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Snow sparks fires

North Okanagan firefighters dealing with several incidents of trees catching fire on power lines

Youth arrested after alleged Snapchat threats at Vernon school

Threat to Vernon Secondary School received by student from Snapchat message; no risk to community

  • Nov 9th, 2017

Making air travel more friendly for kids with autism

Kelowna airport to host special tour to familiar those with autism about using YLW

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    Flagger hit
      Ukraine Bakery
        Housing announcement

          Kelowna-based airline thank those who serve with a discount

          Flair Airlines thanking military personnel, veterans and RCMP with 10 percent flight discount

          One veteran’s quest to honour another

          Missing information on Kelowna-area cenotaph finally included on memorial

          High altitude skating comes to Kelowna

          Indoor, synthetic ice-rink to be set up on the 16th floor of a city high rise

          South Okanagan-Similkameen property crime increases

          RCMP superintendent says rise in property crime is a provincial trend

          Slain Kelowna woman to be celebrated tonight

          Community asked to “celebrate Russia’s life as well as her unborn child”

          Snow affecting flights at YLW

          There have already been 15 cancelled flights and many delays, and more are expected

          UBCO pauses for a moment of remembrance

          Large crowd braves heavy snow to pay their respects

          Update: Employee found dead at Penticton car wash

          RCMP said a man was found deceased at the car wash on Wednesday morning

          Snow stymies Okanagan commuters

          Flurries created a flurry of activity on Okanagan roads

          Therapy dog Dorado off to work with kids

          Okanagan raised, Kelowna, Vernon, Enderby program looks for more volunteers

          B.C. steelhead fishery faces extinction

          Steelhead angling groups demand government response

          Cannings calls for support for softwood workers

          Tariffs have dropped slightly for most lumber firms, but the trade dispute continues with the U.S.

          Controversial Gable Road bylaw deferred

          Lake Country - The residents of Lake Country clapped and hugged after the decision

          Lavington air quality advisory lifted

          Changing weather conditions expected to improve air quality

          Constitutional challenge in polygamy case delayed

          Legal process for fundamentalist Mormon leader found guilty of polygamy grinds to a halt.

          Witness in Victoria court case admits to previous killings

          The man was a paid agent of the RCMP, who say they had no evidence to back up the confessions