B.C. school closes after six year old First Nation boy dies in Port Alberni home

The Port Alberni school will be closed the rest of the week following the death of a six-year-old

Groups share Games legacy funds

North Okanagan organizations receive cash, in-kind donations as a result of 2017 55+ BC Games

RCMP, teachers take action after spike in bullying at B.C. high school

RCMP and school safety experts have been called into Princeton Secondary School

National Defence Minister visits Vernon Poppy Project
Longtime VSS tradition underway
Rally for MMIW gathers at Vernon Law Courts
True Leaf Breaks Ground in Lumby

Dust settles in Vernon

Air advisory from Saturday ends due to recent rain

Cameras coming to Polson Park

City of Vernon votes to add 11 video surveillance cameras in park

Needles killer frightened many in our town: B.C. author

Roy Bugera disrupted life in a quiet Vancouver Island village before moving to Arrow Lakes

Advocate says universal child care long overdue in B.C.

Lynell Anderson says $1 billion child care investment positive first step

Former B.C. pastor, wife plead not guilty to sexual assault charges

Samuel and Madelaine Emerson plead not guilty, facing charges of sexual assault, threats

City seeks input on Parks DCC

Open house set for tonight, 5-7, at city hall

RCMP confirm charges against Sagmoen from 2013 assault in Maple Ridge

Sagmoen has now been charged with assault causing bodily harm.

  • Mar 14th, 2018

Beairsto intersection causes safety concerns

Beairsto PAC requests District supplied and funded crossing guard for 27th Street and 35th Avenue

Vernon gang members lose appeals

Trio of organization known as The Greeks unsuccessfully appeal murder convictions

Council changing meeting structure

Armstrong council to eliminate afternoon committee meetings in favour of night schedule

Trump says he made up facts about trade deficit in meeting with Trudeau

Trump told a fundraiser that after Trudeau told him the U.S. does not have a trade deficit with Canada, he replied, “Wrong, Justin, you do.

US, France, Germany blame Russia for UK nerve agent attack

The leaders said the use of a chemical weapon is “an assault on U.K. sovereignty” and “a breach of international law.”

Mueller witness is convicted pedophile with shadowy past

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team has spent the last 10 months investigating possible Trump-related wrongdoings

Syria marks 7 years of war; thousands leave besieged enclave

Turkey’s President hoped the Syrian town of Afrin would be encircled by its forces by Wednesday evening

A self-assured Putin seems confident of electoral victory

President Vladimir Putin seems self-assured and confident of victory in the election on Sunday, March 18.

B.C. city a test site for icy road indicators

Marker measures road temperatures and blue lights will flash when mercury dips below freezing