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  • Warsaw university aims to shape future conservative lawyers

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — An increasingly influential Polish Catholic legal institute on Friday inaugurated a university in Warsaw that aims to educate a new generation of conservative lawyers in central Europe who it hopes will also shape wider European culture.
  • Leaving home: West Virginia population drop is largest in US

    CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — After her company told employees in 2017 to start working remotely, customer service representative Haley Miller decided to break from her lifelong home of West Virginia.
  • AP-NORC poll: Government should help Americans age at home

    WASHINGTON - A majority of Americans agree that government should help people fulfil a widely held aspiration to age in their own homes, not institutional settings, a new poll finds.
  • US vows again to ban menthol flavour in cigarettes, cigars

    WASHINGTON - U.S. health regulators pledged again Thursday to try to ban menthol cigarettes, this time under pressure from African American groups to remove the mint flavour popular among Black smokers.
  • Are suit jackets oppression? Lawmakers fight own dress codes

    BOSTON - A sneaker-clad Latino state senator in Rhode Island is objecting to his chamber’s jacket and dress shirt edict as a form of white oppression. Female lawmakers in Montana complain proposed rules dealing with s kirt lengths and necklines are overly sexist.
  • Meghan and Harry spark anger, soul-searching in UK media

    LONDON - Britain’s royal family is smarting from its depiction in Meghan and Harry’s explosive TV interview as aloof, uncaring and tinged with racism. But the couple identified an even bigger villain: the British media, which they accused of racist bullying and personal attacks.
  • Amid rising infections, Israeli ultra-Orthodox defy lockdown

    TEL AVIV, Israel - After a revered ultra-Orthodox rabbi died this week from COVID-19, Israeli police thought they had worked out an arrangement with his followers to allow a small, dignified funeral that would conform with public health guidelines under the current coronavirus lockdown.
  • Milan fashion gives small opening to Black Lives Matter

    MILAN - When asked why there aren’t more people of colour in the Italian fashion industry, officials have cited a lack of candidates in homogeneous Italy. Five African-born designers in Italy want to put that view to rest with their inclusion on the official Milan Fashion Week calendar Sunday.
  • Athletes made statement last week, but experts say movement needs to continue

    Fergie Jenkins can't remember having discussions with his teammates about the racism he experienced as a Black, minor-league pitcher in the American deep south in the early 1960s.
  • Groups unite to urge US to extend food aid to schoolchildren

    NEW YORK - A high-profile coalition of educators, activists and philanthropists — including the American Federation of Teachers, the NAACP and the charity World Central Kitchen — is urging Congress to extend and expand emergency provisions that allow school districts nationwide to feed millions of children during the coronavirus pandemic.
This home on Lakeshore Road in Kelowna recently sold. It was listed for sale at almost $14 million.
UPDATE: This is the second most expensive home ever sold in the Okanagan
A home listed for sale for almost $14 million sold this spring in Kelowna. The listing agent’s office, Jane Hoffman Realty/Coldwell Banker, would not reveal what the property sold for but did confirm that it sold this spring and  
Warba potatoes are my favourite variety.
RECIPE: This Father's Day potato salad will become a tradition
Everyone seems to have at least one of the famous Whitewater Cooks  cookbooks in their collection. And for good reason, the recipes are amazing and they all work. This potato salad has become a family favourite, especially when we use

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