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Vernon Winter Carnival LVIII one for the books

Carnival staff looking ahead to 60th anniversary

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Homeless poet sheds insight about street population
Vernon hockey tournament creates cross-border friendships
Earth Strike protested in Vernon
Man in custody after fatal suspected shooting in Vernon

Issues with street-entrenched people increase for Vernon business

Fisher’s Hardware rep leaves meeting, feels like discussion “beating the same old bush”

Winter weather welcomed by Okanagan icewine makers

Late harvests of ice wine grapes happened last week for wineries that left their grapes hanging

City temporarily suspends off-leash enforcement at Vernon park

Owner can let dogs run off-leash in select area of Marshall Field pending enviromental assessment

Vernon murder suspect awaits bail hearing

Richard William Fairgrieve will be in Vernon Law Courts next on March 4

Police tight-lipped on fatal Vernon shooting

RCMP not releasing further information on incident that left a man dead Friday

UPDATE: Date set for Sagmoen assault trial in Vernon

Curtis Wayne Sagmoen to stand trial on counts of assault and assault causing bodily harm in December

Candlelight vigil to be held for Oyama teen who died in crash

Derek Flowers-Johnson died in a car accident Friday

UPDATE: Okanagan man says security camera recorded suspicious footage before deadly fire

Firefighters were called to a residential house fire in Penticton during the early hours of Feb. 10

Vernon tournament creates cross-border friendships

Red tape forces California and Yellowknife teams to swap players at Vernon pee wee hockey event

Pleas to help with cold answered for Vernon’s Upper Room Mission

Community response to help provide warm clothes and goods ‘instant and amazing’

Vernon Winter Carnival wraps Sunday

Last day of 59th annual event features fun, frivolity, frost and freezing water

Vernon man travels world in 180 days

Breaking free from the confines of his basement and social anxiety, Logan Saunders has the travel bug

UPDATE: Man in custody after fatal shooting in Vernon

Police are holding a media briefing at 10:30 a.m.

North Okanagan election finances revealed

Who spent how much during 2018 municipal elections released by Elections BC

Vernon School District poster contest puts anti-bullying in the spotlight

Poster campaign looks to make anti-bullying a year-round topic