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Valley’s fastest apple packer among women to be honoured

The Kelowna Museums Society is honouring “driven, daring and dynamic women who have called the Okanagan home” with a virtual celebration fo… Read more

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Local resident right to be suspicious about vehicle

A significant amount of illicit drugs were seized by Lake Country RCMP from a vehicle that seemed suspicious to a local resident. Read more

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Summerhill Winery unveils plans for 'Culinary College for Humanity'

A 'Culinary College for Humanity' is proposed by the owner of Summerhill Pyramid Winery on Chute Lake Road. Read more

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Local Sports

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Rockets' Kindree caught in numbers game

The Kelowna Rockets have waived over-age forward Liam Kindree on Wednesday, general manager Bruce Hamilton said. Read more

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West Kelowna Olympian to speak alongside Magic at fundraiser

Kierra Smith — a West Kelowna Olympian and NCAA swimming champion — has been invited to speak alongside NBA legend Magic Johnson at a virtu… Read more

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West Kelowna racer signs with new team

West Kelowna's Marco Kacic has signed onto a new auto racing team for the 2021 season, inking a deal to drive for JMF Motorsports. Read more

Local Business

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Bakery closes Westbank site

Just months after putting it up for sale, Bliss Bakery has closed its store on the Westside permanently. Read more

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Business Ventures: Peachland diners eligible for prizes

The Peachland Recovery Task Force has initiated Pig Out for Prizes until March 31 to encourage business at Peachland restaurants. Read more

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A perfect week for icewine

This week’s polar vortex gave Okanagan wineries ample time to harvest almost 300 tonnes of frozen grapes for icewine. Read more

Opinion

Letters to the editor, Feb. 26, 2021

Sport shooters proud Canadians Read more

Letters to the editor, Feb. 25, 2021

Canada doesn’t have a problem with legal guns Read more

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For the sake of the environment, we need to curb meat consumption

Canadians eat a great deal of meat. Just over 808 million chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese were slaughtered last year. In addition, 25,26… Read more

Life

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Doctors, caregivers push for in-home COVID-19 vaccinations for housebound seniors

TORONTO - At age 86, diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and prone to falls, John Bedborough would seem to be at the front of the line amid … Read more

Valley’s fastest apple packer among women to be honoured

The Kelowna Museums Society is honouring “driven, daring and dynamic women who have called the Okanagan home” with a virtual celebration fo… Read more

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Group of 7 exhibit down to final days

The clock is ticking for Okanagan residents who hope to see a rarely exhibited selection of watercolours and drawings by Canada’s iconic Gr… Read more

Entertainment

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German radio station apologizes for comment on K-pop's BTS

BERLIN - A Bavarian radio station apologized Friday for a host's comments comparing popular South Korean K-pop band BTS to the coronavirus,… Read more

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Group of 7 exhibit down to final days

The clock is ticking for Okanagan residents who hope to see a rarely exhibited selection of watercolours and drawings by Canada’s iconic Gr… Read more

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Lady Gaga's dog walker shot, French bulldogs stolen in LA

LOS ANGELES - Lady Gaga's dog walker was shot and two of the singer's French bulldogs were stolen in Hollywood during an armed robbery, pol… Read more

Upcoming Events

Seedy Sunday

The Okanagan Master Gardeners present :  Read more

Okanagan Symphony presents "SUITES & SERENADES" (Livestream concert)

The OSO string players are featured in the folksong-inspired St. Paul’s Suite, Jocelyn Morlock’s co… Read more

Canadian Masterclass Series with Prima Ballerina Chan Hon Goh

The 2021 Chan Hon Goh National Masterclass Series presented by RBC is a prestigious opportunity for… Read more

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