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  • Munich wants rainbow-colored stadium for game with Hungary

    MUNICH (AP) — Hungary may play its final group game at the European Championship in a stadium lit up in rainbow colors.
  • Israel arrests Arab suspects in mob killing of Jewish man

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli police said Sunday they have arrested eight Arab suspects in the killing of an Israeli Jewish man during a wave of ethnic violence last month.
  • Israeli PM: World powers must 'wake up' on Iran nuke deal

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on Sunday opened his first Cabinet meeting since swearing in his new coalition government last week with a condemnation of the new Iranian president. He said Iran's presidential election was a sign for world powers to “wake up” before returning to a nuclear agreement with Tehran.
  • Trump cowboy seeks 2nd act in politics after Capitol breach

    TULAROSA, N.M. (AP) — He rodeoed in a Buffalo Bill-style Wild West show, carried his message on horseback from the Holy Land to Times Square and was invited to the White House to meet the president.
  • Kansas officer critically hurt, suspect dead after shootout

    WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas police officer is in critical condition and the person who fired at officers is dead after a shootout in Wichita, authorities said.
  • UEFA probes discrimination at Euro 2020 games in Hungary

    BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Two European Championship soccer matches in Hungary are being investigated for “potential discriminatory incidents," UEFA said Sunday.
  • AP Interview: Former president says US failed in Afghanistan

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghanistan’s former president said Sunday the United States came to his country to fight extremism and bring stability to his war-tortured nation and is leaving nearly 20 years later having failed at both.
  • Official: Crash, "likely" due to storm, kills 10 in Alabama

    ATLANTA (AP) — Tropical Depression Claudette claimed 12 lives in Alabama as the storm swept across the southeastern U.S., causing flash flooding and spurring tornadoes that destroyed dozens of homes.
  • Diplomats: Progress made in Vienna at Iran nuclear talks

    VIENNA (AP) — Top diplomats said Sunday further progress had been made at talks between Iran and global powers to try to negotiate and restore a landmark 2015 agreement to contain Iranian nuclear development that was later abandoned by the Trump administration. They said that it was now up to the governments involved in the negotiations to make political decisions.
  • Libya's interim government reopens Mediterranean highway

    CAIRO (AP) — Libya’s interim authorities reopened on Sunday the Mediterranean coastal highway linking the country’s long-divided eastern and western cities, in the latest bid to reunite the territories after years of civil war.
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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