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Flagship events for the 33rd annual Fall Okanagan Wine Festival are already selling out, so organizers are optimistic.
The annual migration of Okanagan Lake kokanee into the streams of their birth has begun, but it's not forecast to be a stellar run.
The black-legged tick is active at this time of year, and because it carries Lyme Disease, Okanagan residents are warned to watch for it.
Appies are wedding food, shower food, birthday food and get-together-with-friends-food, so it's always good to have more recipes.
West Kelowna winery Mission Hill Family Estate comes out on top in the WineAlign National Wine Awards of Canada for 2013.
With the onset of autumn Saturday comes a change in weather and new colours in the wild as well as less daylight.
You can help track down criminals destroying wildlife and habitat by reporting suspicious activity to conservation officers.
Long-term health benefits associated with hunting extend beyond providing food for your family and getting outdoor exercise.
There are activities for everyone with any outdoors interests this month around the Okanagan, so participate and have some fun.
Despite being in his own fenced yard, a Westbank dog was killed by a coyote Monday, so take care with your pets.
Five West Kelowna teens have been fined for destroying a wildlife meadow and pond out of Peachland.
A severe thunderstorm watch by Environment Canada isn't forecast to last long before the weather turns back to summer.
Those tasty morsels are now available from local vineyards and they're a great addition to lots of favourite dishes.
Joe Sardinha, former president of the fruit growers' association, is dead at 52.
September is normally when conflicts with bears in the Okanagan soar as the bruins bulk up for hibernation.
With next week's return to classes for many families, it's time once again to think about what to put in the lunch bag.
As the wealth of the local harvest of fruits and vegetables continues to roll in, enjoy the best in simple recipes and eat your greens.
A hailstorm on Monday left behind a trail of devastation in Southeast Kelowna orchards, vineyards and crop fields.
With fresh ripe tomatoes now available locally, think salads to gorge yourself on their fabulous flavour while they're in season.
It's not all sunshine and roses as far as summer weather is concerned—there's also severe weather than can be fatal.