Brendan Shykora

City of Vernon to keep working with developers through COVID-19

City council has postponed its meeting schedule; variances, zoning applications on hold

From Zumba to ZOOM-ba: Vernon fitness studio moves classes online amid COVID-19

Soul Studio now offers a variety of public virtual fitness classes during self-isolation

Downtown Vernon rooftop fire quickly snuffed

Fire crews responded to 3100 block of 30th Avenue Thursday, March 26

Coldstream leaf drop-off cancelled due to COVID-19

RDNO diversion and disposal facilities still open; public asked to visit only when necessary

Pop-up shop hosts virtual reading series with Okanagan writers

Webinar series to donate portion of the proceeds to local arts non-profits

Lineups to lengthen at North Okanagan landfills

RDNO facilities are permitting a limited numberof customers at a time due to COVID-19 precautions

WATCH: Vernon crews respond to grass fire

Fire deemed a controlled burn, property owners on location supervising

Local states of emergency suspended as province co-ordinates COVID-19 efforts

The City of Armstrong and the Secwepemc Nation previously declared local states of emergency

WATCH: Black smoke visible in downtown Vernon

Fire crews respond to antique store in downtown core

Morning Start: The polio vaccine was unveiled 67 years ago today

Your morning start for Thursday, March 26, 2020

WATCH: Bagpiper’s tunes played from Vernon balcony amid self-isolation

Pipers around the community are playing together from a distance to bring cheer to community

COVID-19: Secwepemc Nation declares state of emergency

Band leaders have called on all governments to ensure members have equal access to health care

COVID-19: London Drugs dedicates shopping hour to first responders

Canadian retail chain requiring customer ID from 8-9 p.m. Monday to Saturday, 7 -8 p.m. Sunday

Vernon police up early to disarm man with knife

RCMP responded to a disturbance on Heritage Drive at 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 25

Charges move forward for two men connected to 2017 Vernon stabbing

A trial date for Jordan Kupser and Brennan Metlewsky has been set for Sept. 15, 2020

Vernon apparel company donating shirt profits to Upper Room Mission

Wild North Creations’ new line of shirts promote COVID-19 awareness; all profits go to the mission

Closed playgrounds among RDNO changes due to COVID-19

The district’s main office will be open by appointment only

Vernon bead artist helps sick children tell their story

Tara Steck was among the 2020 inductes into the Beads of Courage Hall of Fame

Aging cottonwood trees axed in Vernon’s Kin Beach Park

City of Vernon removed the large trees which have been “becoming a hazard during storm events”

First confirmed case of COVID-19 in Sun Peaks

Sun Peaks Mountain Resort Municipality says individual tested positive, is in self-isolation