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About 30 Grade 3 to 6 students participated in several experiments at the inaugural Mind over Muscle event at UBCO Thursday.
Crystal Mountain Resort has been granted yet another extension for a rezoning application that would allow for expansion.
23-year-old Sol O'Rielly and his mother, Tammie, were working on their computers Thursday when the sound of alarms caught their attention.
Aboriginal students filled the Sensisyusten Gymnasium Thursday as they took part in Westbank First Nation's second annual career fair.
The District of West Kelowna is progressing with its plans to have medical marijuana production limited to industrial lands.
Nine local associations had an opportunity to directly address District of West Kelowna council Tuesday night.
It’s no secret working in northern Alberta is common for residents of the Okanagan.
West Kelowna Vintners Association has only officially been in existence for a few months.
The BC Safety Authority is continuing its investigation at Crystal Mountain after Saturday's chairlift incident that injured four people.
Kelowna's outdoor ice rink will likely close down for the season within the next few days, depending on the weather.
Local residents got a closer look at what the Sneena Road Overpass Project will involve over the next nine months at an open house Tuesday.
Following a colourful discussion, the DWK has moved one step closer to finding somewhere to put its commercial medical marijuana operations.
If you happen to be in downtown Kelowna Wednesday afternoon, you may notice a wave of pink shirts walking by.
John Edward Newcome was given an 18-month conditional sentence by Judge Vincent Hogan Thursday.
Ten GMS students stacked nearly 1,000 cans of food to create a giant Tim Hortons coffee cup in Orchard Park Mall.
The wheels are slowly beginning to turn on a proposed Campbell Road development in West Kelowna.
Several Mount Boucherie Senior Secondary students are willing to let their stomachs growl for a good cause.
The conclusion to our series on those who live in the Okanagan and work in the Fort McMurray area.
Damjan Madjar has invented a product he hopes will make drinking liquids a little bit easier.
Motorists will no longer be able to access the piece of Elliott Road, which connects Main Street and Dobbin Road, in a couple of weeks.