The only Okanagan Regional Library branch that remains closed should re-open by the end of September.
A mid-month rise in COVID-19 cases can be traced back to British Columbians getting a little too close to one another over the Labour Day weekend, health officials say.
Plans for a $25 million, 60,000 square foot aviation-themed conference, exhibition, and training centre - all contained in the shape of an airplane - have been submitted to the City of Kelowna.
A total of 330 people across the Okanagan have been infected by COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic, new figures from the government indicate.
Thirty-three firefighters, two water tenders and a bucketing helicopter were working a blaze on Little White Mountain southeast of Kelowna on Thursday.
Another single-day record for new COVID-19 cases was marked Thursday when 165 British Columbians tested positive for the disease.
Owners of pubs and restaurants say their revenues dropped dramatically when the government ordered alcohol sales to stop two hours earlier.
Air quality is gradually improving in some central and northern regions of B.C., but smoky skies are still forecast for the Okanagan on Friday.
Twenty new teachers have been hired by Central Okanagan Public Schools to connect with an estimated 700 students who’ll learn from home this fall.
Wife-killer Tejwant Danjou was sentenced this week to life imprisonment with no possibility of parole for 12 years, the B.C. Prosecution Service says.
VANCOUVER - Smoky skies have cleared slightly in parts of British Columbia but Environment Canada is maintaining air quality statements for the entire southern third of the province.
A delayed enrolment date of mid-November for Central Okanagan Public Schools has been chosen by the families of 853 Kelowna-area students.
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.
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.
A delayed enrolment date of Nov. 13 has been chosen by the Kelowna area families of almost 400 students in kindergarten through Grade 9.
A former Kelowna pharmacist has been suspended four weeks and fined $1,000 after admitting for a second time to dispensing narcotics and other drugs without prescriptions.