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Pinaus Lake Resort, near Falkland, has announced it will be closed indefinitely.
Council has decided the Not The Way I Hear It mural will stay on the side of Enderby city hall
Bill hopes to remove GST from being levied on the carbon tax
Two 16-year-old boys were stranded on a rock cliff along the Okanagan Rail Trail at about 3 p.m. Monday
A man in his 50s went out for a walk Thursday and when he didn’t return to where he was visiting, he was reported missing
The regional district’s goal is to find comon ground over possible boat mamagement
North Okanagan-Shuswap trustee raises some concerns about days off
Fire department is planning for Canada Day fireworks
Students could leave M.V. Beattie and move to A.L. Fortune Secondary
Parkview Elementary will be kindergarten to Grade 6 and Eagle River Secondary will be Grade 7 to 12 starting in September.
Upgrades will occur on Spallumcheen’s Pleasant Valley Road while a grant will benefit a Vernon community garden
Barry Dorval, a teacher, will represent the NDP in Vernon-Monashee
More than 2,100 athletes, coaches, managers, and officials will participate in about 19 sports in 2022.
About 15 to 20 deaths have been linked to the opioid in the last six months
Motorists urged to slow down in Okanagan, Similkameen and Shuswap regions
On Monday, council adopted a bylaw that prevent retail marijuana sales within certain zones
Council is moving ahead with regulations that would govern retail marijuana sales
Enderby Preschool hopes to have expanded facility read for September
Residents in part of Spallumcheen are questioning the integrity of their water source
Lisa Raitt spoke to about 50 people at Vernon's Schubert Centre Friday