Local News

Alleged hockey fraudster “embarassed” widow

Michael Elphicke allegedly told a woman her son would be kicked from the program if she didn’t pay

Growth in pot shop numbers sparks concern

Concern over shops which are operating without a business license that allows them to sell marijuana

Arrest ends manhunt

Prolific offender from Shuswap observed in Spallumcheen, found nearly five hours later after manhunt

Kindergarten registration starts early

It’s a sad and exciting day when the kids first go to school, and now the planning starts even sooner

Kelowna man washes hands of confession to police

Donald Brodie testified Monday that his previous public confession was untrue.

Learning from their elders

Indigenous youth taught respect for water, land and each other on 3-day canoe journey

Round Lake car accident


    IPE Opening Day


      Fair-goers ready for 118th exhibition




          Changing course from Challenge Family brand

          Organizer cancels contract with Challenge Penticton

          Park going to the dogs

          Polson Park being opened up to man’s best friend

          Vernon ‘neuters’ camping bylaw

          Enforcement eased, to allow homeless a chance to set up camp in the daylight.

          Man mounts Paramount sign

          It was a different kind of show at the former Paramount Theatre in Kelowna over the weekend

          Safety encouraged for fall boating

          A cool breeze rolls across the lake as a boat floats past the colourful autumn trees

          Stay of proceedings entered in sexual assault case

          Man accused of assault in Vernon still facing charges of murder and indignity to a body in Vancouver

          55+ BC Games deemed overwhelming success

          Event wrapped in Greater Vernon/Armstrong/Spallumcheen on weekend

          Kelowna to host BreakOut West

          BreakOut West announces Kelowna will be 2018 host city.

          SilverStar receives skiff of snow

          Resort excitedly announces arrival of first small snowfall; alpine season to open in about 10 weeks

          Snow warnings for B.C. highways

          The Okanagan Connector may get some snow.

          Land sought for future growth

          Excluding Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR) properties within the City of Armstrong would allow the community to continuegrowing

          Cops for Kids ride concludes in Kelowna

          Well over $300,000 raised in the annual Cops for Kids ride, a 10 day trek across Southern B.C.

          • Sep 18th, 2017

          Predator trail run goes Sunday

          You can go at your own pace and pick your distance in the Predator Ridge Resort Run or Walk Sunday.

          Former New Zealand politician found guilty of murder

          Peter Beckett was found guilty of first-degree murder by a Kelowna jury in death of his wife.