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If Shannon Lake residents are interested, they could have a new floating dock to enhance fishing in Shannon Lake Regional Park.
With the 2014 FIFA World Cup underway, reporter Wade Paterson checks in with local footy fans to see how they celebrate the tournament.
The Westbank Lions Club is looking for the public's help to pay for much-needed community centre upgrades not covered by insurance.
The We Create Change Tour stopped at Mount Boucherie Senior Secondary Friday as part of its 10-week, 90-stop cross-Canada tour.
Three West Kelowna teenagers learned how to check vehicle brakes, tire air pressure and essential fluids Thursday morning.
"Most people would rather look across, through traffic, at some of the landscaping, rather than look at a blank wall." - Doug Findlater
The District of Peachland and MOTI are contributing funds to take a closer look at the possibility of a Highway 97 bypass around Peachland.
An attempt to "defraud the public process" didn't sway DWK council from approving a controversial variance request Tuesday.
ZipZone Adventures' newest attraction has taken the fear of heights to a new level.
"The feedback from those who come is always excellent; they really like the format of so many different topics." - Mayor Doug Findlater
The builder who forged a West Kelowna homeowner's signature is at the centre of an RCMP investigation.
There were very few complaints from those who attended a public hearing regarding Peachland's biggest development project to date.
General manager of Jazel Homes calls the situation 'a horrible nightmare'
There will be at least one new face on District of West Kelowna council by the end of this year.
"It's getting the two cultures together and getting them to understand what our culture is and what it used to be."
There are new rules that will affect what residents can and can't put in their blue curbside recycling bins.
Staples Canada has confirmed West Kelowna's branch will be one of approximately 225 North American locations to close by the end of 2015.
A local resident is trying to bring a men's group movement, which has grown substantially in Australia and New Zealand, to the Okanagan.
The annual stocking of the lake is part of the Regional District of the Central Okanagan's Go Fish program, which is in its eight year.
Two-time BCAA Worst Road defending champion Westside Road seems to be in the running for the infamous title yet again.