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By Kelowna Capital News - Kelowna Capital News Published: May 18, 2013 10:00 AM Updated: May 18, 2013 10:14 AM Twenty-year-old graduating forward Cody Fowlie has found a place to play next season and will utilize the WHL scholarship to attend a Canadian university and play at the highest level of collegiate hockey in Canada next season. Comment?
... in the Castleger Rebels' dressing room. At left, Cox's daughter and son, Carol Him of Castlegar and Wally Cox of Kelowna. Castlegar, with close cooperation from its close neighbours has successfully hosted a provincial conference spanning four days ... Comment?
... we are a part of," said Chantelle Keith, Nature's Fare marketing manager. Since opening the first location in Kelowna's Orchard Plaza in 1994 (the Vernon store opened just over a year later), Nature's Fare now has three other Okanagan locations - ... Comment?
Sun Peaks, and the Sun Peaks Alpine Club were well recognized at the BC Alpine Spring Meetings in Kelowna this May. Comment?
Regional District of North Okanagan directors have decided not to take immediate action on a staff recommendation to try and pursue land for a park and ride facility for the bus from Vernon to Kelowna. Comment?
... get any takers." Duncan's bus was one of more than 40 parade entries, with the colourful convoy travelling from the Kelowna Family Y to Rutland Centennial Park. Cool, wet conditions kept the number of sidewalk spectators below the count of recent ... Comment?
The banter is folksy and funny between races at the Knox Mountain Hill Climb in Kelowna as drivers wait to power their cars up the big downtown mountain at speeds of well over 100 km/h. These are not millionaire athletes with big-name corporate sponsors. Comment?
Tom Edwards's car is hauled onto a flatbed trailer after he crashed it Saturday during the annual Knox Mountain Hill Climb in Kelowna. Comment?
... a town on Highway 97 just across the Canada-U.S border, a gallon of regular unleaded was selling for $4 U.S. In Kelowna, a litre of gas was $1.42. Changing gallons into litres and converting the currencies, the pre-tax price of gas in Washington ... Comment?
Marnie Sisson stands along Lakeshore Road in Kelowna, just south of Anne McClymont Elementary on Friday afternoon. Comment?
An 88-year-old Kelowna woman is thanking Good Samaritans who quickly helped her when she toppled off her scooter near the intersection of Harvey Avenue and Gordon Drive. Comment?
... on the project, regardless of what the contracts say. Phil Long, operations manager with Maple Reinders Inc., a Kelowna-based construction company, said he will be attending the presentation hosted by SICA. "There is a significant amount of ... Comment?
Children play on a tree at Kelowna's Rotary Park on Friday afternoon. Okanagan Lake may look inviting to tourists in the region for the Victoria Day holiday weekend, but officials say that with local creeks emptying snowmelt into the lake, it's too cold for swimming. Comment?
A dashboard camera has absolved RCMP of any wrongdoing in the death of a West Kelowna motorcyclist last week. Comment?
... assaulting women for more than a year, say RCMP. The 20-something man has fondled and flashed at least four women on Kelowna streets since May last year. He wears tight-fitting women's clothes and a long wig, either blonde or dark-haired. In each ... Comment?
... "I really hope there isn't snobbery against it," said Jennifer Turton-Molgat, president of The View in Southeast Kelowna, the winery making Bling sparkling wine in a can. "It's targeted to gals who love bubbly and want an easy to chill and carry ... Comment?
By Kelowna Capital News - Kelowna Capital News Published: May 15, 2013 2:00 PM Updated: May 15, 2013 2:43 PM Police are looking to identify a man alleged to have tried to abduct a 3-year-old girl Wednesday morning. Comment?
By Judie Steeves - Kelowna Capital News Published: May 15, 2013 3:00 PM Updated: May 15, 2013 3:05 PM The Okanagan is a hotspot of biodiversity and of species at risk in Canada and with that comes a responsibility to conserve the natural environment here to protect its species. Comment?
By Judie Steeves - Kelowna Capital News Published: May 15, 2013 3:00 PM Updated: May 15, 2013 3:13 PM "Developers won't like it, but lots of people are fed up with increased density," notes renowned ecologist David Schindler, of the University of Alberta. Comment?
By Wade Paterson - Kelowna Capital News Published: May 15, 2013 2:00 PM Updated: May 16, 2013 6:38 AM West Kelowna council had a final opportunity to give their input regarding the two main RapidBus transit exchanges Tuesday before BC Transit issues a tender for construction. Comment?