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Kelowna airport plans multi-million dollar upgrades

KELOWNA – Plans for future growth are taking off at the Kelowna International Airport. Over 1.6 million passengers passed through YLW last year.

“The airport itself has reached its capacity,” says Phillip Elchitz, airport development manager. 272 more words

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Okanagan college may start charging tuition for more courses

KELOWNA – The Board of Governors at Okanagan College has balanced the books for the upcoming fiscal year passing a $94.95 million operating budget.  While the budget included provision for increased tuition revenue, some courses currently offered at no charge may be subject to tuition fees in the future. 232 more words

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City of Kelowna gets into spring and Easter mode

KELOWNA – Washrooms in City of Kelowna parks will open up for the season starting April 1. The only exception is the washroom located at Hot Sands Beach in City Park.   241 more words

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B.C. launches fight against invasive mussels

KELOWNA – The Provincial Government is pouring in $1.3 million  into a preventative program towards early detection and rapid response against invasive and potentially costly mussels. 309 more words

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Happy Monday

Hope everyone’s off to a fabulous start on this beautiful Monday morning, I’m Still feeling a little tired from the weekend, so I decided to GET MOTIVATED! 102 more words

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Kelowna farmers’ market stays put for 2015

KELOWNA – It’s good news for those wanting to keep a 20 year tradition alive. The outdoor version of the Kelowna Farmers’ and Crafters’ Market will be staying at its usual location at Springfield Road and Dilworth Drive, at least for now. 210 more words

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Three out of home after Kelowna townhouse fire

KELOWNA — An early morning townhouse fire in Kelowna is under investigation. Fire officials were called to the complex in the 100 block of Kneller Road just after midnight Sunday. 92 more words

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