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Kelowna exhibit showcasing Nk’Mip children’s art ending soon

Our Lives Through Our Eyes: Nk’Mip Children’s Art will end April 21

Slam a cheap breakfast in Kelowna for a good cause

Denny’s Kelowna has their Original Grand Slam breakfast deal in support of JoeAnna’s House

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Okanagan Music Rundown
Kelowna's KF Aerospace bringing in more jobs with increase to hangar capacity
Kelowna's OKM jazz band ready for BC Interior Jazz Festival
Grass fires near Chase

Garbage bags full of trash, dog poop collected from Okanagan Rail Trail

Joanna Long issued a challenge to Lake Country to clean up after the dogs and took it a step further

Kelowna farmer’s market has one of best opening days ever

The market opened its outdoor location Saturday along Dilworth Drive

Kelowna readers react to provincial funding for menstrual products in Okanagan schools

The B.C. government announcement came with $300,000 in funding for the 60 school districts

Tracy Gray new Kelowna-Lake Country Conservative candidate

The former Kelowna councillor was selected Saturday night

Kelowna-Lake Country Conservatives ready to vote

A federal Tory candidate will be selected for the riding Saturday

Measles catch-up immunization program being offered to Kelowna children, teens

Interior Health has issued a statement to parents about the program in the Central Okanagan

VIDEO: Kelowna coffee company has a roaster from the 1960s

Cherry Hill Coffee is a family run operation on Hunter Road.

Kelowna farmer’s market celebrates opening day of outdoor season

The Kelowna Farmers’ and Crafters’ Market is back at its Dilworth Location

Lake Country zipline company ‘cautiously optimistic’ heading into wildfire season

With smoky skies for the past two years, Oyama Zipline Adventure Park opens April 20

‘I’m here for you.’ Cancer society Daffodil Campaign launches in Kelowna

Steve Francis is heavily involved with the society’s daffodil campaign

Kelowna brain injury symposium follows TED Talk format

Pushor Mitchell BRAINx BrainTrust will be held June 6

Knox Mountain to reopen for vehicles

With spring weather brings the Kelowna park’s reopening to drivers

$1,000 meal to be launched at Kelowna seafood restaurant

The Grand Daddy, served at The Table Cafe, will fill the bellies of eight to 12 people

Off with his head: Construction work begins to remove Ogopogo statue

An Ogogopo statue is being removed from Kelowna City Park’s water park

Soaps created from Okanagan elements to be showcased at Kelowna’s largest spring market

Dawn Larden, owner of Oyama Soap Company, is a part of Craft Culture’s Spring Market

Lake Country RV company to donate $100,000 to charities for 35th anniversary

For the next year, Voyager RV will donate a portion of its sales to Central Okanagan charities