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Fire risk reduced in Gallagher's area

Day of Mourning ceremony set for April 28

Workers who have been killed and injured on the job will be remembered during the annual Day of Mourning on April 28.

Store owner hit with a hammer

The owner of a Vernon jewelry store was struck in the head with a hammer during a weekend robbery attempt.

20 TO WATCH: 'Theatre can really help you learn who you are'

The youngsters who participate in Kelowna's Bumbershoot Children's Theatre learn a lot more than how to act on stage, founder Tracy Ross says.

Rogers up for the long walk

Sean Rodgers is passionate about bringing attention to the plight of our oceans and the suffering people in far way lands.

Fire in house quickly doused

A forgotten lunch may have sparked a small kitchen fire in a Kelowna home on Sunday.

Band's low tax boast rings hollow

Boasting by the Westbank First Nation about a low tax increase for non-native residents omits some financial realities, West Kelowna Mayor Doug Findlater says.

City spins wheels over cycling lanes

Kelowna's one and only dedicated cycle track is a safe, but mysteriously short piece of pavement that's more amusing than useful, cyclists say.

Shoreline ruined, says resident

A lifelong Kelowna resident is disturbed by actions taken by City of Kelowna crews at Kinsmen Beach.

Teen bares and shares her life

Clarie Ellis offered a simple message to fellow teenagers.

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