The clock on winter activities is ticking even faster with the arrival of March.
PENTICTON — A one-punch assault two years ago on a Penticton beach that left the brain-damaged victim unable to work resulted Friday in a five-year prison term for the attacker.
The unusual verbal spat between Penticton Mayor John Vassilaki and Housing Minister David Eby is part of democracy, Premier John Horgan says.
The provincial government has announced $66 million for the construction of 376 new student beds at three Okanagan College campuses.
Provincial health officials say they're pleased federal officials have now endorsed the strategy of delaying the second COVID-19 vaccination shot.
A large property kitty-corner to Kelowna General Hospital, proposed last year as the site for an ill-fated five-storey hotel, has been bought by Interior Health.
Billboards and ads that appear months before next fall's municipal election will have to include the name of the person behind the message.
When I first started coming to Kelowna as a child in the 1950s to visit my grandparents, John and Mary Hoffman and assorted uncles, aunts and cousins, I was blissfully ignorant of the fact that Kelowna was in a semi-arid area. All I saw were orchards and masses of flowers.
Interior Health has awarded a contract for 10 substance-use treatment beds for youth to The Bridge Youth and Family Services Society in Kelowna.
Sixteen new cases of COVID-19 - the lowest one-day total since late October - were reported between Monday and Tuesday in the Interior Health region.
Two firefighters tumbled into frigid water themselves Tuesday as they worked to rescue a man who'd fallen through weak ice on a West Kelowna lake.
Live music has a strong pulse in the Central Okanagan but musicians would like more places to perform, Kelowna city councillors heard Monday.
If Kelowna winery owner Stephen Cipes' dream of creating a 'Culinary College for Humanity' is to become a reality, his next step is making his pitch directly to city council.
British Columbians say they'll feel comfortable travelling again when pandemic conditions allow for a resumption of leisure travel, Kelowna city councillors heard Monday.
Healthcare workers have reacted with compassion and sensitivity when treating Indigenous people with COVID-19 and drug overdoses, a Westbank First Nation councillor says.
Abandonment of plans for a new parkade at Kelowna General Hospital could pose a risk to surrounding neighbourhoods, a city councillor says.
A unique election in a troubled time has resulted in the first all-Indo-Canadian board of directors for the BC Fruit Growers Association.