Jaimie Kehler is a web writer, producer and broadcaster based in Kelowna, B.C. She has also worked for CBC News in Toronto and Ottawa. To contact her with a story, email email@example.com.
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Revelstoke, B.C., scrambles to create staff housing amid low-vacancy crunch
The city of Revelstoke is working to create housing for businesses that can't find workers due to the city's low-vacancy rate.
90-year-old Kelowna woman attends more than 4,400 aquafit classes
Beatrice Ingram has been attending three aquafit classes a week for 37 years and has been asked to teach the classes.
Alleged voyeur peers up woman's skirt in Kelowna bookstore
Police in Kelowna are releasing surveillance photos after an unknown man allegedly looked up a woman's skirt in a Chapters bookstore.
Kelowna musician writes song protesting new busking bylaws
A Kelowna musician has written a protest song condemning new restrictions imposed on downtown buskers. City council recently approved changes to its busking and panhandling bylaws.
'The water keeps rising': South Okanagan community fights off floods
Regional district officials declare a local state of emergency following flooding in the area of Willowbrook, south of Okanagan Falls, B.C.
12-metre tree root pulled from B.C. storm drain
When a storm drain backed up in Osoyoos, B.C., over the weekend, a 12-metre tree root was the last thing crews expected to find.
Police investigate after body found in vehicle in Kelowna's Myra Canyon area
RCMP are investigating what they call the sudden death of a 54-year-old man whose body was found in a vehicle in rural Kelowna.
Deadly fall claims construction worker on the job in Penticton, B.C.
RCMP say a 59-year-old man is dead after he fell from a structure on a residential construction site in Penticton, B.C.
Local flooding prompts state of emergency in Armstrong, B.C.
A North Okanagan community has issued a state of local emergency after a night of heavy rain and flooding.
Kelowna woman blames developer for 'swimming pool of water' in her house
A Kelowna, B.C., woman blames a developer who cut down 'hundreds of trees' for leaving her property at risk of spring runoff and flooding.