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  • Almost everyone has experienced that moment of discovering an item of clothing had found its way into the wrong wash load, and emerged a quarter of its original size.
  • Saturday I’ll be kicking it off at Natures Fare for the Rail Trail information session and fundraiser. If you want to find out more about how and where this trail is going to lead, this is the place to get all that information, and help bring this trail to  life.
  • It has to be one of the BEST moments of the Rio games so far....
  • Tres magnifique! Popular French restaurant Bouchons has a new owner.
  • Saturday I’ll be kicking my weekend off at the Okanagan Pride Parade. It’ll be a lot of fun, there’s going to be a lot going on. Bring your family, friends, voices, your rainbow colours, and advocacy signs to Stuart Park for marshalling by 10:45 at the latest. The march will start at 11:00 am with Grand Marshals, MP Stephen Fuhr and the Etcetera Youth Group.
  • Is it his Wolverine make-up OR is Hugh just aging like the rest of us??
  • Even dolphins know you don't take photos with an iPad!

In the News

  • As A&W restaurants prepare to raise money for multiple sclerosis research on Thursday, the cause hits close to home for a Kelowna councillor.
  • A 39-year-old man from Peachland is facing both B&E and sex assault charges after allegedly groping a couple of women Tuesday night.
  • It may be small town living in Lake Country - but police say people are setting themselves up for some big city crime - since August 15th, RCMP say thefts from vehicles have skyrocketed.
  • Kelowna's rental housing market is extremely tight - at 0.6% - but the city is trying to address the shortfall in rental units.
  • The Emergency Operations Centre advises that effective 12:00 p.m. today, the Evacuation Order and Alert for the Bear Creek fire are rescinded. No areas remain under Evacuation Order or Alert.

    Those returning to approximately 105 properties in the Traders Cove subdivision should be aware that active fire suppression continues in the area west of Westside Road. Visible smoke and flames may be seen as BC Wildfire Service firefighters remain in the area working over the next few days to completely extinguish the fire. Those returning may encounter various hazards on private properties as a result of the wildfire.

    For their safety, members of the public are asked to stay out of the fire-affected area and please obey any warning and hazard signs. This includes not entering any of the local hiking trails including Bear Creek Provincial Park.

    At 12:00 p.m., Westside Road will be open again for two-way traffic. Motorists are asked to use caution driving through the fire area. They may experience temporary delays as fire and utility crews are still working.

    While electrical service to the affected area has been restored, as a result of the fire and for the safety of first responders, there was an extended period when there was no electricity throughout the area. Those residents returning may have concerns for food safety. Interior Health advises during an extended power outage, food in a fridge or freezer may not be safe to eat. ‘When in doubt, throw it out’. Specific information about Food, Water Quality, Septic Systems and Fire Retardants is available at:

    The Emergency Support Services reception centre is now closed.

    Bear Creek Main Forest Service Road is closed to all traffic except for local residents. BC Wildfire Service will allow the resumption of traffic when it is safe. 
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