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Wednesday - 18th October, 2017
Winds lash city
Kelowna’s reputation as the calmest city in Canada took a whipping Tuesday as strong winds blew th...
Tuesday - 17th October, 2017
Business fears bad news in wake of good news
Small businesses in the Okanagan are bracing for a good news-bad news double punch. “Yes,...
Monday - 16th October, 2017
OSO fans take note of show at library
The sweet strains of music from stringed instruments wafted through the downtown Kelowna library Sat...
Saturday - 14th October, 2017
Aging valley needs youth movement
With an aging population and a fertility rate too low to maintain the population, the future of the ...
Friday - 13th October, 2017
Phase-out of portable signs urged in Kelowna
Portable signs could be on their way out in Kelowna. The movable signs — garish to some and inform...
Thursday - 12th October, 2017
Local wineries touched by California wildfires
There’s nothing Tony Stewart can do now except hope for the best. “The fire’s about a half a m...
Wednesday - 11th October, 2017
Accused Bacon killer targeted twice in hits
One of the men accused of killing gangster Jonathan Bacon drove himself to hospital after being shot...
Tuesday - 10th October, 2017
Zoli Kempe, 3, makes his way through a corn maze at Kelowna’s McMillan Farms, guided by mom Ashley...
Saturday - 7th October, 2017
Twins fulfilling vow to participate in marathon
While awaiting a doublelung transplant, Andrew Brownell made a pact with his twin sister Anna Jones ...
Friday - 6th October, 2017
Lake Country man wounded in Vegas shootings coming home
LAS VEGAS — Braden Matejka, a Lake Country resident who was shot in the head in the weekend attack...
Thursday - 5th October, 2017
Scads of scarecrows
Dozens of human effigies that are life-like and outlandish, colourful and incomprehensible, have pop...
Wednesday - 4th October, 2017
CORD praised for success in curbing unlicensed dogs
Central Okanagan dog control officials have won provincial praise for their crackdown on unlicensed ...
Tuesday - 3rd October, 2017
Kelowna man injured in shootings
AKelowna man in Las Vegas to celebrate his 50th birthday was among those wounded in the mass shootin...
Monday - 2nd October, 2017
Runners gather in numbers to battle breast cancer
When she heard something suspicious had been detected on her daughter’s mammogram, Jeannine Robill...
Saturday - 30th September, 2017
Waiver saves resort from lawsuit
Big White Ski Resort was negligent in its failure to adequately mark a hazard that led to a man brea...
Friday - 29th September, 2017
Plenty of candidates for Great Pumpkin
Pumpkins at the Coast may be undersized this fall because of the long and hot summer, but that’s n...
Thursday - 28th September, 2017
Construction of rail trail starts to pick up steam
A17-kilometre section of the Okanagan Rail Trail along the west shore of Kalamalka Lake could be rea...
Wednesday - 27th September, 2017
Massive mound of dirt making way for towers
The 12-year-old gargantuan dirt pile at the corner of Water Street and Sunset Drive in Kelowna is fi...
Tuesday - 26th September, 2017
Dock replacements checked by officials
Docks on Okanagan Lake that were damaged by spring flooding are being rebuilt in a way that preserve...
Monday - 25th September, 2017
Pot high on agenda for civic leaders
VANCOUVER — Municipalities in British Columbia are clamouring to have a say in the marijuana polic...
Saturday - 23rd September, 2017
Judge sees through ‘web of lies’
Donald Brodie’s testimony was a web of lies and deception, a B.C. Supreme Court judge declared pri...
Friday - 22nd September, 2017
Public could get to pick name of Upper Mission’s new school
An online voting contest could be used to choose the name of Kelowna’s newest school. Sch...
Thursday - 21st September, 2017
2nd storm forces retreat by FortisBC repair crews
Threats of hurricane Maria forced the evacuation of FortisBC crews from Turks and Caicos this week, ...
Wednesday - 20th September, 2017
Cooler nights arrive at just right time for apple harvest
Harvesting of the Kelowna apple crop is running about three weeks later than last year, growers and ...
Tuesday - 19th September, 2017
Several vehicles burned in fire labelled suspicious
Several vehicles caught fire in a wooded area of West Kelowna Monday afternoon. West Kelown...
Monday - 18th September, 2017
Runners told Fox’s legacy lives on because of them
Ayoung student from South America has resumed his kinesiology studies at UBC Okanagan less than a ye...
Saturday - 16th September, 2017
Friday - 15th September, 2017
Transition house’s critics far outnumber supporters
Many of the people who support a controversial residence for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts ...
Thursday - 14th September, 2017
Woman marks 97th birthday by cancelling 72-year debt
AKelowna woman celebrated her 97th birthday Wednesday by paying a 15-cent hospital bill from 1945. K...
Wednesday - 13th September, 2017
Museum digs dino skulls out of storage for exhibit
Long stored in the basement of Kelowna’s museum, two dinosaur skulls will be brought upstairs this...
Tuesday - 12th September, 2017
NDP says budget puts people 1st
VICTORIA — British Columbia’s minority New Democrat government says it is starting to build the ...
Monday - 11th September, 2017
Sunny, blue skies breath of fresh air for Kelowna
And, poof, the smoke is gone. Bright blue skies should return to Kelowna for most of today and Tuesd...
Saturday - 9th September, 2017
In March 2016, Stephen Klaver was stunned to discover his biweekly pay was $500 instead of $1,400.&a...
Thursday - 7th September, 2017
Prime minister challenged on tax plan, electoral reform
Tax reform, small businesses and electoral reform were among the topics Kelowna residents raised wit...
Wednesday - 6th September, 2017
PM’s fire hall visit a hit with crews
Unsure of protocol, Kelowna fire Chief Travis Whiting hesitated Tuesday before asking Prime Minister...
Tuesday - 5th September, 2017
Labour Day Picnic
Amber Freeman feeds a forkful of cake to husband Sid during the Labour Day Picnic Monday at Mission ...
Saturday - 2nd September, 2017
Fire scorches band land
For the third time is an as many months, the Penticton Indian Reserve and adjacent West Bench neighb...
Friday - 1st September, 2017
Kid-killer dad not high risk, judge rules
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — A man who underwent a psychotic break and murdered his three children as t...
Thursday - 31st August, 2017
When to launch a back-to-school sale involves tricky timing for retailers
Economist Ross Hickey, who teaches at UBC’s Okanagan campus, discusses the reasoning behind back-t...
Wednesday - 30th August, 2017
Website forecasts fire smoke – and today’s not looking good
Smoky skies will develop again in the Central Okanagan at 8 a.m. today, with clearing expected preci...
Tuesday - 29th August, 2017
Summer months end on high note as far as temperature’s concerned
Kelowna is on track to record its most sizzling summer ever. The average daily high temperature this...
Monday - 28th August, 2017
200 exercise right to access to shore of Okanagan Lake
About 200 people walked the beaches of Kelowna on Sunday to exercise a right they say the provincial...
Saturday - 26th August, 2017
Hurricane Harvey slams into Gulf Coast
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) — Hurricane Harvey smashed into Texas late Friday, lashing a wide swath...
Friday - 25th August, 2017
1,100 flee Joe Rich blaze
A wildfire broke out in Joe Rich Thursday afternoon, and hundreds of people were evacuated as crews ...
Thursday - 24th August, 2017
Downtown hotel to include private homes, more storeys
Revised plans for a major hotel in downtown Kelowna now show a taller tower and the inclusion of 49 ...
Wednesday - 23rd August, 2017
Shelties out for a stroll
Brenda Lyall walks her shelties along the waterfront promenade beside Stuart Park in Kelowna under s...
Tuesday - 22nd August, 2017
Hundreds gather downtown to watch partial solar eclipse
Apartial eclipse of the sun produced full appreciation for the wonders of the heavens Monday morning...
Monday - 21st August, 2017
Eclipse something to look up to, but not without eye protection
Clayton Uyeda and his wife Jo will be on a ferry — en route from Swartz Bay on Vancouver Island to...
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...
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