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Three structures burn in Spallumcheen

Three structures on the property were engulfed in flames upon officer’s arrival.

VIDEO: Vernon Farmers’ Market bustles at rec centre

It may have moved indoors for the season but the Vernon Farmers’ Market was no less dynamic.

Vernon RCMP investigating assault on taxi driver

RCMP were called to assist a taxi driver who had just been assaulted by a female passenger.

Rotating postal strike hits the Okanagan

Pickets went up in Vernon, Penticton and Summerland as part of the rotating postal service strike

UPDATE: Vernon house fire contained, family not at home

Firefighters have knocked down a house fire at 7400 Pleasant Valley Road.

Cumming wins Vernon mayor’s chair

‘I felt pretty good about the campaign right from the beginning.’

LIVE BLOG: Cumming wins

Follow this post for comprehensive coverage on the mayor, council, school board and more

Civic Arena demolition hits high gear

The front of the addition came down in pieces at the deft controls of the excavator operator.

ELECTION DAY: Polls are closed

Vernon voters were out in force at midday to elect a new mayor, council, school board and more.

Live election results tonight after 8 p.m.

We will be providing features and coverage of breaking news and results after the polls close.

Letter: Armstrong doing just fine

I take exception to Velma Berkholtz letter of Oct. 10, 2018.

UPDATE: Fire destroys home, shop off Westside Road

Home on Louie’s Lane destroyed in Wednesday night fire, along with shop; neighbouring home damaged

BOOMER TALK: Gloria and I

Apparently, I’m old (according to trashy fake news magazines). Who knew?

Vernon crowds thankful for Monday Farmers’ Market

Fall colours were evident in both the produce on display and the attire of attendees.

Social in memory of Tosh Oizumi donates $2,500 to Cancer Centre

The main objective was to remember and to raise funds for the McMurtry Baerg Cancer Centre.

Morrow announces run for Vernon council seat

Vernon businessman Joe Morrow has declared a run for a seat on Vernon council.

IPE numbers dip from record year

Smoky conditions may have kept some from attending the Interior Provincial Exhibition in Armstrong.

Vernon students go back to class Wednesday

Vernon students in the SD22 school division head back to class on Wednesday.

VIDEO: Last long-weekend Vernon Farmers’ Market of the summer wraps up

The Labour Day/Ready For School event went today until 1 p.m. at Kal Tire Place.

Harris Creek wildfire now held

BC Wildfire posted on Sunday that they no longer expect the wildfire to grow beyond its perimeter.