Roger Knox

Picket line up at Tolko plant near Lumby

United Steelworkers members began 24-hour rotating strike at 6 a.m. Monday

Rotating postal strike hits the Okanagan

Pickets went up in Vernon, Penticton and Summerland as part of the rotating postal service strike

Okanagan soldier kept silent on war experiences

Randell Crocker didn’t tell his family much about his five years in Europe in WW II

Okanagan mayoral candidate denied recount

Vernon’s fourth-place finisher felt 229 votes was too low

Missing memorial signs upset North Okanagan family

Signs erected in memory of popular Lumby teenager Cameron Wolfe have gone missing

Armstrong’s best grilled cheese sandwich is…

Four restaurants compete for Armstrong title ahead of annual cheese festival Nov. 3

Transport Canada to investigate B.C. plane stunt death

Canadian hip-hop artist killed allegedly filming video on wing of plane when things went wrong

Andrew Wilkinson discusses proportional representation in Okanagan

B.C. Liberal leader addresses Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce luncheon at Predator Ridge

Okanagan firefighter victim of theft while on-duty

Volunteer firefighter has wallet lifted from Enderby Fire Hall while out battling a fire

North Okanagan man suffers dog bites on Okanagan Rail Trail

Warning: Story contains photo of bloody leg; Man suffers multiple dog bites on Okanagan Rail Trail

Don’t feed birds in the parking lot

Vernon wildlife control services owner says feeding ducks and geese, or any wildlife, is bad

New political party holds an informational session in Vernon

Maxime Bernier’s The People’s Party of Canada draws about 2o interested patrons to Vernon pub.

B.C. curling cashspiel features world-class squads

Headlining the women’s field is 2018 Olympic bronze medalist Satsuki Fujisawa of Japan.

Okanagan’s oldest arena decommissioning begins

Vernon Civic Arena, which turned 80 in January, is slated for demolition

Vernon Council votes down shopping cart ban

Vernon’s street-entrenched population can keep their shopping carts.

Okanagan College builder fondly remembered

Coldstream’s Whitney Buggey, longtime college prof and community booster, died Aug. 27 at 79

Car strikes pole near busy North Okanagan fairground

Pedestrians and vehicles abound, making way to Armstrong’s 119th annual IPE, but only pole hit

Okanagan lake pier signs ignored

Two suffer significant injuries diving off dock at Kal Lake despite signs prohibiting activity

North Okanagan petition borrowing process approved for wastewater recovery centre

Regional district directors looking for cash for $37 million project

More than a dozen needles found at popular Vernon beach

Five were found by the popular children’s merry-go-round at the Kin Beach playground