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Members of a West Kelowna seniors hockey club are sharing their story with the hope that others see the importance of AED training
Local specialists and professionals met with pupils and aspiring students at First College's Career Conference last Friday.
Thousands lined Rutland streets Saturday to watch the fourth annual Vaisakhi Parade.
Reporter Wade Paterson takes a sneak peek at a new Westbank museum opening June 14, which focuses on First Nations history.
Although Kaila Klassen didn't win the inaugural MasterChef Canada competition, she's not walking away from the kitchen.
The district experienced 1.06 per cent growth over the last year, lower than the projected 1.25 per cent growth rate.
The much-anticipated marijuana documentary, The Culture High, is months away from hitting the big screen.
The Kelowna Rockets erased a three-goal deficit to win game one of the WHL western conference championship series 5-4 Friday.
Shuffleboard group told it will have to stop using wax on floor due to maintenance and safety concerns.
Bylaw enforcement, storm water management and development concerns were highlighted at the inaugural meeting.
Barbara Hart has found it easier to sleep at night this spring now that she doesn't have to worry about nearby McDougall Creek flooding.
Several Girl Guides shook their heads in courtroom nine's prisoner box as a judge found them guilty of their various offences.
The creation of a second bridge across Okanagan Lake may be decades away, but the province has taken a step toward that goal.
Aimee Parkes and Ryan Quigley were set to be married this summer.
Ryan Quigley was arrested for muder in a Kelowna alley near St. Paul Street Thursday morning.
The WKRA wants to start a conversation about the issues currently facing West Kelowna residents.
Soles4Souls Canada has collected and distributed 400,000 pairs of shoes since its inception in 2010.
"We just couldn't believe that there hadn't been a Comic-Con here before." -Bonnie Gratz, organizer of the anime and comic festival.
Residents are voicing their concerns over proposed zoning bylaw amendments that would bring multi-family development to Tallus Ridge.
West Kelowna received two certificates of recognition from Worksafe BC and the BC Municipal Safety Association.