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Usually every winery has a signature white and a signature red.

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After three days of classic rock at Rock the Lake in the Prospera Place parking lot in Kelowna, the Sheriff wanted a little peace and quiet. So he and Constant Companion Carmen did two of their favourite outdoor recreation outings.

Despite being bed-ridden and in constant pain, Alice remains the sweetest dog ever.

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You can take Dick Sanderson out of his Second World War fighter bomber, but you can’t keep him down.

A woman who attempted to snatch a newborn baby from its mother’s arms last summer in Osoyoos will spend two more years behind bars.

Twelve days after it first lit, the 2,632-hectare Eagle Bluff fire, near Oliver, is now classified as “held.”

Anything squat, made of cider block and called a bunker deserves to be festooned with a mural.

A boil-water notice for the Sunnyside/Pritchard water system in West Kelowna has been rescinded. The notice went into effect on Sunday when a power outage affected the system's operations.

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Drug overdose deaths are on the decline provincewide and in the Interior Health region, new reports from the BC Coroners Service show.

One Westside girl has accomplished some remarkable achievements through her dedication to the Girl Guides of Canada program.

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The northbound lane of Brown Road, between Dobbin Road and Main Street, in Westbank has been closed to repair a hole in the pavement.

More than one million needles have been ordered by Interior Health for free distribution to drug users in the Okanagan in just the past 18 months, according to data obtained by The Penticton Herald.

Sutherland Avenue between Pandosy and Richter streets will be closed from 8 a.m. Friday until Sunday morning while repairs are made to the bridge crossing Mill Creek.

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About 141 residences in Southeast Kelowna were without water for a good chunk of Thursday after a water main break.

Mother and daughter authors Janet Walmsley and Jenny Story will be signing copies of their books at the Indigo store in Orchard Park mall from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday.

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The City of West Kelowna has shut off water to a portion of Boucherie Centre on due to an emergency valve replacement related to improvements on Ross Road.

An out-of-control wildfire burning northeast of Oliver is proving looks that can be deceiving, as BC Wildfire Service crews continue to battle the 2,632-hectare blaze.

Members of the public are invited to a mass prayer event taking place next week in Kelowna.

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A wide-turning semi and a Corvette convertible on the inside lane were scrunched together in downtown Kelowna Wednesday afternoon.

A plastics clean-up crew, on the road from Toronto to Tofino, will make a stop in Kelowna on Saturday.