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Reporter Wade Paterson says farewell to Capital News readers.
Two years ago, the Westbank Cemetery was described as devastating, depressing and neglected. Now, flowers and trees line the walkways.
Council wants the district's new general manager of engineering and public works to review the Water Utility Master Plan.
Drivers of electric cars will soon have more incentive to travel to West Kelowna.
Nicole Hamelin is offering her thanks to a few men responsible for saving her mother from a house fire on Paynter Road Monday morning.
Roberta Grewcock's painting will hang on a wall in the Eiffel Tower's first floor Oct. 23.
Jill Setah is a month away from seeing her clothes on a New York runway.
It didn't take long for firefighters to extinguish the second fire to burn on Mount Boucherie in less than a month.
Representatives from Canada's top provider of pleasure craft operator cards were in Kelowna Friday.
Local Mounties have targeted excessive speeders on the new stretch of highway north of Lake Country.
A building on Paradise Valley Drive near the Okanagan Connector is one step closer to legally producing medical marijuana.
Clients of the Kelowna Community Food Bank will now have an opportunity to save a few extra dollars on footwear.
Premier Christy Clark believes an agreement can still be reached with teachers before students are scheduled to head back to class.
Approximately one-sixth of the funding for the Okanagan Centre for Innovation will come from the provincial government.
Center of Gravity has taken over Kelowna's City Park this weekend. Here are some shots taken Friday.
The caretaker's home at the top of Knox Mountain Park is being used as an example of how homes can be protected.
West Kelowna Coun. Carol Zanon was one of thousands evacuated during the Smith Creek wildfire.
"People should just be aware of the messaging and they should…use common sense." -Ralph Adams, air quality meteorologist.
Residents in the evacuated area had just minutes to gather their belongings Thursday afternoon.
Shannon Ridge Park offered one of the best vantage points for watching the Smith Creek wildfire Friday morning.