Community

Palmer worked with apple breeding program in Summerland

Horticulturalist initiated the apple breeding and the clonal rootstock programs in 1920s

  • May 21, 2020

Okanagan Terry Fox run organizer holds onto hope

Registration now open for 40th annual event going virtual

Kelowna RCMP searching for two allegedly stolen dogs

Cala and Missy were reported stolen from a residence along the 500-block of Yates Road over the long weekend

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The Kelowna Capital News team plants a tree for Earth Day
Cougar caught on camera in Lake Country
Snow blankets Kelowna
Caught in camera: Bear hangs out in tree in Trail

Rescued Shuswap bear cub named after Snowbirds Capt. Jenn Casey

Neighbours assist in capture of Tappen Triplets now in care of Northern Lights Wildlife Society

WATCH: Shuswap pet rescue society creates happy ending for five feral felines

Volunteer group could use food, donations for its work helping vulnerable cats and dogs

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  • May 19, 2020

PHOTOS: Tribute to CF Snowbirds on Victoria Day in downtown Kelowna

Photos of the flyover in tribute to the CF Snowbirds crash and park-goers in downtown Kelowna

VIDEO: Car collectors come out in droves for drive through Fort Langley

A ‘spontaneous’ drive replaces annual May Day Parade, surprising village residents and shoppers alike

Extraordinary life ends where it began, at home in Keremeos

On March 17, at 101 years old, veteran William Arthur Liddicoat, passed away at home

QUIZ: Exploring gardens

How much do you know about gardening and famous gardens?

Spanish influenza affected British Columbia

Epidemic a century ago had three distinct waves

  • May 17, 2020

Community Foundation of South Okanagan Similkameen provides 10 bursaries

Financial aid available to those who have graduated in region within past five years

PHOTOS: Canada Post employees salute healthcare workers in Vernon

Parade in appreciation of healthcare workers went past Vernon Jubilee Hospital Thursday evening

‘It feels surreal’: Armstrong grad wins $80K UBC scholarship

Aidan Eglin is a recipient of the prestigious Schulich Leader Award

Shuswap potter returns to kiln to create 500 bowls for food bank

Mud, Sweat and Tears’ Bruce Nyeste thrilled by successful sale of initial run

Foster homes needed for Vernon kittens

SPCA getting ready for kitten season and needs people to apply to foster

Influential Oliver man, Bill Ross dies unexpectedly

Ross served the community in various roles with the RDOS and Town of Oliver for nearly 30 years

Penticton woman’s charitable mask business takes off

Kathy Blannin McKenzie began making masks after losing her job, they’ve now sold across North America

Looking back: Salmon Arm’s experience with the Spanish flu

Salmon Arm Museum curator Deborah Chapman looks at impact on community

  • May 14, 2020

Five generations of females celebrate family in Salmon Arm

Matriarch is now 90 while youngest born is just five months