Sawyer Klassen

UBCO women get first basketball win; men struggle in Fraser Valley

As the UBCO basketball season continues, the women split two games while the men lose a pair in Fraser Valley

Defensive coordinator reflects on Canadian Bowl loss

Mike Botterill was proud of how the Sun played despite the loss in Saskatoon.

Sun ready for Canadian Bowl

The Okanagan Sun will play the Saskatoon Hilltops Saturday for Canadian junior football's highest prize.

Heat b’ball starts regular season

Both the men's and women's teams play UFV on Friday and Saturday

West Kelowna resident’s three-year petition to council pays off

Campbell Road resident will have ditch system in his neighbourhood replaced.

Okanagan College brings career opportunities to community

The College's 34th annual Career Fair featured about 80 booths.

Kelowna grandmoms reach out to African counterparts

The Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign has evolved from grief to empowering the future

Grandmothers for Africa

Kelowna grandmothers reach out to help their African counterparts.

Kelowna mayor has lunch with KSS students

Mayor Colin Basran met with students to discuss what they liked about Kelowna and what they thought could be improved.

Museum planning to add landmark to West Kelowna

The Westbank Museum wants to add a historical statue to the 97A couplet.

OGO Car Share considering expansion into West Kelowna

Executive director Christian Brandt made a presentation to West Kelowna council about Car Share.

Election 2015; Fight for infrastructure funding

West Kelowna mayor not concerned his MP is a member of the Opposition.

BlueStar invests in Okanagan tourism

The travel company held a grand opening Sunday afternoon.

Walk-in clinics seek government financial relief

Walk-In Clinics of BC has approached the provincial government and federal political parties.

Kelowna SPCA opens news facility

The new barn is located beside the existing shelter, and will house rescued horses and farm animals.

Woman to Watch: Renee Wasylyk

"I wanted to build…a company that would be one of the backbones in the communities we built in and developed in.”

Water Forum addresses water management in the Okanagan

Wednesday's forum featured Dr. David Suzuki as keynote speaker.

October the ideal time to switch to winter tires

A Senior Zone Manager with Kal Tire explains winter tires are simply the safest and best option in Canadian winters.

Kelowna Chamber of Commerce names Business Leader of the Year

Theresa Arsenault has been selected as the 2015 award winner.

Women To Watch—Christy Lovig

Lawyer returns to her hometown to continue her successful career as a lawyer with Doak Shirreff LLP firm.