Local News

OKIB to screen top Canadian movie free

The Grizzlies is being presented free at the Head of the Lake Hall Thursday at 7 p.m.

Smoky haze over Okanagan-Shuswap from Alberta wildfire

Smoke expected to roll out as cooler temperatures move in

Vernon military tattoo seeks video sponsorship

You can vote to help Okanagan Military Tattoo win a chance to make video on how tattoo began

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Vintage Car Club of Canada North Okanagan 25th annual Father's Day Show
Rally outside Vernon court to protest Christmans owning animals
Vintage Car Club Show
Vernon council hosts town hall meeting on downtown problems

Handgun mail-order arrest has Armstrong tie

RCMP in Armstrong and North Vancouver collaborate on case which leads to arrest

Vernon’s history in pictures

Today, a look at water being poured on Vernon’s new airport runway in the late 1940s

Vernon man arrested for allegedly driving while impaired after collision with pedestrian

The incident took place around 9 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of 30th Avenue and 32nd Street.

Accident in Vernon’s north end slows traffic

Two-vehicle incident at 27th Street and Anderson Way

Man allegedly taking photos of woman in Lake Country a misunderstanding

Suspicious residents put each other on edge, both report to police

Vernon SPCA successful in having city update animal welfare bylaw

Council updates bylaw to the delight of the local BC SPCA branch

Vernon weeds out safety issues

Weed work is performed three times a year

Vernon’s Salvation Army stung by theft

Thieves take pair of batteries from Sally Ann’s new food recovery truck

Vernon Cultural Centre plans move forward

Through a successful referendum in October 2018, the community supported the borrowing of up to $25 million to fund a portion of the proposed $40 million Cultural Centre.

JCI Vernon tops in BC/Yukon region

Wins Chapter of the Year, as well as three individual honours, at regional event in Cranbrook

Okanagan-Shuswap weather: sun and warm temperatures continue

Environment Canada is calling for heat throughout the Okanagan this week.

Vernon doles out discretionary grants

Eight groups out of 26 applications will split more than $25,000; some notables were left out

Sky lanterns prohibited in Vernon

Anyone caught responsible for starting wildfires can be fined, such as Cache Creek man

Vernon council bringing back rejected cannabis retail application

Application for store in 2800 block of 35th Street downtown to get second look

Cars broken into at Vernon soccer field

Players and families reminded to lock vehicles at Marshall Field and don’t leave valuables in car

Vernon council sets town hall meeting on downtown issues

Meeting will be from 6 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, June 4, at Vernon Rec Centre auditorium

Armstrong gas station robbed

RCMP seek suspect from Esso robbery