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Today in Vernon, divers dove under the frozen lake surface to attach cables to the truck
Corey Paiement tenders resignation to take a job, starting next month, with the Columbia Shuswap Regional District
William Murray Phelps Munton is now facing 19 charges in connection with a series of fires between May 20 and Nov. 20, 2014.
Liberal candidate Cindy Derkaz pleased with second place finish in riding, and success of party.
You can take the girl off the farm, but you can’t take the farm out of the girl.
Mel Arnold confirmed to appear at two chamber-hosted forums.
Chief Wayne Christian believes truth and reconciliation process needed over inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women and men.
A month-long RCMP initiative cracking down on distracted drivers is underway.
Operations are something Brian Parsons and Tony Beeftink have in common.
Kelowna stamp collector and designer Pete Lepold has arranged to print two stamps to honour the anniversary.
An education campaign aimed at improving boating safety in the North Okanagan-Shuswap is paying off.
Boat operators must produce their boating licence and picture ID and the paper work for the vessel they are operating.
Marie Van Diest believes her family can finally direct its anger at a face.
Residents and emergency personnel pay final respects to Dan Botkin
Tributes are pouring in for Enderby volunteer firefighter Dan Botkin, 25, killed Thursday morning on duty.
Suspect: DNA found in Van Diest murder matches 2005 sexual assault.
DNA found in connection with the murder of a Armstrong teen Taylor Van Diest on Halloween is a match to a Kelowna sexual assault in 2005.
Official ceremony launches countdown to sports extravaganza
Eighteen-year-old female located after not showing up at appointment
Officials were back on site Friday afternoon trying to pinpoint the cause of a massive fire that destroyed the planer mill at North Enderby Timber.