Every year, BC Children’s Hospital treats over 96 thousand kids from all parts of the province. A year and a half ago, one of those children was Quinn Harney from Vernon. Continue reading
Long-term watchers of Global Okanagan may recognize Kimberly as the former North Okanagan bureau reporter.
Following her stint at what was then CHBC, Kimberly moved to Cranbrook, where she began “On The Rocks Productions,” a video/editing company that allowed her to produce reports from the East Kootenay for the CTV network.
Kimberly is from Saskatchewan, and received her broadcast journalism training at Mt. Royal College in Calgary. She has worked in radio in Cranbrook, Saskatoon and Swift Current, as well as at CTV Lethbridge.
Over the years, Kimberly has enjoyed being part of several theatre companies, taking on various roles on stage and dabbling in film.
She is happy to continue her career at Global Okanagan as an anchor/producer.
The District of Lake Country put a protective berm in place, and the road was re-opened at 6 p.m. on Thursday evening. Continue reading →
The slide happened around 3:15 in the afternoon, sending rocks, mud, and debris all the way to the other side of the road. Continue reading →
The wind stirred up Okanagan Lake enough to cause turbidity issues near the system’s water intake. Continue reading →
He asked those that attend weekly protests that are happening in the city to respect their fellow citizens by wearing masks and keeping a safe physical distance from each other. Continue reading →
A picker shack on the property that was not being used was fully involved. Continue reading →
The Holiday Train is a fundraiser for food banks across the country. Continue reading →
Farmers in India are protesting new farm acts passed by the Indian parliament that will put an end to the guaranteed crop prices. Continue reading →
‘We brought supplies up and then we built it,’ said Mitchell Robertson, one of the three boys who set up the star. Continue reading →
When April Hughes woke up on Wednesday, she looked out the window and couldn’t see their Grinch, which had been sitting on a tractor seat in the front yard the night before. Continue reading →
The call came in around noon reporting a strange envelope had been discovered in the mailbox area of the lobby in an apartment building on Acadamy Way. Continue reading →
The charity supports children in the Okanagan, India and Nepal. Continue reading →
The possible exposure is limited to the pool area. Continue reading →
The BC Centre for Disease Control is also reporting a case of COVID-19 on a flight from Vancouver to Kelowna on Nov. 3. Continue reading →
An increase in overdose activity may involve the use of a dark pink or purple substance being sold as ‘down.’ Continue reading →