Barry Gerding

Poop patrol option offered

Concerns from a Vernon resident about dog owners not cleaning up after their canines while walking the Okanagan Rail Trail have reached an animal genetics company based in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Vernon high-tech firm sells for $45 million

AVS Systems purchased by Information Services Corporation

Liberal leadership candidate visits Okanagan

Andrew Wilkinson to make campaign stops in Kelowna, Vernon on Saturday

North Okanagan transit cost/revenue sharing revised

Regional transit operation review leads to changes

Library searching for new CEO

Okanagan Regional Library's Stephanie Hall sailing away

Vernon RCMP officer donates time to Penticton hockey fundraiser

Cpl. Yannick Lescarbeau's efforts raise money for BC Children's Hospital

Vernon restricts sale of marijuana

Temporary measure until province clarifies cannabis sale regulations

Kal Park plan harvesting input

Public forum to take place Jan. 18 in Vernon

Monitoring Shuswap River boaters and tubers

B.C. Conservation Officer inspection program looking to expand

Enderby house gutted by fire

Trinity Valley Road home residents were away when blaze started

Best in Vernon business recognized

Vernon Chamber of Commerce business excellence award nominations open

No carbon tax relief at the gas pumps

B.C.'s carbon tax jumping to $35 per ton in April

Local realtors receive prestigious community awards

Local realtors were well represented in awards recently handed out by the Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board for commitment to charitable and community causes.

Renewed vaccination push for meningococcal disease outbreak

Looking to vaccinate 15-19 age group within Okanagan region

IH confirms new case of meningococcal disease

Confirmed case outside Okanagan but within Interior Health region

Lumby mailboxes vandalized

Residents offer security warning to other potential thieves

Sagmoen arraignment held over until January

Judge frustrated with additional delay requests

Barn lost in Enderby fire

No machinery or animals lost in Christmas Eve blaze

Park clean-up closes Cherryville park

Work begins first week of January to clear danger trees

Pleasant Valley Road intersection

Spallumcheen council chooses $160,000 traffic flow option