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Kelowna residents band together and help Mounties catch thief

Kelowna residents band together and help Mounties catch thief

Police recover stolen firearms after several Kelowna residents subdue a thief
Don't be an easy target, says the Kelowna RCMP

Don't be an easy target, says the Kelowna RCMP

Residents who post a picture of the Don't be an easy target decal on a vehicle window to social media could win a $50 GC
Men fined for feeding black bear near Tofino

Men fined for feeding black bear near Tofino

Fine of $345 for men who posted video after giving bear rice cakes, campers warned about danger of attracting bears
Okanagan world music festival expanding in 2016

Okanagan world music festival expanding in 2016

The event will take place over two days instead of one, on Friday August 26 from 6 – 9 p.m. and on Saturday, Aug. 27 from 4 - 9 p.m.

Federal veterans' affairs minister coming to Kelowna to re-open office

Kent Hehr will be in the city Monday and Tuesday to announce plans for the new VA office.

West Kelowna vehicle burglars at work

RCMP report receive 21 reports of thefts from vehicles over two week period across the city.
Embattled Rutland Park Society president to quit

Embattled Rutland Park Society president to quit

Todd Sanderson says he will resign Aug. 23 at a meeting he has called to elect a new RPS board.
Education ministry offers new school bus funds

Education ministry offers new school bus funds

$14.7 million fund requires school districts to drop bus fees charged to parents
Rutland Parks Society members elect six new directors and demand president's resignation

Rutland Parks Society members elect six new directors and demand president's resignation

At a chaotic meeting Tuesday night, RPS members say they are taking back control of the society.

Fire risk at Knox Mountain Park still high

City of Kelowna will continue to keep upper portion of the park closed in aftermath of small roadside fire doused Tuesday afternoon.