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Scott Anderson wants to be B.C. Conservative interim leader and Vernon city councillor
Andrew Wilkinson insists he's the person to renew the B.C. Liberal Party.
Regional District of North Okanagan is approaching member municipalities and electoral areas to see if a rural economic development function
Three trees in Vernon's Kin Park were undermined by spring flooding.
As of Tuesday, construction will close the trail from one kilometre south of Kickwillie Loop in Coldstream to Kekuli Bay Provincial Park
Most of us head to the doctor occasionally for a check-up. While there, they will take our blood pressure or ask for tests to be done. Ultimately, we may be healthy but there are always things we can work on to improve conditions, whether it's eating better or exercising more.
Lumby officials are turning to Victoria to ease the housing crunch.
Fire roared through the main production facility at Valley Wood in rural Lumby Tuesday afternoon.
North Okanagan-Shuswap MP wants offences mentioned in Criminal Code
Lumby may tighten the reins on how many pets residents can have
Civic leaders are lacing up to hear from Vernon's business community.
Have your say today and tomorrow
I have seen a lot in The Morning Star this year about the homeless in Vernon.
The Oyama Fall Fair will be held Sept. 24 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the community hall
It's not known if Lumby and Cherryville taxes will climb for parks and recreation.
An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but the mold on it could make you sick.
Transition isn't always easy, especially when you've been doing the same thing for years. All of a sudden you are faced with new experiences and you're not always sure how to react.
A Vernon teacher has been reprimanded for classroom activities.
The NDP's financial strategy is drawing heavy fire from the opposition.
Blue skies have returned across the Southern Interior.