Business

Proposed public hearing on Armstrong golf course development postponed

Developer hopes to build 200 homes and shorten Royal York Golf Course; not ready to go to public yet

Vernon groups breathe sighs of relief following Community Futures cash

Organization offers relief funds to Elks Lodge and Canadian Mental Heath for operations

Third theft in a month from Lake Country business

Surveillance helping RCMP track down suspect

Vernon Chamber to recognize top businesses

Nominations open for business excellence awards, Now More Than Ever

Lake Country pub reopening

Turtle Bay Pub temporarily closed last week after COVID-19 concern

Vernon Starbucks outlet temporarily closed over COVID-19 concerns

Two employees exhibit symptoms at Anderson Way location; company puts protocol into action

Vernon innovation centre ready to roll

The View will be downtown Vernon centre that brings together innovators, entrepreneurs and creators

Vernon designated driving company calls it a night

Driving Hands shutting down after seven years of providing safe rides home due to pandemic

Vernon waterslides to set to reopen tomorrow

A number of pandemic procedures in place at Splashdown Vernon, formerly Atlantis Waterslides

Armstrong Spallumcheen chamber supports Big Spend

Mark Friday, July 25 on your calendar as a day to go out and help support local businesses

Armstrong golf course deal close to being finalized

Local group has conditional offer accepted; plans call for more houses and reducing course size

COVID-19 cancels 2 main Armstrong-Spallumcheen events

Community Excellence Awards, Citizen of the Year, cancelled for 2020; both to return in 2021

Vernon restaurant winging it with colour

Wings hosts colouring contests where child patrons can win gift certificates

Staff shortage closes Vernon pub

The Kal closes for at least one week due to COVID-19 related staffing challenges

Labour minister stands ground as B.C. business leaders demand temporary layoff extension

Temporary layoff time limits must be extended now, businesses tell Harry Bains

Vernon Salvation Army thrift store ready to reopen

‘We are excited to get back to business,’ says Lt. Stefan Reid

Summerland maple syrup store to reopen

Maple Roch will hold a reopening celebration on June 20

New relief fund aims to help North Okanagan small business and non-profits

The Regional Relief and Recovery Fund will be administered by the Community Foundation of North OK

Vernon restaurant bear returned safely after good time

Note accompanies return of Wings stuff bear who was taken and, allegedly, had a great time