Laryn Gilmour

Okanagan high-school students feature their work at the Kelowna Art Gallery

‘Art in Action’ will have 180 students art pieces on display all summer

New affordable homes now available to Peachland seniors

74 new one and two bedroom homes starting at $780

Kelowna General Hospital Nurses happy with increased security

B.C. Nurses Union wants the government to heighten security in all medical facilities

Weekend weather update: Hot muggy weather is in the forecast

Temperatures are expected to reach 30 C across the Valley

Wentworth Music ranked one of the ‘Top 100 Music Stores in the World’

Named top 100 by the ‘National Association of Music Merchants’

Temperatures on the rise could cause wildfire risk

Environment Canada Meteorologist said June will be dryer than usual

Mazu focussed on children’s mental health

Kelowna tech company hosts ‘Screenagers’ showing

UBC Okanagan study shows ecstasy could treat post traumatic stress disorder

Researcher said PTSD symptoms decreased after one MDMA psychotherapy session

Kelowna mom cycles to raise awareness for lung disease in support of her daughter

B.C. Lung Association’s annual Bicycle Trek celebrate 35 years of fundraising cycle

Barn fire in West Kelowna leaves horses unharmed

13 firefighters joined to fight the blaze

VIDEO: A tour of Pioneer Cemetery honoured Chinese and Japanese early settlers

The tour run by the Kelowna Museum is in honour of ‘Asian Heritage Month’

VIDEO: Temperatures are heating up across the Okanagan Valley

A mix of sun, clouds and a chance of showers are expected this week

The search for body of missing Kelowna kayaker continues

Zygmunt Janiewicz, 71, was reported missing on May 17

The farm has outgrown its Lake Country property due to an increase in daily visitors

The Kangaroo Creek Farm will be hopping from Lake Country to a…

Okanagan residents experienced a day in the life of being homeless

‘Take Steps’ Homelessness simulator experiment shows people what it’s like to be homeless for a day

Okanagan Forest Task Force clean-up over thirty-five-hundred pounds of garbage

OFTF shocked by amount of unattended bonfires on Saturday’s clean-up

It’s fawn season and conservation is reminding people to leave them alone

A mother deer will leave her fawn for hours at a time before it can walk

Uptown Rutland kicks off street art project

The first mural has been painted along the side of Uptown Rutland’s building

Woman loses license after driving impaired, damaging multiple properties

West Kelowna woman damages two homes and a truck while allegedly drunk driving

Hundreds of homeowners angered over proposed development on WFN land

Westbank First Nation are seeking to rezone Lot 348-3 from low density to high density area