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Wall of Memories planned for mall

To recognize Hospice Palliative Care Week in Canada, the Central Okanagan Hospice Association will create a

Business booming at city's arts centre

Ticket sales for all events at the Rotary Arts Centre were up 12 per cent last year compared to 2012.

Letter opener almost halts visit

A gift bound for Kelowna City Hall almost didn't make it past airport security officials.

Giant crane comes to work in Kelowna

One of the largest cranes in the province was hoisting heavy structures to the top of Kelowna General Hospital on Saturday.

Local senior wins B.C. volunteer award

Joy Kutcher was honoured last week for her selfless hours of volunteer work.

Boom times in Lake Country

A building boom is underway in Lake Country.

Rotary arts centre a busy place

Theatre usage at the Rotary Centre for the Arts was up 20 per cent last year compared to 2012, Kelowna city council will hear today.

West Kelowna gets land for works yard

The province has finally given Crown land to West Kelowna for a works yard.

Wildfires near Keremeos

KEREMEOS - A pair of fires kept firefighters busy in the Keremeos area over the weekend.

Search and rescue training exercise

A young girl is checked over by Justice Institute of BC Academy members after she was found at Osprey Park in a search and rescue training exercise Saturday in Kelowna. Central Okanagan Search and Rescue presented the session in the area around Kelowna General Hospital. A total of 17 trainees were on hand - 10 men and women from COSAR and seven men and women from the Justice Institute of BC Academy.

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