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Saturday - 19th August, 2017
There goes the sun
It will be like the calendar has flipped forward six months in Kelowna on Monday morning. Or backwar...
Friday - 18th August, 2017
Woman discovers love of painting late in life
Amother-daughter duo in West Kelowna has learned it’s never too late to master a new skill. “In ...
Thursday - 17th August, 2017
Record area of B.C. land up in smoke
KAMLOOPS — British Columbia’s wildfires have destroyed a record amount of forest, brush and gras...
Wednesday - 16th August, 2017
Free Westbank slogan mystery to city’s mayor
Free Westbank . . . from what? Stencilled graffiti with something of a political message is spreadin...
Tuesday - 15th August, 2017
Gangster congratulated following Bacon murder
The gangster accused of ordering the killing of Jonathan Bacon was in a good mood after the shooting...
Monday - 14th August, 2017
Old rainless record stands thanks to late-night shower
Missed it by two-tenths of a millimetre. A tiny bit of rain late Saturday in Kelowna meant a new rec...
Saturday - 12th August, 2017
Castles in the sand
Dozens of amateur architects and engineers made their way to the already crowded shores of Penticton...
Friday - 11th August, 2017
Dry summer on verge of setting new record
This summer is on track to be one for the weather-record books. If no rain falls in Kelowna today, i...
Thursday - 10th August, 2017
Councillors get earful over truck route plan
West Kelowna council has put the brakes on a controversial plan for a new truck route system in the ...
Wednesday - 9th August, 2017
Wildfire smoke makes it hard for many to catch their breath
Thick smoke blanketing the Okanagan from wildfires across the province is increasing breathing probl...
Tuesday - 8th August, 2017
Okanagan Dream Rally drives away kids’ cares
Around 200 kids were taken for the ride of a lifetime in luxury cars Sunday during the annual Okanag...
Saturday - 5th August, 2017
An epic weekend, fires or no
Smoke, extreme fire hazard and flood aftermath isn’t going to stop the long weekend hordes from ha...
Friday - 4th August, 2017
Report of invasive mussel on trailer in lake false alarm
Whew. The scary report of an invasive zebra mussel attached to a boat trailer that went in and out o...
Thursday - 3rd August, 2017
Increasing number of children being raised by grandparents
TORONTO — With their only child grown up with a family of her own, Louise Hutchison and Dave Sharp...
Wednesday - 2nd August, 2017
Records scorched in July
July was a month for the weather record books. “July 2017 was the warmest on record in Kelowna, da...
Tuesday - 1st August, 2017
Sunday’s blaze no act of nature, say Mounties
Was it carelessness or arson? That is the burning question as fire and police investigators try to d...
Monday - 31st July, 2017
Knox Mtn. fire doused
It’s a startling reminder of just how easily the bush can catch fire, how fast the blaze can sprea...
Saturday - 29th July, 2017
Clark done as leader, MLA
VICTORIA — Christy Clark, a gifted political campaigner with an ever-present smile, announced her ...
Friday - 28th July, 2017
Arts display brightens Bernard
Lisa Brown of Festivals Kelowna helps hang some of the banners from the 150 Banners by 150 Citizens ...
Thursday - 27th July, 2017
Okanagan Centre fire arson, police confirm
Police investigators have pinpointed the spot where the Okanagan Centre fire started and confirmed t...
Wednesday - 26th July, 2017
Fore the fun of it
Kim MacRae tosses her disc towards the second basket as Melissa Pawlak of Kelowna looks on Tuesday a...
Tuesday - 25th July, 2017
Report calls for overhaul of ICBC
VANCOUVER — British Columbia’s attorney general is reassuring drivers they will not be on the ho...
Monday - 24th July, 2017
Park now offers more fun
Megan, 9, and her sister Doreen, 13, play a game of chess on a giant board at Kelowna’s Stuart Par...
Saturday - 22nd July, 2017
Mounties in Lake Country say they are continuing to investigate a “suspicious” fire that destroy...
Friday - 21st July, 2017
Another 3 dolphins to leap into public view
The number of dolphins visible from Waterfront Park will soon double from three to six. A sculpture ...
Thursday - 20th July, 2017
Relief mixed with guilt for returning evacuee
Aprofound sense of relief oddly tinged with guilt was experienced Wednesday by Tim Thomas as the Lak...
Wednesday - 19th July, 2017
Horgan promises help for wildfire evacuees
VICTORIA — The more than 45,000 people forced by wildfires to flee their homes were top of mind fo...
Tuesday - 18th July, 2017
Evacuation refusenik says he has no regrets
A Lake Country homeowner who stayed put during Saturday’s wildfire-triggered evacuation says there...
Monday - 17th July, 2017
Fire now mostly contained, but plenty of damage done
There’s no mistaking it for anything else: The heartwrenching smell of charred wood and melted pla...
Saturday - 15th July, 2017
Shoreline needs saving
If something isn’t done now, all of Okanagan Lake’s natural shoreline could disappear in the nex...
Friday - 14th July, 2017
Evacuees from wildfires finding shelter in Kelowna
Evacuees fleeing wildfires around the province are finding refuge at a Kelowna evacuation centre, wh...
Thursday - 13th July, 2017
Burned out and homeless
Aregular weekend trip to the grocery store ended in a desperate search for a new place to live, afte...
Wednesday - 12th July, 2017
Hazy days of summer
Raging wildfires around the province have caused a heavy blanket of smoke to settle in the Okanagan ...
Tuesday - 11th July, 2017
Help pours in for evacuees, firefighters
KAMLOOPS — Help from other provinces and the federal government has begun to pour in for firefight...
Monday - 10th July, 2017
Fire torches 3 buildings in Mission
Thick black plumes of smoke filled the sky in Kelowna on Saturday, as one apartment building was com...
Saturday - 8th July, 2017
Thousands evacuated as fires rage out of control
100 MILE HOUSE, B.C. — Buildings have been lost and people were told to leave their homes as two f...
Friday - 7th July, 2017
The heat is on
Hot, dry summer weather has arrived in full force in the Okanagan, and it’s here to stay. ...
Thursday - 6th July, 2017
Cleanup from flooding could reach $30 million
A lengthy and costly cleanup is ahead following two months of flooding in the Okanagan, say official...
Wednesday - 5th July, 2017
Wildfire rips through Kaleden
At least two buildings — including one home — were destroyed and 30 more were evacuated Tuesday ...
Tuesday - 4th July, 2017
Nearly back to normal
Thanh Pham and his daughter, Isabella, 5, were stoked that Tugboat Bay Beach was open on Monday.&...
Monday - 3rd July, 2017
Clark cheered on Canada Day despite stepping down as premier
Christy Clark was all smiles Saturday afternoon, as thousands of people greeted her with cheers for ...
Saturday - 1st July, 2017
Water, fire risk both high
In a confounding contradiction of circumstances, there continues to be surplus of water in the Okana...
Friday - 30th June, 2017
NDP to give it a go
VICTORIA — The NDP will form a minority government in British Columbia after the Liberals were def...
Thursday - 29th June, 2017
Hundreds of docks lost to waves, wind
More than half of all docks on Okanagan Lake may have been damaged or destroyed by recordhigh water ...
Wednesday - 28th June, 2017
Mounties lower flag on 55 years at detachment on Doyle Avenue
An RCMP parade covered just 750 metres Tuesday in Kelowna, but it symbolized a move 55 years in the ...
Tuesday - 27th June, 2017
NDP, Greens focus on defeating Liberals
VICTORIA — Two coveted political goals of the NDP and Greens were defeated Monday in the British C...
Monday - 26th June, 2017
Canada’s 150th birthday a bonanza for marketers
It’s been said that Canadians are not brash about their patriotism, but you wouldn’t know it fro...
Saturday - 24th June, 2017
Predator Ridge embracing lavender
From light purple to shades of pink, touches of indigo and splashes of magenta, Predator Ridge Commu...
Friday - 23rd June, 2017
Thomson in hot seat
The NDP and the Greens, who see themselves as a governmentin-waiting, would be happy for Kelowna-Mis...
Thursday - 22nd June, 2017
Warehouse wall transformed into series of Kelowna images
When Claire Fripp asked her son’s hockey coach if he happened to know of any mural artists, she wa...
Wednesday - 21st June, 2017
Public can forget about extra beach
Okanagan Lake may have risen to a record-high level this month, but that won’t lead to wider publi...
Tuesday - 20th June, 2017
Kelowna teen’s 30-km swim around island just a warm-up
BOWEN ISLAND, B.C. — It took nearly 11 hours, but a 17-yearold girl from Kelowna has completed her...
Monday - 19th June, 2017
Car show enthusiasts undeterred by move
The DeLorean Motor Company wasn’t the only carmaker to flirt with gull-wing doors. In 1987, Toyota...
Saturday - 17th June, 2017
Cycling event honours legacy of late mental health advocate
Jeremy McGoran will be remembered at the Ride Don’t Hide event in Penticton scheduled for Sunday, ...
Friday - 16th June, 2017
Jet flight takes her over the moon
Cindy Rogers has dreamed of flying a fighter jet since she was a little girl. Recently, her lifelong...
Thursday - 15th June, 2017
Big blow expected today
Shorelines with southerly exposures could be at risk from erosion today as brisk winds are forecast ...
Wednesday - 14th June, 2017
more pianos in more parks planned this year
The popular Pianos in Parks program will likely expand to the South Pandosy neighbourhood this year....
Tuesday - 13th June, 2017
Clark names cabinet
VICTORIA (CP) — British Columbia Premier Christy Clark’s new cabinet has been sworn in, but it c...
Monday - 12th June, 2017
California couple returns to Kelowna to celebrate their golden anniversary
Same veil, same shoes, same cake, same hotel room, same post-wedding destination. A lot was...
Saturday - 10th June, 2017
Bright futures ahead
Years of hard work paid off for hundreds of students who graduated from UBC Okanagan Friday morning....
Friday - 9th June, 2017
Grads urged to change world
University graduates were urged Thursday to change the world while remembering where they come from ...
Thursday - 8th June, 2017
VICTORIA — Politicians have been called back to the British Columbia legislature on June 22, setti...
Wednesday - 7th June, 2017
Keeping calm and carrying on
Asense of calm determination to deal with rising lake levels prevails in a flood-threatened Kelowna ...
Tuesday - 6th June, 2017
City Park submerged in worst-case scenario
The feasibility of increasing the drainage capacity of Okanagan Lake should be examined once the cur...
Monday - 5th June, 2017
Woman from Kootenays killed in London attack
OTTAWA — A Canadian woman killed in the terror attack that left seven people dead in London was re...
Saturday - 3rd June, 2017
Weather not helping
Thursday night and early Friday morning’s rain wasn’t good. Neither was Friday’s sun ...
Friday - 2nd June, 2017
Creek-end dream home built to rise above flood
Looking at his property on a map, you might think Georg Schurian is the most worried man in Kelowna....
Thursday - 1st June, 2017
Prepared for worst
In the middle of a large evacuation alert area, in which residents are busy sandbagging and draining...
Wednesday - 31st May, 2017
Green Bay resident depending on dike to keep his home dry
Each spring for 42 years, Peter Bang has watched Okanagan Lake rise toward his home. Except for 1990...
Tuesday - 30th May, 2017
Greens side with NDP
VICTORIA — British Columbia’s New Democrat and Green party leaders shook hands Monday in the leg...
Monday - 29th May, 2017
Stars come to Kelowna
The Art Walk became something of a walk of fame Sunday when production started on a new movie being ...
Sunday - 28th May, 2017
Lake up another 5 cm; creeks now the worry
Okanagan Lake rose another five centimetres from Friday to Saturday morning to 343.05 metres.&nb...
Saturday - 27th May, 2017
Record lake level could be smashed
Okanagan Lake, which has already reached the 1948 flood record high level of 343 metres, could rise ...
Friday - 26th May, 2017
Lake to surpass 1948 flood level
Okanagan Lake rose another three centimetres Thursday morning, up to 342.98 metres above sea level.&...
Thursday - 25th May, 2017
Lakefront docks wrecked by storm
Lakefront property owners in Kelowna are desperately trying to salvage their docks, many of which we...
Wednesday - 24th May, 2017
Bridge over troubling waters
Okanagan Lake is projected to crest 60 centimetres below the point at which operating changes would ...
Tuesday - 23rd May, 2017
Thousands driven to take in World of Wheels car show
Peachland’s World of Wheels car show on Sunday was one of the best-attended editions of the 20year...
Sunday - 21st May, 2017
Sun shines on May Days
The Rutland May Days parade is not only the place to see colourful floats and fancy cars while colle...
Saturday - 20th May, 2017
Leave the boat at home
While the warm, sunny weather may be ideal for people wanting to get out on the lake this weekend, o...
Friday - 19th May, 2017
don’t make waves
Nervous owners of lakefront homes around Kelowna are appealing for boaters to go slow along the shor...
Thursday - 18th May, 2017
Flooding puts damper on start to tourist season
Warnings of record rainfall and severe flooding have kept some tourists from visiting Kelowna this m...
Wednesday - 17th May, 2017
No stopping rising lake
Large inflatable rubber dams have been set up along local waterfront parks to protect properties fro...
Tuesday - 16th May, 2017
Lake less than half a metre from flooding
Drainage of Okanagan Lake was accelerated again on Monday as officials tried to prevent shoreline fl...
Monday - 15th May, 2017
Relief in Kelowna as megaflood fizzles
Creekside residents in Kelowna were left high and dry on the weekend, and thankfully so, as flooding...
Sunday - 14th May, 2017
Too soon to relax
Warm, sunny weather is no time to disregard flood warnings, warns Central Okanagan Emergency Operati...
Saturday - 13th May, 2017
Flood risk remains high
Kelowna residents were on edge Friday morning, bracing for more flooding as Okanagan Lake and nearby...
Friday - 12th May, 2017
Ellison residents build walls of sandbags to protect homes
With three properties facing imminent flooding risks in the Central Okanagan, Judy Shoemaker and her...
Thursday - 11th May, 2017
Officials sound alarm over major flood threat
Widespread flooding — perhaps the worst on record — is expected along Kelowna creeks Friday and ...
Wednesday - 10th May, 2017
‘Something very different’
All members of “Team Okanagan” cruised to an early and solid victory last night, but they had to...
Tuesday - 9th May, 2017
Flooding fears shift from creeks to lake
Flooding concerns could shift from local creeks to the shores of Okanagan Lake this week. The lake i...
Monday - 8th May, 2017
Floodwaters recede, but not fast enough
Floodwaters receded along Kelowna’s Mill Creek on Sunday, leaving dozens of property owners with t...
Sunday - 7th May, 2017
Streets closed, states of emergency declared
States of emergency have been declared in Kelowna, West Kelowna and Fintry Delta in the Regional Dis...
Saturday - 6th May, 2017
Waters, unease on the rise
When Phil Dalgleish heard a loud crack in the middle of the night, he ran outside to find a tree had...
Friday - 5th May, 2017
3 new dog beaches to open in 2 weeks
Three new dog beaches along Kelowna’s shore should open by the May long weekend. City staff hope t...
Thursday - 4th May, 2017
If U.S. wants wine war, ‘bring it on,’ says Clark
Christy Clark says she will fight the United States’ efforts to force American wine into B.C. groc...
Wednesday - 3rd May, 2017
Okanagan produce at risk, says premier
Gary Senft will be leaving Penticton with an utterly unique souvenir: a beer glass with Christy Clar...
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