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Family launches fundraiser for Lower Mainland father who died in Kelowna

There are two fundraisers, both of which will support Kashif Sheikh’s family

Kelowna couple cycles to fight blindness

Jim and Pauline Marshall continue to inspire the community

E-scooter sharing program not coming back soon

Kelowna council voted to wait for the province to make a decision on the matter

Adaptive equipment rental available at Mission Creek starting July 1

CRIS Adaptive Rentals is now starting to take advanced registrations

Kelowna crimes on a general downward trend: top cop

Supt. Brent Mundle gave his last quarterly report before his transfer

District of Peachland wins Parks Excellence Award

The award is for the district’s Ray Kandola Heritage Pier

Two-vehicle collision at Spall and Enterprise in Kelowna

The incident occurred around 10 a.m. on June 22

Keep mosquitoes at bay: RDCO

Mosquitoes peak between mid-June and the end of July in the Central Okanagan

West Kelowna vet warns about dangers of spear grass

Dr. Oz from Rose Valley Veterinary said spear grass can lead to infections when left untreated

KGH Foundation Day of Giving raises $371,823 for hospital needs

The foundation said the funds will help the hospital acquire urgently needed items

Lake Country RCMP help baby deer through fence

The fawn attempted to squeeze itself through railings, according to the RCMP

Kelowna RCMP investigating serious crash on Lakeshore Road

The crash closed the area to traffic for several hours on June 18

Three Central Okanagan youth-led projects receive United Way, Central Okanagan Foundation funding

The two organizations contributed $6,000 in grants to the three projects

Regional district’s Environmental Education Centre set to reopen

The centre is scheduled to reopen on June 23

Kamloops RCMP asking for help in locating missing woman

Courtenay Vigne has been missing since June 11 and is known to spend time in Kelowna

Crash on Westlake Road slows down traffic

Two vehicles were involved in the crash

RDCO advising residents to be prepared for flooding

Forecasts for the coming weekend may result in flooding and property damage

Kelowna man sues Mountie, province after viral arrest

Tyler Russell alleged he is now suffering from PTSD and ongoing nightmares among others

North Westside firefighters replaced after protesting suspension of chief, deputy

The RDCO said they have since recruited other officers to maintain the level of service in the community

Chapman Parkade rehabilitation project nearly finished

The fifth level of the parkade will be closed until June 24 as the project is completed