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The City of Kelowna is being asked to make up a funding shortfall for emergency repairs going on at the Kelowna Family Y in Rutland.
Founder-Director Heather Henderson, says Arion Therapeutic Farm is a relatively new non-profit, but as there are many charities that need donations and attention in the valley, the last thing anyone needed was competition.
Not even when they're terribly unsympathetic characters and I'm in the throes of a good bout of schadenfreude.
On Saturday, Nov. 15, West Kelowna residents will go to the polls to vote for one mayor, six councillors and one school trustee.
West Kelowna Fire Rescue is now accepting applications for paid on call firefighters and will host two informational meetings for anyone interested in learning more about this opportunity.
A plaque has bee unveiled at the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Ukranian Catholic Church in Kelowna commemorating the internment of Ukrainian-Canadians in this country from 1914 to 1920.
Penticton council voted this week to have one of its advance polling stations for the upcoming election at the mall.
Gwen Naden understands first-hand that to make a difference for people living in poverty-stricken African, it starts with helping just one person.
After an exhaustive four day search, an eagle eyed Castanet reader spotted Vibey off the beaten path, giving this story a happy ending.
A 19-year-old Kelowna man faces potential impaired driving charges after he and a passenger were sent to hospital with serious injuries from a crash late Wednesday night.
Quebec man Julien Landry, 25, is lucky to be alive after he climbed a tree to escape a mother bear in Trout Creek canyon near Summerland, B.C. A Quebec man is in a stable condition in a Kelowna, B.C., hospital after spending several days injured and alone in the forest, having escaped a mother bear attack.
A vehicle was traveling east on Springfield Rd. up the hill when the driver lost control and hit a light pole.
The first 300 customers will receive a gift card. Marshalls is known for providing a wide selection of big brand fashions, a footwear department with more than 3,000 pairs of brand name boxed shoes and home decor items for the entire family.
A small number of Rutland Park Society members looked a gift horse in the mouth last week-and told the horse to shut up.
Some residents who live in the area say it took place the same day they were asked to leave their homes during the Okanagan Mountain Park Fire.
With less than two weeks until the first day of school and no foreseeable end to the labour dispute between B.C. teachers and the provincial government, parents and students are getting reasonably anxious.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 03:31 am
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