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Flowers By Design in Mission Park has new owners, new management and an entirely new look.
The President’s Awards is given to the top 12 dealers in the country based on several criteria.
Working in masonry, Keith Eisenkrein has seen a great deal of damage done to buildings by woodpeckers.
Trout Waters Fly & Tackle is now in 3,300 square-foot premises on Enterprise Way by the firehall.
Owned and operated by licensed optician Laura Draycott, Wink-i-Wear provides a luxurious environment for trying on endless looks.
The new owners of Johnny’s Fresh Meats and Deli are Lance and Audrey Rowell.
Business columnist Maxine DeHart brings you up to speed on business happenings around town.
Spina wants to re-invent the barber shop as he feels guys need a place to go and hang out and talk about “guy stuff.”
CartsPlus has relocated to an 8,000 square foot facility at 675 Willow Park Rd.
Terrance Duncan, who grew up in Kelowna, is back home and has started a mobile catering business called Ol’ School Texas BBQ Bus.
Family owners of Olympia Greek Taverna are celebrating 40 years in business in Rutland.
Bonanza Meat Packers has opened a retail outlet at 185 Adams Rd. under the new banner Bonanza Meats, Deli & Bistro.
Renovations have added a new second floor with many new displays and ideas.
Hillcrest Farm Market is essentially a farm market with coffee shop and a nice atmosphere for a light breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Bill, Daphne and Mike Meads have operated The Food Basket at Pandosy and Sutherland for 25 years.
Maxine DeHart brings up up to date with what's happening in the local business world.
Tasty Treasures Baking Company has opened a storefront location in the Orchard Park Mall food court.
The Mediterranean Bakery and Restaurant has a selection of savory and sweet foods and dessert, not found anywhere else.
Business columnist Maxine DeHart keeps you up to date with what's happening in Kelowna's business world.
In just over three hours, we raised more than $37,000—and the donations are still coming in from Kelowna.