Jennifer Smith

Quintet jazzes it up with Okanagan-wide talents

Justin Glibbery group brings twist of jazz and pop

Tribute hails Holly at North Okanagan Winter Dance Party

Feb. 3, 1959 was “The Day the Music Died,” but it’s coming back Feb. 1, 2020

North Okanagan parent sounds alarm over ketamine and pill parties

RCMP have been notified and are investigating

Vernon and Kelowna build excellence at Okanagan Housing Awards

Sunterra a five-time winner while Weninger Construction and Design wins Home of the Year

Classic tale seeks North Okanagan ballet dancers

Anne of Green Gables, by Ballet Jorgen, in Vernon

North Okanagan youth ready to make some NOYSE

Showcase of excellence features talents of young local performance

WATCH: North Okanagan schools see gross effects of vaping

Kids spitting up blood a cause for concern

Alumni trumpet band strikes emotional chord for Vernon girls

Vernon Girls Trumpet Band will be tooting their horn for the 60th Winter Carnival parade

Excitment snowballs for Vernon Winter Carnival

10 days of fun is just two weeks away

North Okanagan youth mental health services boosted by RBC

$50,000 grant gives youth greater access to services

Alumni trumpet band strikes emotional chord for North Okanagan girls

Vernon Girls Trumpet Band will be tooting their horn for the 60th Winter Carnival parade

LETTER: Dog dirt – hefty fines suggested

Okanagan might solve poop problem by implementing hefty fines like the U.K.

North Okanagan kicks off Family Literacy Week with free books

Province proclaimed Family Literacy Week in B.C. from Jan. 26 to Feb. 2

North Okanagan crews respond to warmer weather and snow melt

Clearing snow and slush from local roads top of agenda

Carnival brings back historic ice palace for Queen Silver Star LX

Check it out during coronation, one of hundreds of Vernon Winter Carnival events

Dance stages Indigenous identity quest in North Okanagan

Tlakentli merges dance and theatre with two artists from Mexico, of Nahua and Mixteco descent

Pumphouse project puts North Okanagan taps back on Kal

The capital project at the Kal Lake Pump House to make it flood-resistant is near completion

Immigration program not taking away North Okanagan jobs

The pilot is helping employers overcome a skilled labour shortage that can’t be filled solely by residents

Okanagan ski club seeks 250 volunteers for nationals

Estimated 800 athletes, coaches and support expected for March 25-April 2 event