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Vernon’s best in business awarded for excellence

The Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce announced winners of this year’s Business Excellence Awards

Leashes, doggy bags mandatory after North Okanagan bylaw update

RDNO steps up dog bylaws to prevent people from stepping in it

Proposal for 30 affordable housing units in Vernon moves ahead

Vernon city council approved an early stage in the CMHA’s proposal at ther last meeting on Oct. 15

Local grocer to close doors in Vernon

Quality Greens is shutting up shop after 22 years

Vernon RCMP welcomes new media relations officer

Const. Jocelyn Noseworthy will serve in number of community volunteer organizations

Vernon man arrested with meat cleaver pleads not guilty to cop assault

Kyle Frances Larue allegedly assaulted RCMP with bear spray, meat cleaver

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Downtown Safeway says thanks
Mountie walks Rail Trail to raise PTSD awareness, funds
Early Years Centre to open in Lumby
Vernon power pole fire

Airport trips a breeze with Vernon shuttle service

Vernon company’s ‘customer-directed’ trips to YLW take the stress out of travel

Memorial remembers Vernon’s most marginalized

Prayers and flowers for those who have died on the streets

One year later: Vernon pot stores look back at legalization

Edibles made legal on first anniversary of recreational cannabis

WATCH: Downtown Vernon Safeway says thanks with lunch by donation

Employees, customers enjoy hamburgers, hot dogs and celebratory cake to mark closing after 54 years

Vernon RCMP looking for owner of ring

A wedding ring has gone unclaimed in the lost-and-found box for months

Vernon RCMP seek assistance in locating vehicle involved in hit and run

Vernon RCMP are searching for a grey sedan that struck a motorcycle on Oct. 8 at 48 Ave. and 24 St.

Great Vernon Pumpkin Race to star in South Korean documentary

Pumpkin Classic event to kick off this weekend with gourd weigh-ins

North-Okanagan Shuswap candidates spending little on Facebook

Social media platform posts what federal parties have paid to advertise

Okanagan College nursing students to make history in Thailand

Students to take on Vernon-born practicum overseas

Hunter receives tickets for having loaded rifles in vehicle near Falkland

The hunter’s two rifles were seized, and $230 violation tickets were issued for both

Bear cub shot dead, dumped on Lumby farm

The cub is thought to have been dropped at the property on Thanksgiving morning

Cannabis edibles, extracts legalized today in Canada

You can now legally purchase weed brownies!

Cinderella pop-up store helps Vernon grads, teens

Teens Count Too hosting fundraiser where graduation dresses and suits are available for purchase

Okanagan organizations team up to host outdoor-accessibility event

‘It’s important for anyone to be active’: TOTA spokeswoman