Sawyer Klassen

Hangin’ with the ‘Roos

The aptly named Kangaroo Creek Farm in Lake Country has all sorts of animals from Down Under and elsewhere.

Former women’s hockey national team member to coach at OHA

Delaney Collins will serve as an assistant coach for both the female prep team and the newly-formed female varsity team.

Penticton lacrosse players net B.C. Games nod

A trio of athletes will be looking to return to the podium at the B.C. Summer Games in Abbotsford this summer.

St Joseph Elementary breaks ground for new school

The new school is scheduled to be open for the start of the next school year in September

West Kelowna and Westbank First Nation sign new fire agreement

West Kelowna Fire Rescue will provide services to Westbank First Nation for the next 15 years

Penticton Vees run for title starts now

Penticton Vees spring camp takes place this week as the team gears up for next season.

New multi-million dollar homes coming to West Kelowna

The $50 million development Paradise Estates will be located on the former West Bay Beach Resort property

Phone app to help local food banks

Club Appetite is an app that will provide food banks with some much needed donations

Kelowna family fundraising for service dog

Six year old Kiel has autism, and his family is raising $25,000 to get him a trained autism service dog

Ceremony recognizes victims of fatal workplace accidents

Thursday was Canada's national Day of Mourning, remembering those who were killed in a workplace accident

Bestselling author speaks to volunteers in Kelowna

Anita Moorjani relayed her near death experience to volunteers from Central Okanagan Hospice

Volunteers clean up downtown Kelowna

Roughly 40 volunteers spent time cleaning up Kelowna on Earth Day

Waters levels cause park closure in West Kelowna

Powers Creek has risen above it's banks, causing flooding in the area

Poverty experts call for provincial poverty reduction plan

British Columbia is the only remaining province without a comprehensive poverty reduction plan

Milestone significant for Pentictonite

Graham Millar hits 200 regular season games in the Western Hockey League

Boucherie students using social media to engage youth

The TRACE Youth Facebook page has been created with the intent of increasing youth engagement in West Kelowna

West Kelowna resident providing future for over 100 children

Elaine Crebo is helping to build a school in rural Cambodia, offering education to children that otherwise wouldn't have it

Starbright helping young children in Kelowna with developmental disorders

For 60 years, Starbright Children's Development Centre has been helping children as they develop the skills needed for school

West Kelowna resident opposing West Kelowna civic centre

Ian Graham is against the alternative approval process, saying it takes away the right to vote

City station will be line of defence against invasive species

Penticton will be the location of one of eight new mussel inspection stations including some along the Alberta and U.S. borders.