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The event kicked off with a Zumba class before the ribbon was cut and runners filed out of City Park.
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The Grooveyard owner LeAnne Jakubeit, left, and assistant store manager Jasmine Lamont pull out new vinyl albums and 45s for Record Store Day.
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Yukon Blonde will perform in concert May 19 in Kelowna's City Park. Free tickets are available at redbull.ca/yukonblonde.
The dangerous offender hearing for David Bobbitt is slated to start June 9 in Penticton and last for four weeks.
Jeff Cameron, from the Buckerfields on Springfield Road, said their store cat Annie was returned home at around 11 a.m. Wednesday, after being stolen last Saturday, and it was as though she'd never been gone.
The $14.3 million facelift and underground utility replacement of Bernard Avenue, the city's main downtown street, is nearing completion.
The Vancouver Canucks have the sixth overall pick in the June 27-28 NHL Entry Draft.
An Abbotsford police officer has been named an "All Star" with Alexa's Team, consisting of RCMP and municipal officers committed to reducing the number of impaired-driving deaths in B.C. Const.
Barbara Hart has been finding it easier to sleep at night this spring now that she doesn't have to worry about nearby McDougall Creek being breached by high stream flow.
Drywall work on a $150 million condominium project in downtown San Diego has been halted after California officials discovered that the subcontractor was unlicensed in the state.
John Gladstone left his home community of Skidegate for Vancouver nearly a decade ago, and he has no plans to return.
Assigned to cover the story of Gloria Taylor's fight to die with dignity, two local Kelowna filmmakers ventured out on their most personal, heart wrenching endeavour yet.
A lunar eclipse took place Tuesday. The entire event was to be visible from North and South America, but sky watchers in northern and eastern Europe, eastern Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia were out of luck, according to US space agency NASA.
B.C. media mogul David Black says his $36 billion oil refinery proposal for Kitimat not only makes sense financially and environmentally, it'll also benefit the entire province in several ways.
The Industry Training Authority is adding a pair of boots on the ground in Prince George to boost human relations between apprentices, the companies that hire them and local training centres.