Twila Amato

There has been COVID-19 exposures at two elementary schools in District 42. (Image courtesy CDC)

Interior Health reports 24 additional COVID-19 cases

This includes three school exposures in Kelowna

There has been COVID-19 exposures at two elementary schools in District 42. (Image courtesy CDC)
Aberdeen Hall and St. Joseph Catholic School have confirmed cases of COVID-19. (Aberdeen Hall Preparatory School - Facebook)

COVID-19 cases confirmed at two private Kelowna schools

Aberdeen Hall and St. Joseph Catholic School communities have been made aware

Aberdeen Hall and St. Joseph Catholic School have confirmed cases of COVID-19. (Aberdeen Hall Preparatory School - Facebook)
Welcome Inn will offer 20 beds, but site coordinators Jason Siebenga and Tara Tschritter hope to offer up to 40. (Twila Amato - Black Press Media)

Winter shelters spaces opening in Kelowna

The move comes as winter conditions are setting in earlier this year

Welcome Inn will offer 20 beds, but site coordinators Jason Siebenga and Tara Tschritter hope to offer up to 40. (Twila Amato - Black Press Media)
The City of Kelowna’s temporary outdoor shelter on Recreation Avenue, pictured in winter 2019. (Black Press Media file)

Kelowna outreach group hopes winter shelter comes soon

With the early onset of winter conditions this year, those without homes need shelter sooner

The City of Kelowna’s temporary outdoor shelter on Recreation Avenue, pictured in winter 2019. (Black Press Media file)
An Instagram post from Matty Rebman shows his injuries as well as a plea to the driver who struck him. (Instagram/Matty Rebman)

Hit and run kills dog, severely injures West Kelowna man

The car was abandoned but police could not locate its driver

An Instagram post from Matty Rebman shows his injuries as well as a plea to the driver who struck him. (Instagram/Matty Rebman)
(Instagram/Matty Rebman)

Hit and run kills dog, severely injures West Kelowna man

The car was abandoned but police could not locate its driver

(Instagram/Matty Rebman)
(Norm Letnick)

BC Liberals’ Norm Letnick keeps Kelowna-Lake Country seat

Letnick acknowledged there could still be changes when mail-in ballots are counted

(Norm Letnick)
From right to left: Silverado Socrates (Independent), Norm Letnick (Liberal), John Janmaat (Green) and Kyle Geronazzo (Libertarian), from the all-candidates forum on Tues, Oct. 20. (Twila Amato - Black Press Media)

B.C. Votes 2020: BC Liberal Norm Letnick re-elected in Kelowna-Lake Country

Letnick won 1,368 out of 2,542 counted votes or 53.82 per cent

From right to left: Silverado Socrates (Independent), Norm Letnick (Liberal), John Janmaat (Green) and Kyle Geronazzo (Libertarian), from the all-candidates forum on Tues, Oct. 20. (Twila Amato - Black Press Media)
Voters are saying they felt safe voting in person despite the current pandemic. (Phil McLachlan - Capital News)

Kelowna voters talk about their pandemic election experience

Despite an election taking place during COVID-19, residents said they felt safe voting in person

Voters are saying they felt safe voting in person despite the current pandemic. (Phil McLachlan - Capital News)
Smithson Employment Law Corporation donated $10,000 to support Habitat for Humanity Okanagan's Lake Country build. (Habitat for Humanity Okanagan)

Habitat for Humanity Okanagan receives $10,000 donation

Smithson Employment Law Corporation donated to the charity

Smithson Employment Law Corporation donated $10,000 to support Habitat for Humanity Okanagan's Lake Country build. (Habitat for Humanity Okanagan)
COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)

Interior Health reports 18 COVID-19 cases, highest daily count since July

The total of COVID-19 cases in the region is now at 662

COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)
The Independent Investigations Office of BC (IIO)

Police watchdog clears Kelowna RCMP in connection to man’s death

The man died following a single vehicle crash on Highway 97 in June

The Independent Investigations Office of BC (IIO)
RCMP. (Phil McLachlan - Black Press Media)

UPDATE: Collision cleared, Highway 33 at Idabel Lake reopens

The Kelowna RCMP are urging drivers to stay away from the area

RCMP. (Phil McLachlan - Black Press Media)
The first snow of the season in the Central Okanagan. (Twila Amato - Black Press Media)

The first snow of the season comes to the Okanagan, Shuswap

Highway alerts are currently in place for mountain passes

The first snow of the season in the Central Okanagan. (Twila Amato - Black Press Media)
Curious Artistry and Alchemy Café owner, Luigi Coccaro, in front of their new bubble dining experience. (Phil McLachlan - Capital News)

The bubble experience: A new way to dine in Kelowna

A unique way to dine during the COVID-19 pandemic

Curious Artistry and Alchemy Café owner, Luigi Coccaro, in front of their new bubble dining experience. (Phil McLachlan - Capital News)
Curious Artistry and Alchemy Café owner, Luigi Coccaro, in front of their new bubble dining experience. (Phil McLachlan - Capital News)

The bubble experience: A new way to dine in Kelowna

A unique way to dine during the COVID-19 pandemic

Curious Artistry and Alchemy Café owner, Luigi Coccaro, in front of their new bubble dining experience. (Phil McLachlan - Capital News)
COVID-19. (Courtesy of CDC).

Interior Health reports 12 additional COVID-19 cases

The total number of cases in the region is now at 644

COVID-19. (Courtesy of CDC).
Five people with alleged ties to the Red Scorpion Gang are facing numerous charges. (Kelowna RCMP)

5 men linked to Red Scorpion gang charged with gun, drug offences

Police seized a machine gun as well as 5.5 kilograms of fentanyl and carfentanil

Five people with alleged ties to the Red Scorpion Gang are facing numerous charges. (Kelowna RCMP)
(Phil McLachlan - Capital News)

Kelowna man faces charges after alleged break-and-enter spree

RCMP called the alleged crimes, ‘very serious in nature’, impacting businesses, victims

(Phil McLachlan - Capital News)
(Kelowna Capital News)

B.C. Labour Board orders Peachland cannabis company to reinstate laid-off employees

The B.C. Labour Relations Board determined the employees were laid off due to their plan to unionize

(Kelowna Capital News)