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To celebrate Unplug and Play Week, Literacy Now South Okanagan-Similkameen put on a free family fun day at the Penticton mall.
Kelowna residents weigh in on raising the legal age to smoke in B.C.
The B.C. Coroner's Service says the number of deaths, particularly from fentanyl, continues to rise.
Realtors are warning of a rental scam in the Okanagan.
There is an old saying that you have to spend money to make money.
We’d like to throw our support behind the drive to have the new patient care tower named in honour of David Kampe.
As we endure a seemingly endless cold spell, it’s hard not to think about the homeless.
Want a hot topic for 2017? Job growth. Or lack thereof.
Calling it the worst year on record might be going too far, but 2016 certainly had it’s fair share of ups and downs.
One resolution we like to suggest each year is to lend a helping hand.
The recent cold snap allowed for a perfect outdoor B.C. hockey game.
Large snowfall will hit the Okanagan today which could cause problems on the highways.
Perhaps more than any other time of the year, we look for hope during these final days.
This time of year we spend a lot of time thinking about warmth.
Benjamin Somerville was last in contact with his family on November 27, 2016 but was located by RCMP
It has been a long year-and-a-half that the Skaha Lake Park controversy has divided the community.
The selection of Viola Desmond as the new face to our $10 bills is already starting to raise some eyebrows.
At least now the city has the ability to ensure a safe operation, if not a safe product.
Canada should be focused on leading the way, first in energy efficiency.
A resolution to the Skaha Lake Park controversy is badly needed.