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4th mobile home goes up in flames since December in Keremeos

4th mobile home goes up in flames since December in Keremeos

Neighbours woke the occupants and brought them to safety
B.C. firefighter recovering abroad after losing leg to ‘flesh-eating’ infection

B.C. firefighter recovering abroad after losing leg to ‘flesh-eating’ infection

Vancouver assistant fire chief contracted infection while on family vacation
Small out-of-control wildfire burning near Chetwynd, B.C.

Small out-of-control wildfire burning near Chetwynd, B.C.

Fire sparked Friday, believed to be human-caused
Penticton bylaws go by boat to dismantle growing encampment

Penticton bylaws go by boat to dismantle growing encampment

The occupant was given notice and connected with social services
Nisga’a Treaty disputes settled between B.C. and First Nation governments

Nisga’a Treaty disputes settled between B.C. and First Nation governments

New agreement solidifies rights around hunting, consultation and environmental protection
Vernon, Kelowna show support for Ukraine, 2 years after Russia’s invasion

Vernon, Kelowna show support for Ukraine, 2 years after Russia’s invasion

Events to show solidarity and call out ‘genocidal war of aggression’ took place Saturday, Feb. 24
Blowing snow, ‘near-zero visability’ expected for Okanagan Connector

Blowing snow, ‘near-zero visability’ expected for Okanagan Connector

Advisory issued between Merritt and Kelowna, starting Sunday morning
‘Potentially 12-storeys’: Penticton’s historic housing plan back in spotlight

‘Potentially 12-storeys’: Penticton’s historic housing plan back in spotlight

Plan calls for construction of 11 buildings, between 1,200 and 1,500 residential units
‘He can’t hurt anybody else’: Accused in B.C. murder case dies in custody

‘He can’t hurt anybody else’: Accused in B.C. murder case dies in custody

Teresa Bartz, sister of murdered Willy Bartz, is feeling relieved after seven years of court proceedings
Affordable housing development proposed for Summerland

Affordable housing development proposed for Summerland

Chamber raises concerns about effects of 60-unit complex in downtown