Barry Gerding

Kelowna website finds financial life support

Kelowna website finds financial life support

Mazu off the fiscally endangered list

Kelowna website finds financial life support
Kelowna campus of Okanagan College. Photo: Contributed

OC adopts 2% domestic student tuition hike starting 2019 fall semester

Increase called for to address projected 2019-20 budget shortfall

Kelowna campus of Okanagan College. Photo: Contributed
Kelowna campus of Okanagan College. Photo: Contributed

OC adopts 2% domestic student tuition hike starting 2019 fall semester

Increase called for to address projected 2019-20 budget shortfall

Kelowna campus of Okanagan College. Photo: Contributed
Chief executive officer Janice Taylor with some of her staff who work for her Mazu website tech company. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press

Okanagan tech company Mazu jeopardized by stalled funding, says owner

Mazu staff face missing second paycheque in January

Chief executive officer Janice Taylor with some of her staff who work for her Mazu website tech company. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press
Student presenters for the 2018 TEDx event held in Kelowna. Photo: Contributed

Okanagan youth invited to speak at TEDx event in Kelowna

Application deadine Jan. 31 to be selected as TEDx Youth presenter

Student presenters for the 2018 TEDx event held in Kelowna. Photo: Contributed
Youth losing human connection in digital era

Youth losing human connection in digital era

Forum offers advice to Kelowna parents about managing a child’s social media screen time

Youth losing human connection in digital era

Thompson Okanagan potential hot spot for lung-cancer-causing gas

Kelowna public forum addresses excessive radon radiation exposure dangers

Part of the DD Express courier vehicle fleet on the road in Kamloops. Photo: DD Express

New courier company rises out of Greyhound shutdown

Former Greyhound delivery agents start new Okanagan-Thompson region business

Part of the DD Express courier vehicle fleet on the road in Kamloops. Photo: DD Express
Dementia journey the long good-bye

Dementia journey the long good-bye

More than 70,000 people in B.C. have been diagnosed with dementia

Dementia journey the long good-bye
A drawing from the Nk’Mip children’s art exhibit opening Jan. 19 at Kelowna Art Gallery and the Okanagan Heritage Museum. Photo: contributed

Collaborative Kelowna effort to showcase historic Indigenous children’s art

Shared Nk’Mip children’s art exhibition hosted by Kelowna Art Gallery and Okanagan Heritage Museum

A drawing from the Nk’Mip children’s art exhibit opening Jan. 19 at Kelowna Art Gallery and the Okanagan Heritage Museum. Photo: contributed
Inside the Foundry Kelowna centre located on Kirschner Road. Photo: Capital News file

Foundry Kelowna looking to go mobile

Youth health centre looks to expand access to services across Central Okanagan

Inside the Foundry Kelowna centre located on Kirschner Road. Photo: Capital News file
Although dementia mainly affects older people, it is not a normal part of ageing. Worldwide, around 50 million people have dementia, and there are nearly 10 million new cases every year. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia and may contribute to 60 to 70 per cent of cases. Photo: Contributed

Column: Difficulty of dealing with dementia

Dementia journey a mix of humour and sadness.

Although dementia mainly affects older people, it is not a normal part of ageing. Worldwide, around 50 million people have dementia, and there are nearly 10 million new cases every year. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia and may contribute to 60 to 70 per cent of cases. Photo: Contributed
Property assessment increases for Penticton, Kelowna, West Kelowna and Vernon residential property owners fell within the 6-8 per cent range. Photo: Contributed

Okanagan region property assessments continue to rise

Biggest increases for Okanagan region from 2018 to 2019 reported in Summerland, Keremeos

Property assessment increases for Penticton, Kelowna, West Kelowna and Vernon residential property owners fell within the 6-8 per cent range. Photo: Contributed
Safeguarding youth from Internet addiction

Safeguarding youth from Internet addiction

Kelowna website founder invited to global conference on children’s social media exposure rights

Safeguarding youth from Internet addiction
Okanagan Basin Water Board vice-chair Cindy Fortin (left), mayor of Peachland (representing Regional District of Central Okanagan), and chair Sue McKortoff, mayor of Osoyoos (representing Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen). Photo: OBWB

Osoyoos mayor to chair Okanagan water board

Sue McKortoff brings South Okanagan perspective to board chair’s role

Okanagan Basin Water Board vice-chair Cindy Fortin (left), mayor of Peachland (representing Regional District of Central Okanagan), and chair Sue McKortoff, mayor of Osoyoos (representing Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen). Photo: OBWB
Conceptual design for Mission Group’s U-Eight condo project in Kelowna’s University District. Photo: Mission Group

UBCO addressing on-campus student housing needs

Further 440 bed commitment will add to existing 1,676 student campus housing inventory

Conceptual design for Mission Group’s U-Eight condo project in Kelowna’s University District. Photo: Mission Group
Column: Adopting historic views for modern times

Column: Adopting historic views for modern times

Expanding role for First Nations in managing environment

Column: Adopting historic views for modern times
Boating on Kalamalka Lake. Photo: Contributed

Kal/Wood Lake study cites need to protect drinking water

Study recommends boaters stay away from low wake zones around shoreline, drinking water intakes

Boating on Kalamalka Lake. Photo: Contributed
Retailers feel impact of generous return policies

Retailers feel impact of generous return policies

Technology data tracking can clamp down on fraudulent abuse

Retailers feel impact of generous return policies
Photo: Contributed                                Nhi Dao, a Grade 12 student at Mount Boucherie Secondary, is a finalist for the largest student service based scholarship offered in Canada.

West Kelowna student finalist for $100,000 scholarship

Nhi Dao, Grade 12 Mouch Boucherie Secondary student, cited for her community service

Photo: Contributed                                Nhi Dao, a Grade 12 student at Mount Boucherie Secondary, is a finalist for the largest student service based scholarship offered in Canada.