Local News

Public safety focus of North Okanagan-Shuswap MP meeting

Mel Arnold co-hosts event with deputy shadow cabinet public safety minister Glen Motz

North Westside woman never harassed fire chief: B.C. Supreme Court

Community fire chief made complaint against resident; Supreme Court overturns court ruling

Okanagan Indian Band suing feds for access to clean water

Canadian government not serious about safe drinking water for First Nations communities, Chief says

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Okanagan Military Tattoo
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Okanagan Quality of Life Society's Heaven Can Wait II boat

Vernon mountain biking advocacy group wins provincial volunteer award

BC Parks recognizes North Okanagan Cycling Society for volunteer efforts

More downtime announced for Tolko Armstrong, Lumby divisions

High cost of logs, weak markets lead to downtime from Aug. 17 to Sept. 2

Alleged animal abusers now allowed four dogs

Carla Christman and Chelsea Beluse-Christman face multiple charges related to animal cruelty

Man that named Revelstoke Dam as potential terrorist target may be released

Former refugee Othman Ayad Hamdan may be released to Enderby while awaiting deportation

Arrrghh you going to White Spot for lunch in the Okanagan?

It’s the annual Pirate Pak Day with proceeds going to Zajac Ranch for Children

Vernon Tim Hortons makes autistic boy’s day: mother

All Matthew wanted was some chocolate-chip cookies after a hard day

Lumby motorcyclist seeks crash witnesses

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

Predator Ridge hosts second annual Summer Night Market

Bring the whole family to this unique experience

Armstrong’s property crime stands out in North Okanagan

Data from Statistics Canada shows Armstrong saw a property crime uptick in 2018

From Mexico to Vernon: motorcycle tour to finish in Okanagan

The 44th annual Three Flags Classic Morotcycle Tour will make its final stop in Vernon on Sept. 2

Overruled plea agreement means 426 days in jail for Okanagan woman

The woman’s crimes took place between the Vernon and Penticton area

Vernon businessman seeks help in identifying truck in hit in run

Two businesses were struck by a pickup truck Sunday afternoon

Enderby city and rural consider new swimming pool

Online survey asks public for input into potential new pool for the communities

Service is up and running for Lumby Telus customers

Some Lumby customers were without service after a cell site malfunctioned on Monday

Ottawa announces funding for Vernon youth advocacy centre

Oak Centre to receive $340,000 over 3 years to further its efforts to support abused youth