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Long before all the polls were counted, it was clear incumbent Conservative MP Mel Arnold had retained his seat in his North Okanagan-Shuswap riding.

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After two years of smoke in the Okanagan Valley and the threats of wildfires, 2019 was relatively  smoke free, but speakers at the Wildfire Urban Interface presentation Thursday evening in Vernon reminded those in attendance that “British Columbia is experiencing severe wildfire conditions a…

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The Summerland Refugee Sponsorship Group has been recognized by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees.

A fire early Thursday morning at the controversial Airport Inn in Lake Country appears to have been deliberately set, police say.

He was 27. She was 15. They had sex numerous times over 3 1/2 months. They were in love, but that doesn’t make it all right.

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Following two smoky summers in the Okanagan Valley, 2019 was relatively clear, but speakers at a presentation Thursday in Vernon reminded those in attendance that British Columbia is experiencing severe wildfire conditions and said there is an immediate need to change how we address the haza…

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A fire overnight at the controversial Airport Inn in Lake Country appears to have been deliberately set, police say.

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EDITOR'S NOTE: Due to the high volume of election letters, Monday was the deadline to guarantee inclusion in the print copy of The Daily Courier. The Courier published all letters it received on a first-come, first-serve basis provided it was 400 words or less (our policy) and was received p…

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The proposed conversion of an old home in Kelowna’s Abbott Street district to an office could undermine the appealing residential nature of the entire neighbourhood, an advocate for heritage preservation says.

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If someone phones you from Service Canada, your call display says it’s the Kelowna RCMP’s number and they claim your social insurance number has been compromised, don’t believe them.

Repairs to the Water Street boat launch and docks in Kelowna, which were damaged during flooding in 2017 and 2018, are underway.

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The police emergency response team and crisis negotiators were called out to a West Kelowna home Wednesday afternoon.

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Fewer people in B.C. are dying from illegal drug use compared to last year, but the month-to-month death total in 2019 did rise in August.

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