Brendan Shykora

COVID-19: iPads ‘a huge hit’ at Okanagan retirement homes

Kaigo Senior Living Group spokesperson says more iPads, staffing needed

Morning Start: Are Jack and Meg White of the White Stripes related?

Your morning start for Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Morning Start: Are fruit stickers edible?

Your morning start for Monday, May 11, 2020

Anti-Trudeau group protests COVID-19, 5G, gun ban in Vernon

Picketers protest federal government in rain at Polson Park

North Okanagan-Shuswap MP opposes ban on assault-style rifles

Mel Arnold says underlying issues of mental health, addictions should be addressed first

Injured hiker airlifted from Pincushion Mountain near Peachland

Penticton and District Search Rescue used its helicopter unit to extract the hiker Friday afternoon

Okanagan-Shuswap gun club leaders react to Canadian government’s firearm ban

Restricted firearm owners are disappointed in the federal government’s ban

Enderby man found after being missing more than a week

RCMP confirmed the 24-year-old has been found safe and well Friday, May 1

FortisBC invests in renewable natural gas made from wood waste

New project features a facility operated in Fruitvale, B.C., in service as early as summer 2021

Imprisoned Okanagan man has claustrophobia complaint rejected

Paramjit Bogarh’s complaint was dismissed by the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal April 15

Three North Okanagan men arrested after fleeing police in Vernon

Cash, drugs and loaded gun found after arrest; two of the men face ‘serious charges’

Man ‘covered in blood’ arrested after assaulting Vernon police officer

Police received multiple calls of a man assaulting people in their vehicles; suspect now in custody

Vernon hospital staff applaud Okanagan Spirits for gift of clean hands

The Vernon and Kelowna distillery has donated 25,000 bottles of its hand sanitizer

Okanagan drive-in movie theatre announces opening night

Starlight Drive In Theatre will launch 2020 season with social distancing measures April 30

Vernon homeless camp destroyed by fire

BX-Swan Lake fire chief says the occupant lost all her possessions in the Thursday morning blaze

Morning Start: The Mississippi River once ran backwards

Your morning start for Thursday, April 23, 2020

Okanagan outreach workers highlight opioid epidemic amid COVID-19

Free naloxone kits and information were provided outside the Vernon library Wednesday

Okanagan quilter makes headbands for nurses amid COVID-19

Masks can be hooked to buttons on the headbands to release pressure around the ears

Okanagan musicians share ‘special quarantine edition’ of Take On Me

Scott Cyr and Cole Davis produced the cover remotely while in self-isolation