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  • Pump Track Coming Soon to Penticton

    PENTICTON - With the help of many generous community donors the Penticton and Area Cycling Association has raised almost $40,000 to date to fund the construction of a pump track. 
  • Okanagan Wine and Orchard Museum exhibit highlights contributions of early immigrants

    A new display at the Okanagan Wine and Orchard Museum emphasizes the perseverance of early Chinese and Japanese immigrants, despite the discrimination they faced.
  • Healing power of art

    The Healing Power of Art will soon gain the public spotlight at Penticton Regional Hospital.
  • OC Culinary Arts alumnus cooks his way to a spot at Atelier

    KELOWNA - Carson Bibby was only 16-years-old when he first had the opportunity to cook alongside some of Canada’s finest chefs at the Canadian Culinary Championships’ Gold Medal Plates finale. A year later and another Gold Medal Plates experience under his belt, the young OC Culinary Arts alumnus’ skills have earned him a job at one of Canada’s most acclaimed restaurants.
  • West Kelowna City Council meeting highlights

    Canada 150 Flags Presentation
    Central Okanagan-Similkameen-Nicola MP Dan Albas presented flags to be flown at city facilities in recognition of Canada’s 150th anniversary of confederation, which will be officially celebrated July 1, 2017. City staff has also requested to use the Canada 150 logo for decorative banners on Boucherie Road Wine Trail and Westbank Centre.
  • Scientists of tomorrow get started today

    KELOWNA - The next generation of scientists and researchers will take their first steps towards a lifetime of inquiry today at the 2017 Central Okanagan Public Schools Science Fair.
  • Sanitary main replacement to temporarily close rivers trail access

    Kamloops, BC – Construction is starting near Kamloops Airport to replace the aging sanitary gravity main that services all Kamloops residents north of the Thompson River. This essential upgrade will begin at the North Primary Lift Station on Aviation Way and will result in the full closure of Aviation Way.
  • Digital photography could be a key factor in rural health care

    KELOWNA - Photographs may lead to better treatment and care for patients in rural communities, a UBC Okanagan study shows.
  • Kamloops Library Hosts ‘Appy Hour’

    KAMLOOPS - The TNRD Library System will host a different kind of ‘Appy Hour’ on Tuesdays at the Kamloops Library this year — a fun and informative hour that will explore the newest practical apps for tablets, smartphones and personal computers running Windows 10.
  • Okanagan College’s green buildings earn gold

    KELOWNA - Green technology took top nods at the 25th Tommie awards, with two Okanagan College projects recognized for their environmental innovation.

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