Sydney Morton

Do you know about the Ogopogo statue at the bottom of Okanagan Lake?

Do you know about the Ogopogo statue at the bottom of Okanagan Lake?

An 8 foot tall, 14 feet long statue has lived at the bottom of the lake bed since the early 1990s

Do you know about the Ogopogo statue at the bottom of Okanagan Lake?
Okanagan woman prisoner to breast implants

Okanagan woman prisoner to breast implants

Dana Klassen has been experiencing breast implant illness for past 18 years

Okanagan woman prisoner to breast implants
15-year-old Laura Close will be auditioning for America’s Got Talent Feb. 9 photo: Kathy Close

West Kelowna singer auditions for America’s Got Talent

Laura Close will be auditioning for the show Feb. 9

15-year-old Laura Close will be auditioning for America’s Got Talent Feb. 9 photo: Kathy Close
A rock slide north of Summerland has resulted in a road closure, a detour is now in place photo: MoTI Okanagan Shuswap Twitter

Highway 97 remains closed after rock slide in Okanagan

There is no estimated re-opening time, however alternate routes are available

A rock slide north of Summerland has resulted in a road closure, a detour is now in place photo: MoTI Okanagan Shuswap Twitter
A rock slide north of Summerland has resulted in a road closure, a detour is now in place photo: MoTI Okanagan Shuswap Twitter

UPDATED: Alternate route highlighted as Highway 97 closure continues

There is no estimated reopening time, however alternate routes are available

A rock slide north of Summerland has resulted in a road closure, a detour is now in place photo: MoTI Okanagan Shuswap Twitter
Music Rundown: Who you should be watching play live this week

Music Rundown: Who you should be watching play live this week

Fill your calendar this week with these great shows

Music Rundown: Who you should be watching play live this week
Four charged in Canada Day killing in Kelowna

Four charged in Canada Day killing in Kelowna

Three men and one woman are charged with manslaughter in the death of 23-year-old Esa Carriere

Four charged in Canada Day killing in Kelowna
Music Rundown: Live shows you need to see this week

Music Rundown: Live shows you need to see this week

Fill your calendar this week with these great shows

Music Rundown: Live shows you need to see this week
UPDATE: Man shot by police during arrest in Kelowna

UPDATE: Man shot by police during arrest in Kelowna

RCMP are surrounding the CIBC at the mall in Kelowna

UPDATE: Man shot by police during arrest in Kelowna
(from left) Co-organizers of the Okanagan Death Cafe,Sue Berlie, shamanic coach, death walker and psychopomp, Claudette Bouchard, end of life doula and life energy coach and Alison Moore, a life-cycle celebrant and sacred passages doula photo: Sydney Morton

The Okanagan Death Café returns for another season

The event allows participants to explore the topic of death, discuss wills and listen to each other

(from left) Co-organizers of the Okanagan Death Cafe,Sue Berlie, shamanic coach, death walker and psychopomp, Claudette Bouchard, end of life doula and life energy coach and Alison Moore, a life-cycle celebrant and sacred passages doula photo: Sydney Morton
Windmills returns to the stage for what could be the last time

Windmills returns to the stage for what could be the last time

The musician took a break from music for a year to recover from his last EP

Windmills returns to the stage for what could be the last time
Music Rundown: Who you should be watching play live this week

Music Rundown: Who you should be watching play live this week

Fill your calendar this week with these great shows

Music Rundown: Who you should be watching play live this week
Kelowna’s Josh Gorges (left), played for the Montreal Canadians of the NHL for eight seasons before being traded to the Buffalo Sabres in 2016. As captain of the Kelowna Rockets, he lead his hometown team to the Memorial Cup championship on home ice in 2004. —Image: Instagram

Josh Gorges announces his retirement after 13 years in the NHL

Kelowna’s Josh Gorges has announced his retirement from the NHL. Gorges approached…

Kelowna’s Josh Gorges (left), played for the Montreal Canadians of the NHL for eight seasons before being traded to the Buffalo Sabres in 2016. As captain of the Kelowna Rockets, he lead his hometown team to the Memorial Cup championship on home ice in 2004. —Image: Instagram
Kansas-Lee Hatherly, Osoyoos based musician will perform at Kelowna’s Fireside Festival Jan. 27. photo: contributed

Osoyoos musician, Kansas-Lee creates heartfelt piano based album

From busking to the piano, the musician can play it all

Kansas-Lee Hatherly, Osoyoos based musician will perform at Kelowna’s Fireside Festival Jan. 27. photo: contributed
photo: contributed

Thieves break into newly opened Kelowna coffee shop

The new location that opened over the weekend, has now closed for repairs

photo: contributed
Fireside Festival 2018 photo: contributed

Fireside Festival’s flame grows for sixth anniversary

The Kelowna music festival celebrates B.C. music

Fireside Festival 2018 photo: contributed
Musician, Sarah MacDougall photo: Jen Squires

Sarah MacDougall talks emulating the vastness of nature in latest album

The Swedish musician will perform in Kelowna Jan. 30

Musician, Sarah MacDougall photo: Jen Squires
photo:contributed

The Tea Party lives on

The Canadian rock band will come to Kelowna in Spring

photo:contributed
Alejandro Rose-Garcia also known as Shakey Graves will perform in Kelowna March 21 photo: Cal Quinn

Shakey Graves brings his musical evolution to the Okanagan Valley

The constantly evolving artist is set to perform in Kelowna

Alejandro Rose-Garcia also known as Shakey Graves will perform in Kelowna March 21 photo: Cal Quinn
Being vegan during the holidays just got a little bit better

Being vegan during the holidays just got a little bit better

Cook up these delicious options during the holidays

Being vegan during the holidays just got a little bit better