Barry Gerding

Seniors benefit from paramedicine initiative

Enhancing home health care philosophy across Interior Health

Weather hampers plane search near Revelstoke

Snowfall and low cloud ceiling are coupled with difficult terrain

Spruce Grove man identified as pilot of missing plane

Dominic Neron was flying with his girlfriend from Penticton to Edmonton

Kokanee numbers continue to rebound

Improved spawning conditions in Okanagan Valley lakes paying dividends

Protecting B.C.’s food sources

Plan to adapt Lower Mainland bioregionalism study to Okanagan region

Interior Health commits $2 million annually for First Nations elders care

Initiative to benefit 4,450 elders across Southern Interior region

Municipal politicians push mussel message

NDP listen to advocating for tougher invasive mussel policies

Learning from their elders

Indigenous youth taught respect for water, land and each other on 3-day canoe journey

Man who claimed partner died during sex found not guilty

Salmon Arm’s Logan Scott was found not guilty of manslaughter in the death of Armstrong’s Jillian McKinty

First Nation fashion designer invited to Paris fashion show

A fashion dream is coming true for one B.C. woman

Guests rally after wildfire halts wedding

“In the end, the love between my daughter and her husband came out on top of everything else.”

UPDATE: Lake Country fire now 75 per cent contained

Emergency officals hold a wildfire press conference in Lake Country.

Fire quickly escalated

Initial Lake Country fire response crew faced extreme challenges.

New car sales booming

Thirst for new vehicles still high for Canadian consumers judging by record-setting sales

Backcountry users be warned: Avalanche risk rising

Okanagan and Shuswap backcountry skiers and snowmobilers take note – avalanche safety warnings are currently on the rise.

Invasive mussels getting through US inspections

Montana's defence against a zebra and quagga mussel invasion has broken down. Mussel larvae were detected in man-made water reservoirs