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Okanagan group fighting to save rail corridor for recreational use
As the push continues to save and possibly restore the now closed railway line between Kelowna and Vernon, another group has also stepped up to the plate. Brad Clements, economics instructor at Okanagan College in both Vernon and Salmon Arm, ...
Kelowna Council Highlights
Kelowna City Council will look at changing the way utility customers are billed at their regular meeting today.Billing customers on a bi-monthly basis, rather than the current monthly billing, starting in April 2014 could save the city approximately $133,000 ...
Honey Producers Gather in Kelowna
Hundreds of BC honey producers gathered in Kelowna this weekend for their annual general meeting and conference.According to Dan Mawson, conference promoter, they heard from several speakers during the three day conference focusing on problems plaguing producers."There have ...
RCMP Looking for Armed Robber
Lake Country RCMP are looking for a suspect after a gas station was robbed at gun point on Friday evening.Police say a man entered the Shell gas station at Highway 97 and Beaver Lake Road, pointed a gun at ...
Time Running out for Free Dog Licenses
There's less than a week left to take advantage of the Regional District's free dog licensing program.According to Communications Officer Bruce Smith the one time amnesty program has been well received by the community."It's been going really well. ...
Johnson Bentley Centre Celebrates 25 Years
The 25th anniversary of a West Kelowna landmark will be celebrated today.The party will take place at the Johnson Bentley Memorial Aquatic Centre located at 3737 Old Okanagan Hwy from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. this afternoon.Free swimming ...
RCMP Looking for Stolen Corvette
Penticton RCMP say a brazen theft occurred overnight on Thursday when someone stole a corvette by driving it through a dealership showroom window.Police say a silver 2011 Special Heritage Edition Grand Sport Corvette was stolen from a GMC dealership ...
Loss of Kelowna railway could mean loss of jobs down the line
A Kelowna business is desperate to get the rail line back in the Okanagan as more than 600 jobs are on the line and transportation costs are skyrocketing. Ashland Canada manufacturers custom epoxies and resins used by a number of ...
Premier Says Help is on the way for those Affected by Mill Closures
Premier Christy Clark says help is on the way for those workers impacted by the closure of two BC interior sawmills.The closures are expected to affect more than 400 people in Quesnel and Houston as well as many more ...
Fatal Accident on Highway 3
Princeton RCMP confirm that one person has died as a result of an accident this morning on Highway 3.The accident occurred 26 km east of Princeton just before 6am when a semi truck lost control and crashed the trailer....
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Former Penticton Councillor Pleads Guilty to Sexual Assault
A publication ban has been lifted on revealing that a former Penticton councillor, mayoral candidate, and long-time General Manager of Penticton's Cherry Lane Shopping Centre has pleaded guilty to ...
Rain Barrel Workshops on How to Preserve Water for Dry Okanagan Summers
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Update on BC Teachers Vote for Job Action
A total of 26,051 teachers voted yes in a province-wide strike vote conducted March 4–6, 2014. In all, 29,301 teachers cast ballots, of whom 89% voted yes. “BC teachers have ...
Teachers Vote For Job Action
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