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Car crash on hwy 97 closes lanes

Officers are directing traffic around the incident that closed lanes heading toward Armstrong.

Yellow Vest movement rallied in Vernon Saturday

Protesters took to the steps of the Vernon courthouse Saturday.

Homeless Partners’ hosts Christmas Wishlist project

This local initiative aims to create a connection between the homeless and the community during the holiday season.

Coldstream paddleboarder qualifies for 2019 PanAm games in Peru

Lina Augaitis came third at the Pan American Surfing Games and was the only Canadian to medal at the competition.

Cherryville business owner overcomes the odds

After prison, Darcy Lacombe found community futures and now runs a successful landscaping business in Cherryville.

Royal York Golf Course to close fairways after 2019 season

N&T Properties, an Okanagan-based company, has purchased the space.

Vernon candlelight vigil honours women who have experienced violence

Candles and long-stem red roses were carried around campus as a sign of remembrance.

Concerned Enderby citizens confront city council on crime

About 25 residents attended Monday’s meeting to discuss recent increases in crime rates.

Vernon says goodbye to historic building

Locals who took part in some of its most historic events weigh in about the demolition of Vernon’s Civic Arena.

Canada Games torch visits Vernon

The torch relay will visit a total of 48 communities before ending in Red Deer for the 2019 Canada Games in February.

Vernon’s Together For Christmas team held a baking bee Saturday for annual event

Together For Christmas takes place at 4 p.m. Christmas day at St. James School.

Vernon fundraisers help local family battling throat cancer

Jennifer Burton raised over $5,300 for her brother-in-law through massage fundraiser last weekend.

8-year-old Armstrong artist helps rebrand business

‘Flip’ the cartoon frog can now be spotted on promotional signs for Webb-Doucette Real Estate.

UPDATE: Vernon RCMP block road near found mortar

Vernon North Okanagan RCMP are on the scene for a live mortar that has been located.

Vernon Winter Farmer’s Market kicked off Friday

The market will take place every Friday from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Kal Tire Place.

Vernon woman launches fundraiser for Mexican orphanage

“I really wanted to help because when I was young and growing up in Mexico, I didn’t have any food either.”

Pressure builds for B.C. to recognize physicians assistants

“We can make a difference and I think we’re being overlooked.”

After fire, Spallumcheen ranch hopes to rebuild

“We lost over 10 years of work in one night.”

MP Mary Ng talks exports at Vernon Chamber event

Minister Ng was appointed Minister of Small Business and Export Promotion in July 2018.