Editorial

Jester’s service speaks volumes

Monday marks Family Day, as well as Vernon Winter Carnival jester jopo's 50th birthday

EDITORIAL: Council sets the tone for four years

All council meetings are important but Monday’s will be particularly critical for those who sit around the table in Vernon.

Getting started on the right foot

EDITORIAL: The changing of the calendar on the wall brings the promise of a new beginning

Culture, sports key to new year

EDITORIAL: Akbal Mund has only been Vernon’s mayor for a month but he appears to have a good grasp of one major issue

EDITORIAL: Splatsin leading the way

Rail corridor from Spallumcheen to Sicamous back on table thanks to Splatsin Band

EDITORIAL: Take time to enjoy season’s greetings

It’s now time to make sure you slow down enough to enjoy the most wonderful time of the year

Regional district is for everyone

EDITORIAL: It wasn’t a surprise that rural Lumby director Rick Fairbairn was elected chairperson of the Regional District of North Okanagan

EDITORIAL: Spotlight will shine again

The memories and the impact of a month-long stay in Enderby from Hollywood will leave a legacy for a much longer period of time

EDITORIAL: Mission crisis requires support

There’s been a very visible reminder of how great the North Okanagan really is

Poppy honours the ultimate sacrifices

EDITORIAL: This Remembrance Day felt a little different than years past

EDITORIAL: Conflict must be avoided in Cherryville

B.C. Timber Sales could certainly use some advice when it comes to avoiding conflict

EDITORIAL: Cultural plan a good start

Committee members don’t hide the fact that the plan could finally pave the way for a new art gallery and museum to be addressed

EDITORIAL: Social policy is critical in B.C.

Social issues are broad-based and impact everyone in the North Okanagan

EDITORIAL: Rallying to kick cancer’s butt

The number of women, and men, who are surviving breast cancer is only growing.

EDITORAL: Film a boon for local region

Word comes from Enderby that shooting on a major movie could begin in Enderby and other North Okanagan locations as soon as Nov. 10

EDITORIAL: Consider standing up for others

The candidates are beginning to step up and we applaud them one and all

EDITORIAL: There must be a better way

With the teachers’ strike looking like it is finally coming to an end, the question needs to be asked: What next?

EDITORIAL: Agency ignores Cherryville concers

B.C. Timber Sales moving ahead with contract for road construction on Cherry Ridge despite Cherryville residents' concerns

EDITORIAL: Both sides are to blame

It seems quite likely there will be no kindergarten, elementary or secondary school classes into the foreseeable future

EDITORIAL: Tough but right call on Hurlburt

We love our heritage in Vernon and in a perfect world, we’d be able to keep things forever