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Kelowna couple pedalling past loss of sight

Pauline and Jim Marshall said it’s important to be patient with each other

Kelowna General Hospital Foundation launches fundraising initiative to support local health care

The initiative also highlights workers at Kelowna General Hospital

Kelowna man charged with harming a hamster

The 20-year-old Kelowna man faces several animal cruelty charges

Kelowna man arrested after allegedly pointing gun at driver

Police said the man pointed a gun at a driver and damaged a taxi

Okanagan cleaning company keeping businesses safe amid pandemic

Vitatek Solutions uses safe, hospital-grade disinfectants to help fight COVID-19

VIDEO: ‘Peli’ the pelican, found injured in Oliver, reunited with flock after lengthy rehab

Footage shows the release of ‘Peli’, an endangered Pelican who has been recovering since last fall

Okanagan farm continues to offer natural, safe space during pandemic

Arion Therapeutic Farm in Kelowna has helped residents feel calmer during these difficult times

Kelowna-based community association helping seniors through pandemic

The community group is helping seniors from Kelowna, West Kelowna and Peachland

UBC researchers seeking public input on pandemic policies

People can have their voice heard in an online deliberation series

Kelowna tattoo artist launches colouring book

The colouring book is an all-ages 40-page activity book

Kelowna’s Kangaroo Creek Farm to open this month

Petting zoos are gearing up to open following phase 2 of the COVID-19 pandemic

Peachland debuts new rainbow sidewalk

Mayor Cindy Fortin said the district is proud of the colourful work

United Way provides PPE to Okanagan charities

The organization hosted their Day of Caring at Kelowna’s Ramada

Okanagan company partners with Salvation Army to make a difference during COVID-19

‘Instead of binge-watching Netflix, you can maybe make a difference out there’

West Kelowna picnic business offering intimate grad celebration

Owner Kristy Lockhart said a smaller celebration can still be just as good during this time

Okanagan student’s grad petition gains steam

The petition asks for grad ceremonies to be rescheduled instead of moved virtually

Southern Interior charities to receive PPE from United Way

The items were donated to United Way through various channels

ZipZone Peachland gearing up for May 16 opening

The park’s opening was originally planned for April 11

Kelowna singer releases video, song for Mother’s Day

‘Loved You Perfectly’ is the first song in Haley Turner’s first full-length album