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Adding a new funding partner to the Okanagan Film Commission has stalled slightly.
As of Aug. 1, the 2017 overdose death toll for Vernon sat at 12 so far
The federal government announced more $700,000 in grants in Vernon on Thursday.
Enderby officials have questions about policing.
The City of Vernon has taken action against a resident.
Spallumcheen officials are demanding action from B.C.'s new government.
Enderby officials wish a major celebration success, but there are no dollars involved.
Local governments are increasingly looking for ways to engage with their citizens â€” press releases are issued, tweets are posted and strategic plans are developed. All of these mechanisms work, but they often come across as very impersonal.
Coldstream's rainbow crosswalk has some politicians seeing red.
A group of Falkland area residents are demanding the provincial government take action during B.C.'s wildfire crisis.
With wildfires burning across the province, action is being taken to minimize the threat in Lumby.
Frustration is building as the potential arrival of invasive mussels could occur any time.
The Allan Brooks Nature Centre is going on the wild side.
An infrastructure project could allow Enderby to develop in the future.
Dinosaurs are proving to be popular.
Residents of an area near Falkland continue to target potential wildfires.
Homeowners along Yankee Flats and McTavish roads are demanding the Ministry of Forests shut down the Kelly Main Forest Service Road
Protests aren't stopping a Vernon highway project from proceeding.
A local politician has been handed new duties.