Vernon News Staff

Local alt. rockers drop new video

Two characters are unknowingly connected in their pursuit of self-fulfillment

RCMP pipe band returns to Okanagan Military Tattoo

The RCMP E Division Pipe Band returns to the Okanagan Military Tattoo July 29-30 at Kal Tire Place

Kalamalka Lake Road construction postponed

The exact length of the delay is unknown at this time

Evacuees register with Vernon ESS

City of Vernon Emergency Social Services registered 248 evacuees from areas affected by wildfires

Spoke literary festival returns to Vernon

Okanagan literary festival puts Vernon on the map with award-winning writers hosting workshops

VPAG announces upcoming exhibit

Music and art meet at the Vernon Public Art Gallery in Perfect Music: High Voltage

Dark jazzy grooves at Record City

SMG Endeavors presents Ghostly Hounds and Too Sense Thursday, July 20 at Record City

Okanagan home sales brisk

Despite fewer units moving, North Okanagan homes are selling faster and for…

Highland dancers swarm Silver Star

Silver Star witnessed a performance from the Piping Hot Summer Drummers and Highland Dancers

Burton Cummings Vernon show announced

He’s a true Canadian idol, having penned hits like American Woman and These Eyes with The Guess Who

Opera in the Park returns

Opera in the Park has paired with the North Okanagan Hospice Society with the goal of raising $5,000

Local warns against fraud

A local woman is warning canadians about a phone scam that has afflicted Canadians for years

A celebration of local artists

The general public is invited to the Midsummer’s Eve of the Arts auction preview opening reception

Haunting and authentic folk sounds at Record City

As the lights dim on the quaint Record City stage, the room is brought to life through music

Summer music series opener announced

Valley First Music in the Park announces that The Decoys will be opening for Music in the Park

Mama Mimosa adds colour to Caetani Capers

In celebration of Father’s Day, Mama Mimosa will share her flamboyant take on the Caetani story

Cod Gone Wild to release new album

It’s been a busy year of change and transition for Okanagan-based modern Celtic band Cod Gone Wild

Festival celebrates women in heavy metal

Heavy metal music is often viewed as a boys club. However, a new festival breaks down that barrier

Algae and debris found on Shuswap Lake

Reports of algae in the Canoe area of Shuswap Lake this morning are currently under investigation

North Okanagan home sales spike in May

Home sales across the region rose 15 per cent over last year with a volume increase of 12 per cent