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Kelowna and the Central Okanagan’s top stories this week

Patti Hillman and her friends braved the cold rainy weather today to zipline naked and raise money for breast cancer research
June 22, 2013 - 2:04 PM

CENTRAL OKANAGAN – Here are just some of the top stories InfoTel News told you about this week.

The rain felt extra cold for over 60 women riding a Peachland zipline because they were naked. It was a fundraising for breast cancer research.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

397 Yates Road in Glenmore
397 Yates Road in Glenmore

A suspicious death in Glenmore turned into a murder this week as RCMP got the results of the victim’s autopsy. Police won’t say if the killing is a random act of violence.

 

Some much need detox beds will come on-line soon. The Bridge Youth and Family Services Society will be managing the new comprehensive addiction treatment centre.

The Bridge has purchased the Crossroads building on Highway 33 in Rutland and hopes to open its residential treatment beds by early August.
The Bridge has purchased the Crossroads building on Highway 33 in Rutland and hopes to open its residential treatment beds by early August.

News from © InfoTel News Ltd, 2013
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