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2 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
Vernon's Kal Tire Place is about to transform into a ceremonial battlefield, without the gunfire, when the inaugural Okanagan Military Tattoo takes over the arena Aug. 1 and 2. Those unfamiliar with a military tattoo, it is not an inked design embedded on the fleshy arm of a soldier, but a performance based on an ancient military tradition of ... (more)
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6 hrs ago | North Shore News
For a limited time, the BC SPCA is allowing potential pet owners to adopt cats and rabbits from their local shelter, including the West Vancouver branch, for half of the usual adoption fee.
10 hrs ago | Kelowna Capital News
The Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art is pleased to welcome Troy Nickle's Process, Place and Perception, a site-specific installation using natural materials.
11 hrs ago | Castanet.net
Imagination enhances ego drives; some think they are something they are not. Try to avoid show-downs until details are sorted out, as negative actions take time to balance out.
A West Kelowna man who pleaded guilty to setting a community hall on fire says he did it to ruin the bride's day.
Despite the hundreds of articles and pleas from SPCA, Dog Control and the RCMP dog owners are still leaving their dogs in sweltering hot cars.
Volunteers have gathered for 17 fruit picks in just over two weeks, bringing in more than 1,500 pounds of cherries.
Talk show host Bill Good welcomes B.C. Liberal leader Gordon Campbell prior to a radio interview in December 2000.
Three men linked to the Hells Angels were convicted of manslaughter in B.C. Supreme Court Friday for the fatal beating of a Kelowna dad.
Three men have been convicted of manslaughter in the fatal attack on a B.C. man in a case linked to the Hells Angels, while a fourth man has been acquitted.
Traffic will start to flow this weekend on a main arterial road in West Kelowna more than two months after it was closed for emergency repairs.
The province's attorney general Suzanne Anton joined Kelowna RCMP and the Elizabeth Fry Society in announcing the new unit.
Council was provided an update on the ongoing construction of the RapidBus Exchanges at Westbank and Boucherie Mountain, as well as the overall project that will see RapidBus service extended to West Kelowna beginning August 31, 2014.
The Blue Velvet Brass. Back row, left to right: Ed McKenzie, Guy Marchi, Randy Marchi, Dennis Davies.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 02:59 pm
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