‘It became clear to me that I needed to do something that left a message, that it resonated, that it was more than a piece of art; it actually told a story.’
Doyle Potenteau is a journalist whose writing career began in 1989. During the past 31 years, he has worked at several newspapers, including 17 years at The Daily Courier in Kelowna, B.C., where he worked up the editorial ladder from sports writer to managing editor.
In his spare time, he enjoys recreational activities such as skiing, golf and baseball, along with the frustrating, yet ultimately satisfying joy of working on automobiles.
A developer wants to build a five-storey apartment building in Midway, which is higher than the village’s three-storey limit.
The clinic will run June 22-24 at Kelowna Secondary School, 1079 Raymer Avenue, from 1 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Governments have turned to maternity pens, captive breeding and killing hundreds of wolves in an effort to keep caribou around.
Organizers say this year’s event has been cancelled because of a meat shortage.
Police say Dereck Donald Sears has been charged in the Thursday death of Darren Middleton, and that he’s in custody.
Police say first-degree murder charges were approved Friday against Anthony Graham, 35, of Penticton, and Wade Cudmore, 32, of Naramata.
The 58-year-old woman from Kimberley says she was treated in hospital and released, but is still having trouble walking.
Police say the suspect reportedly forced the pair out of the vehicle, took a number of personal items and allegedly stole their vehicle before later abandoning it.
Two trapped people were extricated from an overturned pickup truck along Highway 6 in the North Okanagan on Thursday evening.
Tomby Court in Kelowna’s Lower Mission neighbourhood was closed to traffic after police swarmed a home.
The passerby said he was riding his motorcycle when he noticed smoke and quickly pulled over to help.
The Vancouver-raised star hopes more adventures are on the horizon, now that he’s had his first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
The report, titled ‘B.C. Check-Up: Live’ focuses on demographic and affordability trends across the province.
Ronald Ignace is a former Kukpi7 of the Skeetchestn Indian Band, which is located around a half-hour east of Cache Creek.