Roger Knox

VIDEO: Fatal crash nets jail sentence

Vernon woman pleads guilty to impaired driving causing death and impaired driving causing bodily harm

Health care concerns discussed

Vernon: NDP opposition leader John Horgan and health spokesperson, New Westminster NDP MLA Judy Darcy, host public forum

First-ever Silverback wins international tournament

A broken leg kept Vernon’s Andrew Ebbett out of the Spengler Cup international hockey tournament in 2015

Spallumcheen looking for new chief administrator

Corey Paiement tenders resignation to take a job, starting next month, with the Columbia Shuswap Regional District

Vernon-North Okanagan RCMP encourage motorists to drive with caution

Winter conditions a factor in more than 20 weekend accidents

Former Salmon Arm teacher faces more arson charges in Vernon

William Murray Phelps Munton is now facing 19 charges in connection with a series of fires between May 20 and Nov. 20, 2014.

Small earthquake shakes North Okanagan

Quake centred 14 kilometres east of Vernon; shakes homes and buildings from Vernon to Lumby...

Cause of Enderby brush fire under investigation

Enderby Fire Department, with help from Ranchero Deep Creek Fire Department and B.C. Wildfire Services, battled 1.5 hectare blaze Tuesday

Former teacher arrested for arson

A Vernon man and former Salmon Arm Secondary teacher, has been charged in connection with several 2014 arson cases

Bayes bowls game of his career

If Sheldon Bayes could, he’d bowl as much as possible on lanes 9 and 10.

Westminster win a dream for terrier owner

It was a bucket item list for Joy Viel to attend the world’s most famous dog show at the world’s most famous arena with her own dog.

Jury finds man guilty of theft from gas station

A guilty verdict has been returned in connection with a case involving a fire at an Enderby business

Charge dropped in fatal crash

The trial for Brandon James Kenneth McGregor, born in 1991, was to have started in Vernon Supreme Court Monday

Immersed in politics

Profile: NDP’s Jacqui Gingras questions status quo

Counterfeit cash in circulation

Vernon-North Okanagan RCMP are warning area businesses and the public to be on the lookout for counterfeit American currency

A helpful primer on the election

The writ has been dropped and I, being the helpful guy that I am, have provided a guideline for you leading up to the vote.

Crash leaves three injured

Three people were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries following a motor-vehicle accident

Robbery leads to police shooting; independent investigation underway

During a search for a robbery suspect,an RCMP dog handler was allegedly confronted by the suspect and the officer fired his weapon.

Collision sends three people to hospital

Accident takes place at the intersection of Highways 97A and 97B outside of Enderby on Canada Day

Making a moose-take

It has been said– on the Internet, mind you – that those of us in our 50s are glad there was no Internet, YouTube or social media