Kelowna News Staff

Man caught peeing on RCMP building

A man was given a fine after being caught urinating on the new cop shop

Eat and drink local to support farmers

Buy BC: Eat Drink Local is back with a soft launch at Sandhill Winery in Kelowna

Expect delays on the Coquihalla

Something you won’t be thankful for — Coquihalla delays

B.C. lawyer banned after writing himself into client’s will

Law Society says Christopher Penty admitted writing himself into a client’s will.

Talking wine in Penticton

Four speakers, from UBCO, Italy and France, will talk about wine at the Penticton Public Library.

Car enthusiasts close season with a bang

The final car show of the season at McCurdy Plaza in Kelowna took place on Wednesday night

Interior Health investigates information breaches

Employee records breached; there is no concern for patient information.

Business booming at Big White

Big White Ski Resort is in the midst of a big real estate boom.

Ballet Kelowna leaps into new season

Launch into the season with Ballet Kelowna

Long-time Kelowna radio personality laid off

The Jim Pattison Group announce layoffs at Power 104 and Q 103.1 in Kelowna

Okanagan Mountie injured by ‘distraught man’

Mountie injured when police car rammed by suspect evading police

Songwriter set to perform in Kelowna

Songwriter Steph Cameron will return to the road for a string of tour dates in Western Canada

Update: Mounties end search for Kelowna senior

Mounties are looking for a 64-year-old Kelowna man who walked away from a residential care home in Kelowna.

Support for those dealing with dementia

Kelowna, Central and North Okanagan caregivers can participate in the upcoming Dementia Dialogues

Top cheerleading team hits the Okanagan

Kelowna cheer athletes getting a good look at some world class athletes in Olympic trial sport

Diverse abilities celebrated in Kelowna

“(Andrew) is willing to work, he wants to work, so why wouldn’t we employ him?” said Plugoway.

Engaging people with disabilities in sport key to better health, says UBC O prof

The Invictus games is for competitors with injury or illness sustained during military service

Canada-EU trade deal in effect today

Kelowna-Lake Country MP urging companies—especially exporters—to find out more about CETA

Vancouver Symphony set to play in the Okanagan

The VSO will play in Kelowna, Penticton and Vernon later this month.

Helping immigrants feel at home

UBCO study says small towns need to do more to help immigrants feel they belong.