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North Okanagan landfills declining select items

Starting Jan. 1, no paper packaging, printed paper, aluminum and tin containers at RDNO facilities

Collaborating with First Nations in B.C. to combat climate change

Province, industry, Indigenous people seek new landscape management approach

Vernon RCMP superintendent collects B.C. award

Shawna Baher among more than 100 officers recognized in Victoria at Police Honours Night

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Pleasant Valley Road upgrade in Spallumcheen finishes
Sagmoen denied bail
Vernon remembers: Remembrance Day ceremony sees crowd
Rally at the Vernon Law Courts steps

SilverStar opens Saturday

Alpine Opening Delay comes to an end

Seeking shelter: B.C. mother can’t afford to stay and can’t afford to leave

Forced into early retirement, the housing options are limited

Free hospital parking won’t catch on in Okanagan

Interior Health not looking to follow the Surrey model for regional hospitals

Vernon suspect caught after bait car stolen

A Vernon offender took the ‘bait’ and attempted to steal a bait car Sunday.

Vernon man imprisoned for sex with minor

The accused’s name is being withheld to further protect the identity of the victim

Counsel obtained in alleged assault on Vernon officers case

Kyle Larue, 27, will appear next Dec. 13 to consult counsel

Downed hydro lines shut part of Highway 97

The incident took place north of Vernon between Westside Road and Grandview Flats Road N.

Vernon Montessori program seeks room to grow

Silver Star Elementary Montessori program hopes to expand to kindergarten, Grade 7

‘Hazardous’ winter storm forecast for Coquihalla between Merritt and Hope

Drivers are advised to prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating travel conditions

Your morning news in 90: Nov. 22, 2018

Tune in for 90 seconds to get the top headlines for the Okanagan, Shuswap and Similkameen.

Vernon committee looks to tackle school bus issues

A transportation committee began to take root at the Nov. 21 School District 22 meeting

Armstrong reminds residents of snow removal policy

City asks for vehicles to be cleared from streets when snow removal commences

Pressure builds for B.C. to recognize physicians assistants

“We can make a difference and I think we’re being overlooked.”

Spallumcheen major road project complete

Township marks completion of Pleasant Valley Road upgrades with small ceremony

Hearing adjourned for Vernon ‘prolific offender’

Sheldon Veness, 25, will appear next Dec. 6

Lake Country will get a new fire hall

Council allowed the district to borrow up to $6.6 million for the hall

Thief steals bike in Kelowna, then van in Lake Country

What started this morning in Kelowna has been traced to a theft in Lake Country