Editorial

Government touts Westside Road work

Millions spent over last eight years to improve what was once dubbed the worst road in B.C.

EDITORIAL: Vernon Winter Carnival heats up winter

In a fast-changing world, it’s reassuring to know that some traditions continue to thrive.

Green wins gold for Okanagan College

Two environmentally friendly Okanagan College projects took top honours at the recent Tommie Awards for new buildings.

Moon, Venus, Mars to appear in a triangle

All three will be visible Tuesday night in what astronomers call a "geocentric inferior conjunction."

Council accessible for hard of hearing

The District of Lake Country is pleased to announce the installation of the Auris Loop assistive listening system in the Municipal hall.

Teaching teachers how to code

UBCO in Kelowna will hold two days of workshops this week for teachers from around the Okanagan to learn about computer coding.

EDITORIAL: Mystery e-mail proves nothing

There’s no question that in a democracy, citizens have the ability to question their elected officials

Should 21 be the new legal age to smoke?

Kelowna residents weigh in on raising the legal age to smoke in B.C.

A deadly year: 156 fatally overdose in Interior

The B.C. Coroner's Service says the number of deaths, particularly from fentanyl, continues to rise.

Donation for Rail Trail

Telus donates $5,000 to the project to turn the former CN Rail corridor into a valley-long recreational trail.

Drone captures epic hockey game

The recent cold snap allowed for a perfect outdoor B.C. hockey game.

EDITORIAL: Wishes for a safe holiday for all

‘Tis the season for plenty of goodwill and cheer. But as tempting as it might be, try not to indulge too much in the latter.

EDITORIAL: Keeping local charities in mind

Tis the season.....well, for a lot of things when you pause to think about it for a few minutes

Lake Country’s Winter Blues Festival set for January

First ever blues event in Lake Country will feature ribs, blues and beer at the community complex

EDITORIAL: New life needed for groups

At one time, the Royal Canadian Legion was a very popular organization, boasting a healthy membership of dedicated men and women.

EDITORIAL: Drive delivers the goods

It’s the 39th annual Realtors Food Drive in Greater Vernon, Armstrong and Enderby and volunteers will be going door to door

EDITORIAL: Vernon council right to approve paved lot

Council goes against staff recommendation of gravel lot downtown at 30th Avenue and 29th Street, opting to pave it instead

Pink Floyd tribute band coming back to Okanagan

PIGS to play in Kelowna and Vernon early in the new year after sold out performances in July with their version of Animals

Vernon toursim numbers on record pace

EDITORIAL: Tourism statistics suggest Vernon and area is outpacing last year when it comes to hotel room stays and all the spinoff revenue

EDITORIAL: Vernon social issues require action

A report presented to Vernon city council Monday presents a bleak picture of the community