Hospital campaign lights up

Vernon Jubilee Hosptial Foundation’s 30th annual Light A Bulb Campaign kicked off

  • Nov 8th, 2017

JCI hosts alternative gift fair

Eighth annual event set for Saturday, Dec. 9, at Vernon’s Schubert Centre

Warm winter outer wear sought
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Queen Silver Star Debut and Fashion Show
    Halloween at Harwood
      Haunted house helps homeless

        Interior Health commits $2 million annually for First Nations elders care

        Initiative to benefit 4,450 elders across Southern Interior region.

        Spall sets Christmas, meeting schedules

        Township office will be closed Dec. 25-Jan.1; 2018 meeting schedule set

        • Nov 8th, 2017

        Santa needs volunteers

        Volunteers required at Santa’s Workshop in Enderby

        • Nov 8th, 2017

        U.S. ‘Pop-up Consulate’ coming to Kamloops

        The one-day session will provide American citizens access to many services, such as passport renewal

        ‘Offleashed’ in Kelowna

        The Kelowna BC SPCA raises more than $120,000 at the 10th annual gala

        Documentary examines Okanagan water conflicts

        Competing Okanagan Valley water users profiled in documentary

        Vernon UBC student shares personal connection with Passchendaele

        In 2014 UBC Okanagan student Brandon Taschuk walked the land at Passchendaele

        • Nov 7th, 2017

        Strapping in at the WFN

        West Kelowna - Car seats were donated to the WFN as part of a child safety initiative

        Queen Silver Star candidates make their debut

        Vernon royalty joins Little Miss Vernon Winter Carnival Princesses on stage

        Great pumpkin drop off…and then some

        The Warren Peace Bunny Sanctuary in Lake Country accepted hundreds of pumpkins

        Donations needed for Children’s Christmas Workshop

        Christmas pop-up shop provides children and young teens in need an opportunity to enjoy the feeling of giving.

        • Nov 6th, 2017

        Students participate in short story contest

        College and high school students invited to compete in three-hour short story contest

        Save power after Daylight Saving

        Remember to turn your clocks back an hour Sunday morning

        • Nov 3rd, 2017

        Kelowna schizophrenia branch could close

        Funding shortfall threatens viability of BC Schizophrenia Society branch office

        Film features Canada

        Horizon is a 20-minute film that places viewers in the centre of the action. It will be shown in Vernon Sunday

        • Nov 3rd, 2017