Sydney Morton

Okanagan woman free from breast implants

Dana Klassen has been living as a prisoner in her own body is now free

Mental health course to be held in West Kelowna for veterans and families

The course is free and released veterans will be given first priority

Kelowna’s metal bands to battle it out for coveted spot on line-up

The Wacken Metal Battle will come to Kelowna for the first time

Music Rundown: Who you should be watching play live this week

Fill your calendar this week with these great shows

Urban Distillery + Liquor moves to West Kelowna

The proprietor has big dreams for the new space

Creekside Theatre offers unique experience for cinephiles

The Lake Country theatre shows movies and documentaries twice a month

Creekside Theatre offers unique experience for cinephiles

The Lake Country theatre shows movies and documentaries twice a month

Benches made from wood that posed a fire risk in Lake Country

The parks team is making benches from the trees removed from the Jack Seaton Park

Huge crack and bang heard as Wood Lake fractures

‘It was roaring across the lake,’ Lake Country woman recounts sound of crack in Wood Lake ice

A new name for Rutland? A social media post sparks debate

It seems the name of the Kelowna neighbourhood is a hot topic

Kelowna weather: mix of sun and cloud

The sun will be hiding behind the clouds for the next few days

Music Rundown: Who you should be watching play live this week

Fill your calendar this week with these great shows

Celebrating family, love, and charity with ink in Kelowna

People lined up around the block to get a tattoo for a good cause

Car crashes through Kelowna business’ wall

Cruzwear Unlimited’s exterior wall had a car crash through it

Family Day move restricts B.C. residents from booking into B.C. ski resort

The holiday, that now aligns with the U.S., Alberta and Ontario is keeping B.C. residents out of accommodation

Family Day move restricts B.C. residents from booking into ski resort

The holiday, that now aligns with the U.S., Alberta and Ontario is keeping B.C. residents out of accommodation

Families come together for night of cooking and fun in Kelowna

Indigenous students and their families stayed late after school to have breakfast for dinner

Salt and Brick chef prepares special lunch for store after break-in

James Holmes cooked up a storm to help brighten the employee’s day

Proper Man, born of whiskey and a muddy accent

The Kelowna band has released their latest music video, Kleptomaniac

Kelowna lovebirds may want to check out Hotel Zed for a few hours this Valentine’s Day

The hotel is offering a special package for couples Feb. 14