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While they learned how best to manage their bees, B.C. honey producers competed over the weekend for top awards.
From none a decade ago, today it's estimated there are as many as 100 wolves in the Okanagan.
Black rats are not native to the Okanagan, but they're being reported in many areas, and residents want the city to help deal with them.
At this year's agm for the B.C. Tree Fruits Co-operative only one new director was elected, to fill a vacancy.
Wetlands are more than a haven for mosquitoes or a place to dump worn-out tires.
Fall is a good time of year to decide to volunteer for the non-profit organization that provides the facilities where you have fun.
Forests minister Steve Thomson talks from China about the reception there of B.C.'s high-quality wood products.
You need water to survive, so you may want to learn about what's proposed for the future of water management in B.C.
Lorainne McLarty and the restoration of the Riggs House on Ethel Street both won provincial Heritage B.C. awards on the weekend.
The Okanagan Regional Library board has approved a budget for 2014 that will mean a 1.77 per cent tax increase.
Westlake Road site for antennae to expand cell phone services thought by some to be too close to two nearby ponds.
Conservation officers are finding many people not following the regulations when out hunting.
Water districts are appealing the province's issuance of new water licences on their reservoirs because they're already fully-allocated.
Everyone won in a tight contest amongst some of the region's brightest young chefs at Okanagan College Thursday evening.
Members of the B.C. Fruit Growers Association will hold a special meeting in early November to discuss a reorganization.
Autumn is a perfect time of year to get outside in the Okanagan, and there's new technology to help you get around.
Weather-related damage to tree fruit crops in the Okanagan could reach as much as $18 million this year.
Despite damage related to weather, top quality apples are being harvested in local orchards this fall.
Incorporating fall flavours into your Thanksgiving Dinner is a wonderful way to celebrate local farmers and products.
It's not an easy life for the kokanee salmon in the Okanagan, but it's in our hands to make it less difficult if we have the will.