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Okanagan woman wins international nail art competition

Giselle Caballero said the competition helped her through the COVID-19 pandemic

Travellers required to wear masks: Kelowna International Airport

Masks or face coverings are required at all times at the airport

Child Advocacy Centre receives donation from Kelowna Rotary Club

The Rotary Club donated $25,000 to the centre

West Kelowna RCMP investigating suspicious fire

The incident happened on the afternoon of June 29

Bernard Avenue patio expansion ‘unrealistic’ for non-restaurant owners: retailer

The owner of Funktional and Frock & Fellow said the expansion only benefits restaurants

Drunk boater facing charges after incident on Okanagan Lake

The man was reportedly operating his vessel in an erratic and dangerous manner

‘Gradual return to service’ as passengers adjust after COVID-19: Kelowna International Airport

Airport director Sam Samaddar said they’re projecting passenger numbers similar to 1996-1997

West Kelowna leading the way in safe reopening

Staff said the city’s protocols are being used by other municipalities

City of West Kelowna to install trail cams to monitor turtle crossing at Westlake Road

2020 has seen an increase in turtle mortality in the area

Thompson Okanagan safe destination: World Travel & Tourism Council

TOTA president said BC’s safety protocols not only meet but exceed the WTTC’s

Lane reductions on Glenmore Road starting June 29

The lane reduction is for paving along a portion of Glenmore Road

B.C. author speaks about discrimination against Indigenous peoples

Chase author highlights Williams Lake family in recent book

Rough wellness check upsetting: Kelowna mayor

Mayor Colin Basran said the video is hard to watch

Mixed-use development across KGH a no-go

The proposed project includes outpatient health services and a hotel

Loseth Road residents voice concerns over new Kirschner Mountain development

The proposed development will have an eventual connect between Loseth and Gallagher

Kelowna council supports 625-capacity downtown wine centre

Despite the lack of details on who the operator will be, council is confident about the project

Kelowna’s Bernard Avenue closed to vehicles starting June 29

The closure is meant to allow businesses to expand patio areas to promote physical distancing

UBCO student union president speaks out on civil suit filed after alleged rough arrest

The student union is now calling for increased mental health support funding for students

Sarsons Beach Park expansion starts June 24

The $230,000 project will create more park space for users

North Westside residents ask for study to determine if they should stay in regional district

The study will determine if the area should be its own municipality or stay within the RDCO