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B.C. woman reflects on 18 months on the front lines in Ukraine

B.C. woman reflects on 18 months on the front lines in Ukraine

‘Nobody can go through war and be who they were before,’ says April Huggett
Vernon Ribfest dries up for 2024

Vernon Ribfest dries up for 2024

Popular festival won’t be around this year; organizers announce postponement on social media
Vernon’s lost street names

Vernon’s lost street names

Story behind Schubert Street (32nd Ave.)
Food bank report fails B.C. on several poverty tests, but commends efforts

Food bank report fails B.C. on several poverty tests, but commends efforts

Food Banks Canada tracking poverty gives B.C. an overall D-plus
Hackers release corporate data stolen from London Drugs, company says

Hackers release corporate data stolen from London Drugs, company says

Files may contain ‘some employee information,’ according to pharmacy chain
North Okanagan-Shuswap school district name to get Indigenous update

North Okanagan-Shuswap school district name to get Indigenous update

Secwépemctsín word to be added in acknowledgement of traditional territory
Province raises drought level in the Okanagan

Province raises drought level in the Okanagan

‘Drought conditions will persist into 2024 unless we have prolonged rain within the next few weeks’
$32K approved to finish off Similkameen trail through Cawston

$32K approved to finish off Similkameen trail through Cawston

The regional district approved spending the gas tax money to complete the yearslong project
Smoking banned in North Okanagan parks, trails

Smoking banned in North Okanagan parks, trails

Regional District updating its parks bylaws to include a smoking prohibition
B.C. mayor hopes wildfire evacuees can return to Fort Nelson early next week

B.C. mayor hopes wildfire evacuees can return to Fort Nelson early next week

About 4,700 people have been under evacuation order for the past 2 weeks