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Phoney cash sold to fund addiction

Lindsay Purdy's counterfeit spree ended when a sharp-eyed Mountie noticed a strange $20 bill in her purse.

Mounties waiting as banned driver heads from court to car

Once prohibited, twice stupid.

Advocate's independence unclear

Okanagan seniors are welcoming the appointment of a Victoria care administrator who works with and serves the elderly as B.C.'s seniors advocate.

City OKs pot growing on farms

By Ron Seymour

Rockets poster

Don't miss tomorrow's edition of The Daily Courier for a special Kelowna Rockets souvenir poster.

Jury selected for Armstrong murder trial

Eight men and four women will determine the fate of Matthew Foerster.

Gray not running again

Walter Gray believes he re-opened Kelowna for business. Now he's content to let someone else run the shop.

Campsites filling up already

The unofficial start to the camping season is still two months away, but many of the premier tenting and RV sites in the Okanagan are already booked up.

Civic award finalists named

A woman instrumental in organizing Kelowna's civic awards received some praise herself Monday.

Ballet belongs in the mall

Ballet dancers should perform more often in shopping malls if they want to boost their public appeal, Coun. Mohini Singh says.

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