Editorial

EDITORIAL: To connect or not to connect

Mike de Jong is a Renaissance man. In an odd, back-to-the-future kind of way

EDITORIAL: Do your part for Lumby

After much fanfare, we can now start voting for Lumby and its attempt to be named Kraft Hockeyville

EDITORIAL: School closure deferral necessary

A decision to hold off potentially closing Armstrong Elementary was the right move

EDITORIAL: We must protect our pets

We owe it to our pets to take good care of them, and to ensure that the industries that supply us with pets are being watched.

EDITORIAL: Poverty must be addressed

According to the B.C. Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition, one in five B.C. children live in poverty

EDITORIAL: Three cheers for the volunteers

B.C. Winter Games get underway in Penticton, but not without thousands of volunteers

EDITORIAL: Free ride must end with film sector

Everyone talks about economic development and the need to generate revenue locally, but no one wants to pay for it

EDITORIAL: Decision a life saver

Indications that the province of British Columbia will allow firefighters to carry naloxone, also known as Narcan, is welcome

EDITORIAL: Carnival set to lift spirits again

The Vernon Winter Carnival is coming along just at the right time once again

Ottawa must take quick action

EDITORIAL: The last thing Canadians likely wanted to know about their government is that it discriminates

EDITORIAL: Where is Greg Kyllo?

Obviously there is considerable anxiety in Armstrong, Enderby, Grindrod and Spallumcheen over the future of education

EDITORIAL: It’s time to make it happen

All those good intentions and resolutions set out at the beginning of the month are likely already in jeopardy

Patience runs thin over track dispute

EDITORIAL: The bickering over Kin Race Track is similar to flogging a dead horse

EDITORIAL: Lumby will need our support

Pat Duke Memorial Arena has seen better days, therefore all urged to support Lumby in bid for Hockeyville

Gallery can’t be ignored any longer

EDITORIAL: Greater Vernon politicians should be ashamed of the state of culture in the community

Happy new year and beyond

EDITORIAL: Out with the old and in with the new, it’s time to celebrate all that was 2015 and pledge to make 2016 even better

A new era awaits

EDITORIAL: journey to reach the final report of the Truth and Reconciliation commission shouldn’t be considered the end of the trail

Local agencies need support

EDITORIAL: We’re in the midst of the season for giving but two high-profile organizations are struggling with their annual fundraisers

EDITORIAL: Sign saga serves a lesson

When it comes to public art, everyone’s a critic. Apparently the same goes for Welcome to Vernon signs...

EDITORIAL: Capital plan a solid decision

Vernon gives green light to a four-year capital implementation plan, and it will see $37 million pumped into all aspects of infrastructure