Richard Rolke

Become more suicide aware

The Canadian Mental Health Association, in partnership with London Drugs, is urging British Columbians to ask about suicide

Enderby ponders economic development

Enderby officials are undecided on a regional focus on job creation.

Hazardous truck route stalled

A Vernon official is accusing bureaucracy of sending a planned hazardous truck route in circles.

There is hope beyond suicide

World Suicide Prevention Day takes place Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. at the Polson Park rose garden

Gymnastics facility inches towards resolution

RDNO has fiven third reading to a bylaw that would legalize the Okanagan Rhythmic Gymnastics Society on East Vernon Road

Gymnastics facility inches towards resolution

RDNO has fiven third reading to a bylaw that would legalize the Okanagan Rhythmic Gymnastics Society on East Vernon Road

Lumby bans deer feeding

It's now illegal to feed deer within Lumby village limits.

BEYOND THE HEADLINES: Scheer serves up rhetoric

Newly minted Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has been touring the country, largely in an effort to boost his profile.

BEYOND THE HEADLINES: Scheer serves up rhetoric

Newly minted Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has been touring the country, largely in an effort to boost his profile.

IPE planning moves ahead

Final cleanup from the 118th Armstrong fair is underway but planning for the 2018 celebration will begin in two weeks

Last chance for Armstrong fair fun

There's still plenty of time to take in the Armstrong fair

Large crowd takes in Armstrong fair

About 17,051 people passed through the gates Wednesday, opening day for the 118th annual Interior Provincial Exhibition

Vernon expands wildfire awareness

The ongoing wildfire risk is fuelling increased public awareness.

Charity Classic supports Vernon hospital

The event's title sponsor this year is the Paul Docksteader Foundation, which has signed on for three years.

Work closes Westside Road

Motorists are being warned of traffic disruptions on Westside Road.

Green leader targets Stickle plan

B.C.'s Green Party leader is getting involved in Stickle Road.

Food bank shelves almost empty

An urgent plea is being issued as Vernon's food bank struggles to help those in need.

Free transit for RespectFest

There will be free transportation to a major celebration.

Enderby Preschool gets $10,000

A chunk of cash has helped the Enderby Preschool essentially reach its fundraising goal.

Deer deaths soar

Since Aug. 16, wildlife expert Pete Wise has removed six dead deer after they were killed by vehicles in Vernon