Jennifer Smith

North Okanagan schools cancel spring break trips amid COVID-19

District urging against non-essential travel, and for those who do, to stay home from school for 14 days

UPDATE: Jane Goodall, and possibly more Okanagan visits, cancelled due to COVID-19

Vernon Performing Arts Centre revisiting its earlier decision to continue with upcoming concerts and events

Health concerns postpone Okanagan Expo amid COVID-19

Close to 100 vendors and even more patrons were expected at March 14 event

Tummy ache turns devastating for North Okanagan man

Otherwise healthy 43-year-old diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer

Courtesy riders could get boot from North Okanagan buses

Proposed changes would most impact Vernon’s French Immersion students, among others

Flamenco flair featured in North Okanagan

Jazz Club brings Stephanie Pedraza Quartet on stage

Brain Awareness Week lights up importance of challenging the brain

Okanagan residents urged to adopt healthy lifestyle changes March 16-22

Okanagan shelves wiped bare of toilet paper

COVID-19 concerns have residents in a mad rush to stock up on toilet paper, hand santizer, wipes

Day trip turns dark for snowmobilers in North Okanagan

Couple went out “for a few hours” and almost got stuck spending the night out in the dark

REVIEW: Supernatural concert from two talented pianists

Vernon and Quebec talents wow crowds at Performing Arts Centre

Big Little Lions take Okanagan spotlight

Shows planned in Kelowna, Penticton and Vernon

Sun Life cancels convention amid COVID-19 concerns

Global company cancels Cancun conference due to coronavirus

Enderby residents reels in $75,000 lotto win

Meanwhile a second North Okanagan resident picked up $75,000 on BC/49

Second lottery win in North Okanagan for same draw

Lynyrd-Skynyrd fan picks up $75,000 on BC/49, yet $2 million ticket purchased in Courtenay still to be claimed

Okanagan’s-own OM Sound touring Canada and Europe

New videos and new album in the works

Okanagan’s Kingfisher shores up as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies

Local boat building business makes a big splash

Lead levels acceptable in some North Okanagan schools’ water

Vernon district upgrades facilities to remove lead fittings and pipes, while North Okanagan-Shuswap still making improvements

Okanagan students first choir to take on Canadian Paralympic song

Choral Showcase reveals collaboration with Shine, official song of 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo

Okanagan hosts biggest St. Patrick’s performance this side of Newfoundland

Celtic Choir joins Cod Gone Wild for celebration in Vernon

Employ program wakes up North Okanagan youth to opportunities

Community Futures of North Okanagan now accepting intakes for 16-30 year olds