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The weekend is expected to see sun throughout the Okanagan valley.
Jim Cotter’s Vernon squad improves to 3-1 after suffering first defeat earlier in the day
Defending champs Team Canada roll past Jim Cotter’s Vernon rink 10-4 Monday morning in Brandon
Unionized workers plan one-hour demonstration Monday to send employer message
Vernon’s Jim Cotter improves to 2-0 with big win over Nunavut
Jim Cotter’s Okanagan-Saskatoon foursome uses last rock to edge Nova Scotia 8-7; play Nunavut today
Mountain bike society celebrates successes while planning for the future.
Four male suspects forced their way into a home Friday night and assaulted occupants.
BC Transit to help celebrate the day by handing out “Thank You” cards to customers to share with their transit drivers on Transit Driver Appreciation Day, Monday, March 18.
It is estimated that there is now 70,000 people working under the Temporary Foreign Worker program in B.C.
Of those who voted, nearly half agreed that Vernon should further consider what Penticton has done
Top performers from the SOBC Games in Vernon qualified for spots on Team BC, members to be announced.
Vernon Search and Rescue, with help from snowmobile club and helicopter team, aid injured man
Falkland’s lone service station re-opens while renovations continue; selling gas and lottery only
Winter Games in Vernon an overwhelming success for 800 athletes/coaches, 1,000-plus volunteers
Tim and The Glory Boys will perform in Vernon March 9.
“With this bursary, we want women to know that there is a place for you in this industry and a place for you to excel.”
Leigh Sindlinger received a Distinguished Service Award for inspiring financial literacy in youth
The tricoder can test for biological contamination in real-time
Five people suspected of being involved in a dial a dope operation arrested