Richard Rolke

UPDATED: Snowfall warning cancelled

As of Friday morning, there had been a snowfall warning in effect for the North Okanagan and Shuswap regions

Cannabis debate heats up

The Vernon Public Art Gallery will host a discussion on legalization of marijuana Thursday at 6 p.m.

Snow impacts traffic

It is slow going on many routes and particularly along 25th Avenue heading into Okanagan Landing

UPDATED: Vernon Transit shut down

Due to poor road conditions, the transit service is being impacted. check here for updates

BEYOND THE HEADLINES: No judgment calls

I was in my teens when word came that a 27-year-old relative…

Enderby urges ride-sharing

Council is writing to the government as part of the stakeholder consultation on modernizing passenger directed vehicle services

Lumby health care expands

B.C. Emergency Health Services is moving ahead with plans for a community paramedicine program in Lumby

Upper Room needs help

Mission seeking donations of gloves, toques and scarves

Winter chills Vernon infrastructure work

Plans for infrastructure projects are being revised because of the cold temperatures and snow on the ground

Vernon mayor apologizes after breathalyzer test

Akbal Mund received an immediate, three-day roadside prohibition and a $200 fine

Soccer fields trashed

Over the weekend, someone left the driveway at Marshall Field and drove across four soccer fields

Genereaux focus of awareness campaign

A group of women are distributing posters to gather information about Traci Genereaux, whose remains were found at a Silver Creek farm

School board input sought

The North Okanagan-Shuswap School District wants to know how many trustees it should have

Westshore water shut off

The Regional District of Central Okanagan advises some customers of the Westshore Estates Water System will be without water Monday

Vernon explains snow removal

The City of Vernon is clarifying how it tackles snow on local…

Vernon road closed

Crews will be working to install a culvert on Pottery Road, between 15th Street and Francis Road

Genereaux remembered fondly

Human remains found on a farm in Silver Creek are those of 18-year-old Traci Genereaux

Okanagan digs out after a snowstorm

Residents woke up Friday to snow blanketing the region and ice coating the roads

Cannabis sales worry rural officials

North Okanagan electoral areas debate marijuana sales

Lots of snow on Southern Interior highways

Snow expected to slow throughout Friday across the region