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Kelowna ice wine harvest isn’t looking so hot

With spring being just around the corner, ice wine makers are hoping for a cold snap

UBCO warns of man suspected of hassling women on campus

The university has released an image of the man

Kelowna cop won’t face charges after serious Rutland accident

A police officer turned on their lights when they noticed a car driving faster than the speed limit

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Peachland Fire proud of local community ice rink
West Kelowna has a new pizza parlour
Highway 97 remains closed
Kelowna family business thrives under next generation

BC school district wants an end to public circulation of test scores

Qualicum asks ministry what steps have been made to mask identity of schools, districts

VIDEO: Okanagan man surprised to find unusual suspect caught on video

Meldon Lutzer found something unusual with his house plant and then checked his cameras

Avoid driving in Kelowna, says city staff

A number of accidents have been reported this morning

No injuries reported in Lake Country rollover

A truck rolled off the road in Oyama this morning

Update: Power restored to 1,000 Kelowna residents

FortisBC is reporting a power outage in the Ellison area of the Central Okanagan

Peachland council supports medical clinic that may close

Beach Avenue Medical Clinic may close if it can’t find a medical director

‘No’ respondents are the majority in national park reserve survey

The latest poll also shows that of those surveyed, 75 per cent would like to see a referenedum

New Lake Country entrance sign vandalized

The district is asking graffiti artists to draw elsewhere

VIDEO: Lake Country Blues Festival a hit

Papa Dawg and Harpdog Brown were some of the performers at Creekside Theatre

Vernon murder suspect denied bail

One of two accused of murder will remain behind bars

Peachland’s wharf is in need of repair

Council will decide whether to approve of $50,000 to repair it tonight

Kelowna councillor blasts province for ride-hailing delay

Coun Ryan Donn says he fears services like Uber and Lyft are still a year away in B.C.