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Thirty-three firefighters, two water tenders and a bucketing helicopter were working a blaze on Little White Mountain southeast of Kelowna on Thursday.

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Passengers flying out of Kelowna’s airport will have to undergo temperature screenings as of next Wednesday as part of expanded safety measures.

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Nature is putting on a show as the brilliant red kokanee salmon are leaving Okanagan Lake to swim upstream in creeks and streams to spawn and then die.

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Eighteen firefighters remained on the ground after air tankers were called off a fire near Little White Mountain on Wednesday afternoon.

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A development some say threatens a neighbouring heron nesting ground will have to come up with a protection and mitigation plan before proceeding.

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Less than a day after it was ordered, a complete watering ban in East Kelowna has been lifted.

My great grandfather – my mother’s paternal grandfather – William Charles Clement, died in Kelowna in March of 1911.

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The Parkinson Recreation Centre pool will reopen to the public on Wednesday, but that doesn’t mean you can just dive in.

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Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night will stop the United States post office, the motto says, but smoke will stop mail delivery in B.C.

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Family and friends of Arlene Westervelt held a protest on the steps of the Kelowna courthouse on Monday demanding to know why the Crown had stayed murder charges against her husband.

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Eighty people were ordered to self-isolate as a result of a COVID-19 outbreak at the Okanagan Correctional Centre that was declared over Monday.

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Biosolids could be pumped 1.6 kilometres from Kelowna’s sewage treatment plant to a new processing facility on Byrns Road.

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Okanagan skies should offer a bleak throwback to summers past this weekend as smoke is expected across the Valley.

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There will be less pleasant days ahead, probably, than the summery conditions into which the first participants in this year’s annual Cops for Kids fundraiser set off Friday.

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