Local News

Inmate suing Okanagan Correctional over alleged assault

Inmate claims an officer grabbed him by the throat and threw him onto the bed

Woman faces second impaired driving charge

Vernon woman came in to deal with first charge from May when a strong odour of liquor was detected

  • Nov 23rd, 2017

Indigenous hockey legend skates through Oliver

Multiple record-holder Reggie Leach attended an event honouring old Indigenous hockey players

Vernon School District catchment changes approved

Boundary changes have been made to help capacity challenges at a Vernon elementary school

Okanagan couple reunited with stolen camera day after Mounties release pictures

A local couple will soon be reunited with some stolen property.

Winning Lotto 6/49 purchased in Kelowna

Some lucky man or woman purchased a winning 6/49 ticket in Kelowna.

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          Library adds to security

          Vernon and Kelowna ORL branches to see heightened security following a number of incidents

          Snow warning for the Coquihalla

          Driving through highway passes will require some extra caution today.

          Penticton Indian Band selects five new councillors

          PIB aiming for internal reconciliation after by-election

          New media officer for Vernon-North Okanagan RCMP

          Const. Kelly Brett was raised in the Vernon area, and is a 10-year veteran of the force

          North Okanagan-Shuswap School District faces capacity challenges

          Space and capacity challenges highlighted at district school board of education meeting in Armstrong

          One person sent to hospital after fire near Keremeos

          Fire ripped through a shed and Winnebego at Sunkatchers RV Park Co-operative

          Addiction prevention highlighted in panel

          The panel and resource fair runs at the Vernon Recretion Centre auditorium Nov. 23

          Central Okanagan needs to develop shared vision when it involves mental health

          A Lake Country resident presented her project about mental health and substance use

          Kids, the great outdoors and technology

          UBCO study says send your kids outside but let them take their electronic devices

          Penticton man fights to stay in Canada, keep life-saving health care

          If Kris Reyes is denied permanent residency, the cost of his dialysis would run too high to keep up

          Alleged assault of officer lands man in jail

          Vernon man facing numerous charges

          • Nov 22nd, 2017

          Making the case for and against a $15 per hour minimum wage in B.C.

          Fair Wages Commission hears both sides during a stop in Kelowna

          Fintry Queen still looking for a home

          Fintry Queen owner wants the tourist vessel in the Penticton Parks and Rec master plan discussions

          Summerland business provides cannabidiol products

          Products contain medical benefits of cannabis, but with no psychoactive properties