Editorial

Shots fired suspects released without charges

Four suspects arrested Tuesday in a shots fired incident at Polson Park have been released from custody without charges being laid

EDITORIAL: Ottawa hurting local ski sector

Ottawa’s over-reaction to abuse of the temporary foreign worker program could have a significant impact on the North Okanagan economy

Be safe over the holiday weekend

Between fires and fatalities, the local news has been dominated by devastating stories.

EDITORIAL: Court of public opinion counts

yet another instance of Harper’s increasing disconnect with the electorate

EDITORIAL: Make every drop count

The Okanagan Basin Water Board has re-launched its Okanagan WaterWise campaign

EDITORIAL: Ministry miffs locals with plans

So the provincial government essentially wants to pave the way for development in Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park.

EDITORIAL: Water use can be much better

The statements on the MakeWaterWork.ca website are alarming in themselves

EDITORIAL: Event swings up more than fun

They call it Funtastic for a reason – it’s the most fun you can have with your cleats on

EDITORIAL: Public must be bear aware

Bears are just doing what comes naturally when they wander out of the woods and into a residential neighbourhood.

EDITORIAL: Spam laws waste of time

What is really ludicrous is the federal government’s new anti-spam legislation, which takes effect on July 1

EDITORIAL: Blue box blues continue

Two weeks in and now residents across the North Okanagan have a taste of what the new recycling program is like

EDITORIAL: Trustees must consider options

It’s good to hear North Okanagan-Shuswap School District trustees will leave no stone unturned when it comes to cutting costs

EIDTORIAL: Today is mom’s day, period

Whether you’re four, 14 or 40, there’s one special lady who deserves thanks today: Mom

EDITORIAL: Support the RBC Cup in Vernon

The Excitement Returns - Vernon's time to shine during championships

EDITORIAL: Nitchie’s drive will be missed

Ryan Nitchie should serve as an inspiration to any young adult contemplating getting involved in politics

EDITORIAL: Recycling program creates problems

We’ll be a lot worse off under the province’s new producer-pay recycling system

Helping to make a better society

EDITORIAL: National Volunteer Week ends with a lot to be thankful for

EDITORIAL: Council should proceed carefully

Example of our participatory democracy is rank-and-file citizens rolling up their sleeves and providing skills and advice on critical issues

Marois went off message like Dix

Normally, elections in other provinces are of little interest to B.C. residents

EDIORIAL: Saying goodbye to the Civic

When it comes to the Civic Arena, it’s more than just a place where teams won and lost. That ice is made of memories