Brendan Shykora

Cops for Kids to pedal through Vernon Saturday afternoon

Supporters are encouraged to cheer on their local RCMP participants at 3:30 p.m.

Northern section of Okanagan Rail Trail to close for repairs

Erosion mitigation work will begin Monday and continue until mid-October

Creative thinkers wanted for North Okanagan hackathon

Talent-themed hackathon will take place at the VIEW in Vernon Oct. 29

Vernon police catch porch pirate

A 45-year-old Vernon woman faces charges of theft under $5,000, possession of stolen property

North Okanagan takes two wins in water challenge

Okanagan Basin Water Board campaign encourages communities to conserve water outdoors during summer

Activists to march in Vernon for changes to B.C. forestry legislation

The ‘forest march’ will begin at local MLA Eric Foster’s office Friday at 4 p.m.

Vernon artist draws new meanings from personal loss in debut book

In Leah’s Gift, Destanne Norris explores and re-frames her daughter’s death in 1995

Sale of downtown land approved for new Vernon cultural centre

City council approved the sale of Vernon Block land to RDNO for $2.47 million

Art chairs arrive in Okanagan communities

The fruits of a Lake Country ArtWalk project have turned up in a number of municipalities

No COVID-19 case at Kelowna’s GoodLife Fitness gym: Interior Health

Health authority says gym’s notification to members of employee’s positive test was premature

Work being done to restore Coldstream Creek’s natural habitat

Regional district removing legacy drinking water infrastructure abandoned more than 20 years ago

52 supportive housing units proposed in Westbank

A virtual information session on the BC Housing project is scheduled for Oct. 1

FunnyFest bringing laughs to The Roster in Vernon

Clips from the Sept. 19 event will be used to produce a documentary pitched to Netflix

Limited tickets at Lake Country’s Creekside Theatre on sale next week

Tickets will go on sale starting Sept. 15, capped at 50 per show due to COVID-19.

Wanted Vernon man in custody after trying to fight police dog

The 36-year-old man was taken into custody Thursday, Sept. 10

UPDATE: power restored after vehicle crash causes outage in North Okanagan

The outage affected morethan 3,000 customers from Armstrong to the west side of Okanagan Lake

Construction begins on new Lake Country business park

Project will make 300,000 square feet of new commercial building space available

Morning Start: Remember handshakes? They likely started off as a safety measure

Your morning start for Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020

Okanagan golf pros earn PGA of B.C. accolades

Professionals from two Vernon golf courses were recognized among the best in the Interior

Higher temperatures prompt special weather statement for Okanagan

An Environment Canada air quality statement also remains in effect due to smoke from U.S. wildfires