Editorial

EDITORIAL: Vernon plans are blueprints, not written in stone

Hesitation continues over transportation and parks plan

STUDY: Could snow reduce need for air conditioning?

Study at UBC Okanagan says it could be beneficial to store snow and then use to cool buildings

EDITORIAL: GVAC must make decision

Committee not deciding how to handle field conditions for the 55+ BC Games, which will be held here in September 2017

Okanagan and Splatsin vigil sends strong message

EDITORIAL: Moving ceremonies were held by the Okanagan and Splatsin bands Tuesday

Winn Rentals in Kelowna urging construction industry to back rail trail

With donations in the month of October being matched by donours, Brad Gretzinger says the time is now to support the trail

EDITORIAL: Boat moorage rules required

Okanagan Lake is an iconic symbol of the valley, but it’s becoming a parking lot

Cabinet ministers must respond

EDITORIAL: Failing of bureaucracy a hot topic at UBCM convention in Victoria

Kelowna-based Get In The Loop purchases Smart Betty

Acquisition by tech company will see two discount services combined into one, expanding GetintheLoop Marketing

New tool to help Okanagan fruit growers deal with pest management

Decision Aid System (DAS) is a web-based platform designed to transfer time-sensitive information on pest management to orchardists

Eight Lake Country teens to hospital after single vehicle rollover on Postill Lake Road

Saturday crash sees varying degree of injury from minor to serious, however all believed to be non-life threatening in nature.

Points system makes no sense

EDITORIAL: Lumby isn’t alone in its fight for health care, with just one doctor serving the entire region.

Start time earlier for Lake Country school zone

School zone start times have officially been moved 30 minutes earlier in the District of Lake Country

Big agrifood conference coming to Kelowna

B.C. Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick says he wants to see new ways to develop, strengthen and build the sector.

EDITORIAL: Timber must equal jobs

B.C.’s provincial government brags a lot about how it’s creating jobs and supporting rural communities...

RCMP’s annual Cops For Kids Ride set to push off Friday

The 10-day ride will pass through 18 communities in the southern B.C. Interior, raising money for sick kids.

EDITORIAL: Libraries keep up with the times

Society is increasingly tied to electronic devices and that has led some to predict the demise of the local library

EDITORIAL: Westside fire serves as a reminder

The hot temperatures have finally arrived and that also means wildfire season is also here

EDITORIAL: Social issues require action

Now is the time for the provincial and federal governments to take action

EDITORIAL: MLA salaries create debate

There will be some quite envious of the cold, hard cash our elected representatives in Victoria are taking home

Time to celebrate the Olympics

EDITORIAL: Olympic Games about pride and inspiration – and that’s worth saving