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Premier pumps up Skate Canada

Kelowna will be the focus of the figure skating world later this year when the 2014 Skate Canada comes to the Okanagan.

Scrambled eggs keeping numbers of geese down

In a continued effort to control the Canada Goose population in the Okanagan, an annual spring egg addling program has begun.

Help must be available immediately

The third week of April is Prevention of Violence against Women Week in B.C. As part of its efforts to focus attention on the ongoing issue of family violence, and galvanize the community to take action to help prevent it, the Kelowna Women's Shelter has submitted a series of articles running this week.

Work starts on new Okanagan jail

Final agreements have been signed and work is beginning on a new Okanagan jail to be built near Oliver.

EggStravaganza set for Johnson-Bentley fields

Hundreds of excited children will again be scrambling for treats at the Easter EggStravaganza on Sunday.

Bear, cut shot in Summerland

Late Monday afternoon, a bear and her two, two-year-old cubs were shot and killed near the Summerland Waterfront Resort.

UBCO apologizes, reinstates courses

UBCO management students told last week to prepare for a curriculum cut can take their accounting courses on campus, after all.

Okanagan MLA returns as agriculture minister

Okanagan MLA Norm Letnick will handle the hot potato of protecting farmland as the province's agriculture minister.

20 to Watch: The camera loves her

From doing a fashion show in the basement of her church, to becoming a model for a major clothing line, Amberlee Erdmann has come a long way.

20 to Watch: Have guitar, will play

Here's what sometimes happens when you give a six-year old a guitar. They never put it down.

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