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Rock layer can be seen along the highway at Sumac Ridge cut

These unique geologic phenomena are lava bombs, fondly called cannonballs. These cannonballs…

BC SPCA looking at Okanagan for wildlife rehab centre

Community support is needed to get the project going

Vernon skilled trades students receive new tool donation

Armstrong Regional Cooperative donated $5,000 to the new Trades Training Centre to purchase tools for the students.

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PHOTOS: Dog 'O' Pogo Agility
Vernon teen builds motorized bike
Happy April Fool's Day
Safari Jeff visits Vernon

Coffee and questions session helps Enderby caregivers live well with dementia

Alzheimer Society of B.C. brings coffee talk to North Okanagan

Armstrong tack sale reins in club support

BC Interior Morgan Horse Club fundraiser Saturday at Armstrong Curling Club

Vernon CMHA course aims to help people feel happier

“Classes would benefit those who feel like they are being less social and are experiencing a decline in the quality of their relationships.”

PHOTOS: Kin Beach Graffiti causes community stir

RCMP ask that incidents like graffiti be reported via their non-emergency services.

Dorothy brings love and companionship to Okanagan centre

Dorothy “the comfort cat” has been bringing joy to Haven Hill for over a decade

SilverStar’s Seismic Spring Festival already a success

The 10-day festival continues this week and weekend at Silver Star Mountain Resort.

4th annual Multicultural Community Champions announced

The goal of the Multicultural Community Champion program is to celebrate multiculturalism and show how diversity strengthens our community by highlighting the contributions of local residents.

Fundraiser supports Tanzanian children in need

A fundraiser for The Olive Branch for Children is April 17 at the Schubert Centre

  • Mar 26, 2019

Total hogwash: Mr. Banks gives Okanagan cars a piggy polish

Mr. Banks, who lives on the Critteraid farm in the Okanagan, was offering the service on the weekend

Vernon eco-friendly home tour builds support for students

Canadian Federation of University Women host fifth annual fundraiser

Video: Shuswap home to thriving community of beekeepers

Apiary operators share details about how they keep their hives healthy

Ice climbers scale Canada’s tallest waterfall on Vancouver Island

Ice climbers Chris Jensen, Will Gadd and Peter Hoang made history

Vernon embraces LGBTQ/2S community

“We have had lots of engagement and we’ve had over 300 individuals that we’ve been in touch with over the last year.”

Coldstream celebrates spring with Easter egg hunt

The family-friendly event takes place Mackie Lake House Saturday, April 20 at 10 a.m.

Vernon photographer captures emotion

It was when Davis Ross moved to Vernon that he said his passion for photography was ignited.

Vernon-based artist’s work featured at Kelowna airport

David Wilson Sookinakin’s Water Travels a Cycle will be featured at the departure gates

AquaVan comes to Okanagan Science Centre

200-litre mobile touch tank allows you to get up-close with marine invertebrates