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The retired Canadian astronaut will be visiting Vernon on May 14 for his Canada 150 tour
At a public hearing, a bylaw aimed at protecting the water intake in Kalamalka Lake was put on hold
On March 22, K.Flay will be playing at the Kelowna Community Theatre
After the closure of the Queensway launch, sailors are using a crane to launch their boats
Richard Federley is competing to become Canada’s next astronaut
The school district will be monitoring field trips to the US in light of Trump’s border control laws.
Students and teachers are travelling to El Salvador to build a home for a family in need
Last week, Grade 5 teachers learned ways to incorporate First Nations themes into the classroom
An accident on Hwy 97 and Leckie Street is slowing traffic
Two Kelowna men who organized a setup which sent a man to the hospital were found guilty yesterday.
Buck the lab has been found.
The Okanagan Heritage Museum will be showing Biodiversity in the Okanagan the next permanent exhibit
Brett Wade helps his students lower their stress levels by offering quick guided meditations before each class.
Author Renee Duke will be signing books at Chapters, in Orchard Park Mall, March 4.
Brett Wade helps his students lower their stress levels by offering meditations before each class.
The second annual Indoor Children’s Festival had more than 40 vendors providing entertainment.
Don’t be afraid to be yourself. That’s the message Lake Country residents Makayla Krenzel and her mother, Becky, are sharing.
Penticton RCMP officer Dan Moskaluk is advocating for a non-animal protein diet in the latest documentary Eating You Alive.
Justin Schneider is the Central Okanagan School District's new communications advisor.