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West Kelowna indoor pools not opening for the summer

Physical distancing requirements are difficult to meet in indoor aquatic centres

Kelowna woman a finalist for Youth Innovation Showcase

The competition brings together youth aged 12-24 from all over B.C. and the Yukon

City of West Kelowna approves applications for wineries, restaurants to expand service areas

The service area expansion is so establishments can meet the provincial requirement on physical distancing

Boil water notice downgraded to quality advisory for Sunnyside/Pritchard system

Turbidity in Okanagan Lake is decreasing, according to city staff

Kelowna International Airport director on changes due to COVID-19

Flight service continues to operate at a limited capacity and will expand as more cities reopen

Kelowna startup receives funding to develop COVID-19 test

Metabolic Insights Inc. received a $300,000 grant from the National Research Council

Over $70,000 raised for Okanagan girl who fell out of a tree

Ainsley Wood sustained a major spinal injury when she fell off a tree while playing

Over $70,000 raised for Kelowna girl who fell out of a tree

Ainsley Wood sustained a major spinal injury when she fell off a tree while playing

Collision slows down traffic at Hwy 97, Banks Road

Southbound traffic is moving slowly

City of West Kelowna opens registration for summer programming

2020 summer programs have been designed to follow provincial health guidelines

Rotary Club launches annual prize raffle

The raffle’s proceeds go towards funding various projects throughout the Okanagan

Kelowna family identifies mountain biker who suddenly died in Penticton

Musician Leah West said she was informed of her husband’s death on June 6

Police watchdog investigating Lake Country incident

A man was taken to hospital after the June 3 incident

Community backlash over Black Lives Matter rally in Kelowna

Some members of Kelowna’s black community stated they don’t support Friday’s rally

Filming to resume safely later in June: Okanagan Film Commission

Film commissioner Jon Summerland said they want to start filming again later in June

UPDATE: Cyclist in serious condition after being hit by a dump truck in Kelowna

The woman sustained injuries to one of her legs, according to RCMP

Kelowna RCMP Supt. Mundle transferred to Southeast District

Supt. Brent Mundle spent three and a half years as the commander of the Kelowna detachment

Kelowna mayor issues statement on Black Lives Matter rally

The rally is scheduled for June 5 at Kelowna’s Stuart Park

City of West Kelowna property tax notices sent out

The city is asking residents to pay online before the July 2 due date

Kelowna BC SPCA busy throughout pandemic

Branch manager Sean Hogan said they have a good problem right now