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Rain barrels, compost bins popular on Earth Day in Kelowna

Regional District’s annual sale sees all rain barrels sell in 90 minutes

Boil water notice in effect for Peachland

Interior Health recommends all customers drink boiled water or a safe alternative.

  • Apr 22nd, 2018

Tax increase proposed to meet Lake Country facility maintenance gap

A draft of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan proposes tax increases

COSAR makes Kelowna Law Day debut

The search and rescue team was on scene as Girl Guides were arrested left and right

Kelowna woman runs to beat hunger

Teri Kanner is collecting donations for the Central Okanagan Community Food Bank

VIDEO: 33 Oliver-area homes evacuated due to flooding

Flooding in the Sportsman Bowl area has swelled drastically over course of one week

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Theft in Kelowna
Kelowna MapleFest
Gold medal Olympian Kelsey Serwa returns to Kelowna
Olympian Kelsey Serwa speaks on Kelowna

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Immigrant finds Kelowna job market challenging

Pearl has a Master’s Degree in Finance and was able to find work through KCR

Kelowna landfill flooding

The ground is soggy at the Kelowna landfill

Lake Country to get a new winery

A development proposal was approved Tuesday by council

Woodsdale road expected to be busy with opening of rail trail

The district will pursue grants to improve the road as walking traffic will increase

Highway 33 to re-open Friday

Traffic expected to resume at around 7 p.m.

Driving Change: A Kelowna man’s charitable trip across Canada

A Kelowna man, his bus, and his mission for positive change across our country

Kelowna examines options to connect Rutland with rail trail

Public feedback on the four options is available online until May 6

Dangerous driver stopped by spike belt in Lake Country

The driver was arrested in Lake Country after fleeing the scene in Kelowna

Cops cuff good guys for great cause

Kelowna RCMP arrested members of the public as part of their annual Cops for Kids fundraiser.

Bladder dam being installed in West Kelowna

The city is installing a bladder dam on the west side of Gellatly Road

Supreme Court of Canada ruling a “missed opportunity” for B.C. wineries

B.C. Wine Institute and its members disappointed about ruling on interprovincial trade

Steele: Mark Earth Day by planning an eco-friendly yard

Sunday is Earth Day, a time to think about what we can each do to support life systems.

  • Apr 18th, 2018