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  • Preventive burn scheduled for channel walkway

    PENTICTON - The Penticton Indian Band is taking steps to mitigate wildfire risk as the summer season approaches.
  • The current

    Board Chair, Vice-Chair Re-elected to Positions
  • West Kelowna Council meeting highlights

    December 13, 2016

    Agricultural Advisory Committee
    Mayor Doug Findlater rose and reported that Council had appointed the following people to the Agricultural Advisory Committee, to serve for a period of four years to end December 31, 2020:
  • Cache Creek Landfill Set To Close Earlier

    Wastech Services has moved up the closure date of the Cache Creek Landfill to December 15, 2016, from the original date of December 31.
  • Protect yourself against police impersonators: B.C. RCMP

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - There have been incidents where people impersonating the police tried to scam individuals and businesses. 
  • Carbon neutral weddings at TRU's Horticulture Gardens

    KAMLOOPS - Thompson Rivers University's Horticulture Gardens now has even more to brag about! 
  • Bike to Work Week showed record numbers of cyclists

    VERNON - Vernon cyclists joined the Bike to Work and School Week in record numbers, and one Vernon participant won a 14-day cycling adventure in Vietnam from Bike to Work BC.
  • West Kelowna alternate evacuation routes ready for fire season

    WEST KELOWNA - With the onset of wildfire season, the City of West Kelowna reminds Glenrosa residents that alternate emergency evacuation routes, via Jackpine, Bear Lake Main and Bear Creek Forest Service Roads, are available if needed.

    City staff has traveled the routes to ensure they are clear of obstructions and well-marked with signs to assist with navigation. Staff will continue patrols throughout the fire season to ensure they remain passable.
  • Getting a charge in downtown Kelowna

    KELOWNA - Just in time for Earth Day on April 22, visitors to downtown Kelowna now have two new options for charging electric vehicles; two stalls in the museum parking lot at Queensway Avenue and Ellis Street are now serviced with electrical vehicle charge units, thanks to a unique pilot project between the City of Kelowna and FortisBC.
  • Community rallies together for second annual ‘Random Act of Kindness’ Day

    SOUTH OKANAGAN - Doesn’t it feel great when someone goes out of their way to help you, hold the door open for you, or even say ‘thank you’? Not only does it feel awesome to be the recipient of a good deed, but it also feels rewarding to ‘pay it forward’ and do something nice for someone else. The Community Foundation of the South Okanagan | Similkameen challenges you to perform a random act of kindness (RAK) Nov. 6.

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