at Sweetheart

Hardware for Kelowna teams at Sweetheart

Eighty-seven teams compete in 27th edition of popular ringette tournament

Hardware for Kelowna teams at Sweetheart
(Tyler Simpson Photography)

Vancouver beasts perform in Lake Country

Lion Bear Fox is performing on Mar. 18.

(Tyler Simpson Photography)
Free health assessment for seniors

Free health assessment for seniors

Free assessments help gauge cardiovascular endurance, blood glucose, blood pressure, strength …

Free health assessment for seniors
Harmony Day at local schools today

Harmony Day at local schools today

It’s the first official Harmony Day in the Okanagan

Harmony Day at local schools today