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Vernon student off to UBCM with council

Cadence Taron, a Grade 12 student at Fulton Secondary, applied to attend annual convention

City of Vernon to develop Civic Arena site into park

Planning process approved by council; construction to start in 2020 or 2021

No costs as directed upsets Vernon councillor

Scott Anderson and council still waiting for as-directed costs on hiring private security firm

Vernon mayor lists two potential new sites for cultural centre

Victor Cumming said while old hotel site is preferred, old Civic Arena or Polson Park remain in play

Vernon garage fire quickly doused

Blaze breaks out inside Tronson Road garage with two vehicles in it; damage inside very minimal

Lumby pedalling toward bike park

Village and partners hope to create bike park on village property in near future

UPDATED: Power has returned in parts of Greater Vernon

Crews restore power to more than 5,000 customers after noon-hour outage

Armstrong looks for new city hall input

City will send a survey to residents in the fall asking for help on a new facility plan

NHL Hall of Famer skates with Vernon hockey group

Denis Savard, owner of four Stanley Cup rings, plays fun night with Vernon Pirahnas group

North Okanagan rodeo kids make continental impressions

Sisters from Falkland, Vernon cowboy, have top-10 finishes at Canadian and North American events

Lumby motorcyclist seeks crash witnesses

Man says there doesn’t seem to be a record of collision he was involved in

Coldstream swimmer primed for Peru

Jacob Brayshaw, 16, representing Canada in six events at the Parapan Am Games starting Aug. 23

Vernon businessmen cruising with e-ride electric vehicle rights

Pair look to a future where light industrial and commercial operations begin using e-vehicles

Vernon climate advocacy group founder does solo protest

Kieran Grandbois, 16, co-founded Earth Strike Vernon chapter with three friends; more action coming

Hero of Vernon hotel fire remembered 110 years later

Monument to Archie Hickling’s bravery and memory on Aug. 10, 1909 erected in Polson Park

Vernon ref making huge soccer strides

Cole Shoemaker taking part in Concacaf Program of Referee Excellence in Florida

Overflow crowd causes Spallumcheen hearing adjournment

Full house inside chambers for hearing on proposed adventure park; many more fill hallway

Vernon ALS champion dies

Murray Vatamaniuck raised thousands of dollars, along with awareness, after diagnosis

Okanagan book looks at 100 years of fruit farming

Think fruit farming has been easy and profitable for a century in the Valley? Think again

Vernon dialysis chairs campaign complete

Led by 93-year-old mom and grandmother Beryl Nerling, $60,000 raised provides 10 new chairs