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Shuswap Lake becomes important layover for flight of pelicans

Birdwatchers say the number of birds stopping to and from their nesting grounds is increasing

Vancouver to Sicamous: a backroads journey by bicycle

Marco Bieri discovers backcountry via trails, logging and mining roads

Kelowna busker lives off poems he writes on-demand

Give him a word and some coin, and he’ll write you a poem on-the-spot

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The Kelowna Capital News team plants a tree for Earth Day
Cougar caught on camera in Lake Country
Snow blankets Kelowna
Caught in camera: Bear hangs out in tree in Trail

Remote learning option poses potential risk for Central Okanagan students

Not able to register back into a student’s catchment area school could occur

25 years later: The water skiing legend on Kalamalka Lake

A group of waterskiers were towed behind a plane on Kalamalka Lake back in 1995

Kids get creative over summer with North Okanagan market

East Hill children sell their wares, goods at street market

Summerland’s history featured in Okanagan Historical Society’s annual report

Three local historians have contributed articles to 2020 publication

Summerland had first electrical system in Okanagan Valley

Community’s electrical utility was created in 1905

Pets adopted during the pandemic haven’t been returned: Kelowna BC SPCA

So many residents are hoping to adopt pets that the BC SPCA said animals don’t stay long at the shelter

Fuel Good Day supports Okanagan charities

The Armstrong Regional Co-op hosts its annual Fuel Good Day Tuesday, Sept. 15

QUIZ: The bare facts about bears

As summer ends, bear sightings will become more common. How much do you know about bears?

AlleyCats Alliance looks for special donation

The charity needs a small space to collect and sort bottles for return

First wedding in Summerland was held in 1904

Harry Dunsdon and Annie Stevens were both from Middlesex, England

AlleyCats Okanagan: Pet of the week

AlleyCats Alliance in the Okanagan is making a plea for foster homes

The turtle didn’t cross the road, thanks to a Shuswap group

Gardom Lake volunteers create nesting site to help protect species under threat

Keremeos children’s author aims to normalize disabilities with new book

Gus Gets Going tells the story of a boy who uses a wheelchair living life to the fullest

A look back at Kelowna’s past

Rainbow Auto Court, circa 1944

  • Aug 27, 2020

City of Kelowna lowers water restrictions for southeast neighbourhoods

Gallagher’s Canyon and McCulloch East residences can now water their lawns and gardens twice a week

Giant interactive mural brings local wildlife to downtown Salmon Arm

Artists, property owner interested in producing more public murals

Son’s death spurs Shuswap resident to speak out against stigma of substance use

Purple ribbons placed around Kelowna for International Overdose Awareness Day