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Harris Creek wildfire now held

BC Wildfire posted on Sunday that they no longer expect the wildfire to grow beyond its perimeter.

Air quality statement issued for Okanagan despite clearer conditions

Don’t let the relatively clear skies in the region fool you.

VIDEO: Foggy mountain morning in the Okanagan

Vernon photographer Eric Draht was inspired by the rolling fog over the area Friday morning.

VIDEO: Post-surgery monologue comedy gold

If you’ve ever had surgery with anaesthetic you know the coming out of it process can be a treat.

Child dies in boating accident on Kal Lake

A North Vancouver family was boating on Kal Lake when the incident occured

Wildfires converge near Mabel Lake in Lumby

Area restrictions expanded in Lumby and Cherryville

Camp site, road closed due to Mabel Creek wildfire

Sugar Lake site also closed as Lumby and Cherryville fires grow

Get a-mazed at O’Keefe

Ranch corn maze now open daily until September

Increased fire behaviour in North Okanagan

Several active wildfires burning out of control

Heat wave sparks North Okanagan wildfire growth

The Lumby area has four fires of note.

Vernon-region wildfires grew on Monday

The Harris Creek fire burning approximately 16 km southeast of Lumby has grown to 260 hectares.

Small blaze reported east of Vernon

A new wildfire was reported by BC Wildfire Service near Sugar Lake Road

Police track stolen vehicle to Silver Star Resort

The RCMP Air Services unit was called in Wednesday to track suspected car thieves.

UPDATE: New fire spotted at Whip Creek

A small fire has sparked in the Whip Creek area approximately 12 km east of Kingfisher.

VIDEO: Castlegar hosts emotional vigil for Humboldt Broncos

More than 600 people came out to show support for the victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus accident.

John White: We need more than a bandage for this wound

It does nothing to address the lack of actual ambulances in the West Kootenay.

STARS could work in B.C. in time

Experts say it would take a significant political push and a hybrid approach to launch STARS in B.C.

LGBTQ health disparity study in B.C. leads to surprise finding

Suicidal thoughts and attempts go down by half for straight males in schools with GSAs.