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Clinic closure in March 2016 at least gives medical practitioners and health leaders time to form an action plan
It still feels weird to be driving home from work in the dark
EDITORIAL: There’s been a lot written about the members of the new cabinet since they were sworn in
A seven-week-long project, which targeted auto theft, yielded countless recommended Criminal Code charges against several individuals
As war has changed in indescribable ways over the last century, the face of our Remembrance Day ceremonies is changing too
There was proof Wednesday night that bureaucracy can shift to address concerns.
EDITORIAL: Abbotsford recently had its knuckles rapped over its handling of homeless citizens
We put a man on the moon nearly half a century ago, we’ve cured diseases and we can watch TV on our phones
Obviously changes at the Enderby Food Bank are going to generate concerns among residents, and particularly those who rely on the service
EDITORIAL: Successful governments pay close attention to the lessons of history
It’s hard to overlook the frustration in a letter the Vernon Public Art Gallery has written to the Greater Vernon Advisory Committee
It’s an accomplishment the whole North Okanagan community can feel good about.
Gyula Kiss has not been appointed to a stakeholders committee determining the future of the local water utility.
EDITORIAL: Several local efforts are underway to ensure a basic need is met in our community
Classrooms changing with new teaching style IN THE PROVINCE
The Silver Stars brushed back Vernon Kal Tire 3-1 in Okanagan 55 Men’s Soccer League
EDITORIAL: Coaches, athletes, families and individuals are beaming over the fancy new park.
There has been some anxiety since word came in June that tenants at the Green Valley Motel would be evicted by Aug. 31
We say: Everyone can be part of the solution to end the scourge of impaired driving
Just because summer break is coming to a close, doesn't mean the tinder-dry conditions are going anywhere