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VIDEO: Lake Country grill serves up behemoth burger

VIDEO: Lake Country grill serves up behemoth burger

OKF Grill is a popular place to eat in Oyama

VIDEO: Lake Country grill serves up behemoth burger
Mark Fry, founder of Templar Electric, stands with his Cruiser C26, a completely electric boat that is now on the market. - Contributed

Okanagan sailor gains global attention with his electric boats

Mark Fry officially launched his fleet of electric boats in January

Mark Fry, founder of Templar Electric, stands with his Cruiser C26, a completely electric boat that is now on the market. - Contributed
Batman was seen wandering around Kelowna Saturday night as a police incident was unfolding in Kelowna’s Pandosy area. - Melissa Parent

VIDEO: Okanagan police have guns drawn, Batman’s offer to help rejected

A West Kelowna woman caught an unusual scene on video, as Batman asked to help officers

Batman was seen wandering around Kelowna Saturday night as a police incident was unfolding in Kelowna’s Pandosy area. - Melissa Parent
Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Sunny with a chance of clouds

Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Sunny with a chance of clouds

Enjoy the sunshine, except in Salmon Arm

Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Sunny with a chance of clouds
Okanagan washouts could have connection to wildfires

Okanagan washouts could have connection to wildfires

The ministry said wildfires have impacted the severity of some landslides and washouts

Okanagan washouts could have connection to wildfires
Cougar sightings have increased compared to last year in the Central Okanagan. - File Photo

New cougar study may provide answers to increased sightings

Sightings of the animal have doubled in the spring compared to last year in Kelowna

Cougar sightings have increased compared to last year in the Central Okanagan. - File Photo
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New Okanagan burger restaurant offers gluten-free, meatless options

Bin 4 Burger Lounge is open for business in Kelowna

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Founder, owner, and CEO of Farm Bound, Jaye Siegmueller, launched zero waste store in Vernon. (Brieanna Charlebois/ Morning Star)

No joke: Kelowna’s first zero-waste grocery store to open April 1

Farm Bound Zero Waste has announced its opening date

Founder, owner, and CEO of Farm Bound, Jaye Siegmueller, launched zero waste store in Vernon. (Brieanna Charlebois/ Morning Star)
Odette’s Skin Laser Wellness Clinic in Lake Country. - Google Maps

Car torched in Kelowna: $1,000 reward offered for return of stolen massage machine

Odette Baumgartner’s vehicle was stolen and then burned. Now she just wants her machine back

Odette’s Skin Laser Wellness Clinic in Lake Country. - Google Maps
Challenge issued to keep Okanagan Rail Trail free of dog poop

Challenge issued to keep Okanagan Rail Trail free of dog poop

A Lake Country resident is challenging others to take extra bags with them

Challenge issued to keep Okanagan Rail Trail free of dog poop
Julius Huhs, land and resource coordinator with the province, outlines the risk of wildfire in the June Springs Road area of Kelowna. Currently Gorman Bros. Lumber Ltd. workers are removing some trees and debris in the area to reduce the risk. - Carli Berry/Capital News

Trees removed from Central Okanagan to mitigate wildfire risk

Kelowna - Projects are ongoing across B.C. to reduce the risk of wildfire

Julius Huhs, land and resource coordinator with the province, outlines the risk of wildfire in the June Springs Road area of Kelowna. Currently Gorman Bros. Lumber Ltd. workers are removing some trees and debris in the area to reduce the risk. - Carli Berry/Capital News
Okanagan man, Yorkshire terrier chased by coyote

Okanagan man, Yorkshire terrier chased by coyote

Animal sightings have been reported around West Kelowna and the Central Okanagan

Okanagan man, Yorkshire terrier chased by coyote
This invasive grey squirrel was spotted in Kelowna City Park last weekend. With no funding allocated to deal with the species, the population will continue to grow says a TRU researcher. (Carli Berry/Capital News)

‘Zero’ effort being made to tackle invasive grey squirrels in Kelowna parks

Invasive grey squirrels have taken over the Okanagan

This invasive grey squirrel was spotted in Kelowna City Park last weekend. With no funding allocated to deal with the species, the population will continue to grow says a TRU researcher. (Carli Berry/Capital News)
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International Macaron Day: Buy a treat, support the KGH Foundation

Tasty treats can be purchased around Kelowna, March 20

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West Coast Poke bowls coming to Kelowna’s downtown

Pacific Poke is opening a location on Bernard Avenue

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The goats are out at Hoof Prints Barnyard. Catharine Vella holds a goat with son Ryder Vella. - Matthew Abrey

Okanagan petting zoo closing its gates

Hoof Prints Barnyard announced, Tuesday night, it will be closing

The goats are out at Hoof Prints Barnyard. Catharine Vella holds a goat with son Ryder Vella. - Matthew Abrey
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Mom concerned with needles found at Central Okanagan park

Maria Beinarowitz, who has a five-year-old son, said she’s noticed a fair amount at a Kelowna park

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Weather warms up: Thieves target motorbikes in the Central Okanagan

The Kelowna RCMP is warning about warmer temperatures and the spikes in thefts

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The Regional District of the Central Okanagan is asking residents to be prepared for flooding, especially if you live near a creek, like Mission Creek. Photo: Contributed

Central Okanagan on flood watch as snow melts

With higher temperatures, the regional district is warning property owners to be prepared

The Regional District of the Central Okanagan is asking residents to be prepared for flooding, especially if you live near a creek, like Mission Creek. Photo: Contributed
‘It’s never a singular cause,’ too soon for Central Okanagan beekeepers to determine success of hives

‘It’s never a singular cause,’ too soon for Central Okanagan beekeepers to determine success of hives

With a cold snap this February, one Central Okanagan beekeeper says his hives are OK so far

‘It’s never a singular cause,’ too soon for Central Okanagan beekeepers to determine success of hives