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EDITORIAL: Examining the slowing rate of inflation

The news is not necessarily as positive as it first appears
Provincial authorization received for Summerland pier work

Provincial authorization received for Summerland pier work

Lakeside landmark had been dismantled in fall of 2023
Costs pass lack of drivers as biggest challenge for trucking industry

Costs pass lack of drivers as biggest challenge for trucking industry

Lakc of drivers still an issue, but expenses like fuel a bigger one, new report indicates
Man missing from Vernon found dead

Man missing from Vernon found dead

RCMP confirm fatality of Cody MacDonald, criminality not suspected
Trial starts for Kelowna man accused of killing roommate

Trial starts for Kelowna man accused of killing roommate

Lorence Williams has been charged with second-degree murder
TV show helps B.C. father, son forge bond in Cuba after 11 years apart

TV show helps B.C. father, son forge bond in Cuba after 11 years apart

Adonis was 21 when he left Cuba; Jordan was 21 when the pair returned
Judge rejects B.C. appeal, injunction against law limiting drug use remains

Judge rejects B.C. appeal, injunction against law limiting drug use remains

Challenge blocking provincial law prohibiting drug use in certain public areas remains in place
More counselling help for youth in B.C. as Foundry expands

More counselling help for youth in B.C. as Foundry expands

‘This expansion is our largest to date,’ Dr. Steve Mathias says
$14.4M B.C. iPhone class-action lawsuit settlement approved

$14.4M B.C. iPhone class-action lawsuit settlement approved

Class members can expect to receive between $17.50 and $150 each
Landscapes for Palestine: B.C. artist connects her work to protest

Landscapes for Palestine: B.C. artist connects her work to protest

Rawan Hassan is a multi-faceted Palestinian artist, using her craft as a form of cultural resistance from afar