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A pandemic-related request to expand a boat inspection program aimed at stopping invasive mussels at B.C.'s borders has been rejected by the provincial government.

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An online petition asking the provincial government to buy a 234-acre property in the North Okanagan had more than 12,000 signatures as of Tuesday.

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The first Westbank Farmers’ Market of the 2020 season went ahead in the Westridge Shopping Centre parking lot Saturday morning and both vendors and shoppers were happy to be back.

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People who don't have a family doctor can now see a doctor virtually in a Shoppers Drug Mart store.

After cycling many of the Okanagan’s rail trails for the series on the best valley trails, the Sheriff and Constant Companion Carmen headed to the West Kootenays with outdoor buddies for the last 10 days of June to explore rail trails there.

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The release of long pent-up demand has propelled Kelowna's first ride-hailing service to great success in its first few days of operation, company officials say.

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A 73-year-old Vernon-area man who went paddle boarding on Tuesday hasn't been seen since.

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Almost 350,000 people had signed an online petition as of Canada Day morning that calls for a Kelowna RCMP officer to be fired and charged with assault for the way she responded to a report of a woman in possible distress.

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Paynter family matriarch and author Sheila Treasure Paynter credits farming for her longevity.

Their names often appear together — Fasciaux and Gruyelle. They conjure up the image of a Quebec City law firm, a Parisian perfumery, or remind me of my elementary school days, when I first came upon the names of Canadian explorers and fur-traders, Pierre-Esprit Radisson (circa 1636-1710) an…

Vernon is ready to move forward with plans for a new aquatic centre even if neighbouring governments are reluctant.

Thursday marked the last day of school for Central Okanagan students – and it’s been a year like none other.

West Kelowna got its fifth recreational cannabis store Sunday as the Skye Cannabis Co. opened at 103 —1192 Industrial Rd., near the Town Pantry and A & W.

The Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce has jumped on board a push to buy a 234-acre property and add it to Ellison Provincial Park.

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