Vernon Staff

West Kelowna cop involved in RCMP apology

West Kelowna’s top cop is involved in an RCMP apology – several years in the making.

Tom Cochrane’s highway still rolling through this mad, mad world

Zest for musical stories still powers Canadian songwriting icon as he launches 25th anniversary tour

Casino rallies for NONA project

Lake City Casinos has completed its one-year pledge to raise $10,000 for the North Okanagan Neurological Association

Maroons drive to Zone hoops title

The Fulton Maroons will host the Okanagan Valley Senior AA Boys Basketball Championships next week.

Butcher Boys show moxy

The North Okanagan Super Hockey League playoffs will feature 96 games in…

Vaping nixed at North Okanaga-Shuswap schools

The school district is adopting a prohibition on the use of vapour products at schools.

Denver high on Snakes’ Stapley

Brett Stapley averages approximately 24 minutes ice time a game with the…

B.C. government investigates PharmaNet breach

Premier ‘profoundly concerned’ after data of 7,500 people compromised

Murdered man remembered by friends

Man discoverd murdered in Kamloops last weekend

Driver’s charges upgraded to murder after fatal North Shuswap crash

Raymond Swann was originally charged with criminal negligence, now he faces second-degree murder.

U.S. ambassador ‘optimistic’ about softwood talks

Canada’s diplomat in Washington reports good cooperation on trade so far from Trump adminstration

  • Feb 16, 2017

Gun-toting man arrested at Salmon Arm bus station

The arrest went without incident and there was no danger posed to public safety.

Pre-election throne speech hints at tax cut by B.C. government

Pledge of ‘financial relief’ foreshadows changes in Feb. 21 budget

BC VIEWS: Election budget sets the stage

Battles over youth in care, mental health and addiction will dominate legislature

Family Day rally at Clark’s office

Rally due to review which found that most senior facilities do not meet minimal government standards

Tax credit offered for volunteer searchers, firefighters

Volunteers with 200 hours of service get a tax credit worth up to $150 a year

Mustangs roll into semifinal

PEE WEE HOCKEY: Vernon blasts Cochrane, Alta. 10-0 at 46th annual Coca-Classic Pee Wee Invitational

Premier apologizes for accusing NDP of hacking

Christy Clark said NDP hacked BC Liberal Party website, but private information was left unprotected

New BC Ferries CEO is veteran of service

Mark Collins takes over helm of Crown corporation from Mike Corrigan

Feather Fanciers

Residents flock to Feather Fancier Show at rec centre.