Daniel Taylor

Kelowna’s Friends of Dorothy to host LGBT2Q+ live music acts

Matthew Presidente and Pedwell are on the bill for July 7 and 8

Hidden cameras in Okanagan forests catch illegal dumpers, lead to fines

The Okanagan Forest Task Force’s have led to 13 or 14 tickets for illegal dumpers

YLW implements further safety measures amid COVID-19

The new safety measures came into effect on July 7

TOTA and Community Futures join forces to support Okanagan businesses amid COVID-19

The initiative is to rebuild a resilient tourism industry in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic

Morning Start: Dogs can smell cancer

Your morning start for Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Okanagan Beach Club making waves with licensed beach, new look

New owner Ryan Hargreaves purchased the resort in February 2020

Kelowna’s Jackknife Brewing takes in water after major thunderstorm

The flooding occurred on Saturday, June 27

Majority of Kelowna residents don’t feel safe when engaging with local RCMP, poll suggests

Capital News asked residents ‘do you feel safe when interacting with local police?’

Poll: How will you be spending Canada Day?

Capital News wants to know your plans for July 1 amid COVID-19

Mayor Basran gives thumbs up to tourism in Kelowna

Messaging around inter-provincial travel in phase three of B.C.’s restart plan has been amended

Boil water notice in effect for West Kelowna Estates residents

The advisory was issued on June 26, 2020

Morning Start: Flying is greener than you think

Your morning start for Monday, June 29, 2020

Kelowna residents asked to donate blood in honour of Canada Day

There is a great need for O-negative blood, according to the Canadian Blood Services

BC charity supports KGH with needed respiratory equipment amid COVID-19

TB Vets donated Polymerase Chain Reaction lab equipment to KGH to support ongoing research for respiratory illnesses

Landmark’s ‘Dine the District’ returns July and August in Kelowna

The event promotes the Landmark District’s food and drink establishments

Transport truck breaks down, blocks traffic on Harvey Avenue in Kelowna

The truck broke down around 12:20 p.m. on June 25

POLL: Do recent accusations levelled against Kelowna RCMP make you feel safe around police?

Two Kelowna RCMP officers have been placed on administrative duty following arrests they made

Okanagan cherries in jeopardy due to above-average rainfall

Okanagan farmer said some orchards are losing up to 70 per cent of crops

Looking back at West Kelowna Warriors hockey history

The Warriors relocated from Langley in 2006