Richard Rolke

Fentanyl crisis declared by Shuswap Nation

About 15 to 20 deaths have been linked to the opioid in the last six months

Snow impacts driving conditions

Motorists urged to slow down in Okanagan, Similkameen and Shuswap regions

Governance study cost drives debate

North Westside residents may have to pay for regional district staff time for review

Coddling moth program finding success

Sterile Insect Release program in Kelowna and area working to control pests

Council pulls Airport Inn’s licence

Lake Country officials voted unanimously not to renew the business licence for the Airport Inn Lakeside

Candidate drops out of B.C. Fruit Growers race

Vernon's Jeet Dukhia will focus on B.C. Tree Fruits Co-op instead

MP shocked over killings at mosque

Mel Arnold says, "This is a cowardly act and it has no place in civilized society."

Short race possible for B.C. Fruit Growers

Jeet Dukhia is considering whether he will actually run against incumbent Fred Steele for BCFGA

Rail trail planning on track

Considerable work is occurring behind the scenes to develop the recreational corridor between Coldstream and Kelowna

Electronic sign gets green light

Lake Country council overturned a district staff recommendation and approved an electronic sign for A&W

Powder enthusiast grateful after rescue

Jordan Edgelow stayed overnight at Hunter's Range after being separated from friends

Snow biker rescued from Hunter’s Range

Search crews tackle deep snow and rough terrain between Enderby and Sicamous

Funding sought for North Westside governance study

The government will be asked for $20,000 for a study for the area from La Casa to Westshore Estates

Polar bear swim makes a splash in Oyama

An enthusiastic crowd turned out for the 2017 polar bear swim at Wood Lake

BEYOND THE HEADLINES: Mussels keep marching

The Okanagan could be next after mussel larvae was found in Montana

Dinosaurs roar in the Okanagan

Vernon’s Okanagan Science Centre will host Dinosaurs Unearthed from March 4 to Aug. 31.

North Westside study gets board blessing

Directors voted 9-2 to ask the Ministry of Community Development for a governance study

North Westside firefighters tackle flames to rescue pets

Two dogs died while one survived in the Lester Road incident Sunday

Lake Country starts work on municipal budget

The provisional budget calls for a 3.5 per cent tax increase, with 1.5 per cent going to road infrastructure.

Decision delayed on North Westside governance study

Regional District of Central Okanagan waiting for a report from staff