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Renata Mills used to get calls every single day of the year from people wanting to give her a piano.

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OTTAWA — Vernon is among 11 communities the federal government is choosing for a new rural immigration program that Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says will bring new workers and citizens that are badly needed to boost dwindling economies.

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One of Jesus' most impressive party tricks was turning water into wine.

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A seven-woman, five-man jury today found Steven Pirko guilty of second-degree murder for killing Chris Ausman in a Rutland street fight five years ago.

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Following a successful adoption event in Kelowna, the Embrace a Discarded Animal Society will bring almost 30 pets to Penticton this weekend.

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There’s nothing Brad Krauza loves more than his two children — and music — so the veteran musician and concert promoter believes he’s come up with “the perfect event” featuring a full day of golf, great Canadian music and celebration of his daughter’s birthday.

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The Central Okanagan Family Hub is doing too much important work for too many people to let the doors close without a committed community effort to raise the money needed to continue providing programming and services.

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A driver was killed and his passenger critically injured in an accident on Highway 97 on the Westside early Friday morning.

Central Okanagan Public Schools expects to learn more next Monday about the possibility of a new provincial funding formula, the school board chair told The Daily Courier on Thursday.

Niteo Africa Society and Mamas for Mamas are collecting gently used books to distribute this summer to families with limited resources.

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None of the injuries to the body of slain street fighter Chris Ausman support his killer’s claim that he tried to wound him first, jurors at a Kelowna murder trial were reminded Thursday.

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A distraught man with a gun who was locked inside a mobile home in Kelowna was taken into custody by police after several hours of negotiations Wednesday.

A hiker who fell 18 metres down a rock face on Dilworth Mountain Tuesday afternoon suffered significant “lower-body injuries,” according to rescuers with the Kelowna Fire Department.

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More than a dozen groups, organizations, unions and individuals asked for more provincial cash on Wednesday during a Kelowna stop by MLAs taking input on what should be funded in the 2020 B.C. budget.

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Steven Pirko was either a hammer-wielding murderer or a reluctant saviour to a friend when he brought a deadly end to a Rutland street fight.

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West Kelowna Mayor Gord Milsom met Friday afternoon with a group of frustrated West Kelowna businesspeople tired of picking up needles, condoms and human feces from around their businesses in downtown Westbank.

A hiker who fell 60 feet down a rock face on Dilworth Mountain Tuesday afternoon suffered significant "lower-body injuries," according to rescuers with the Kelowna Fire Department.