Brendan Shykora

GALLERY: Otters play in Enderby

Five otters spotted having a time around the Shuswap River

Morning Start: How many questions does a toddler ask in a day?

Your morning start for Thursday, January 9, 2020

WATCH: SilverStar fundraiser raises $38K for Australia

‘It’s been pretty devastating all across the country and there’s no end in sight’

North Okanagan swim club ends 2019 with 6 club records in Kamloops

Three swimmers set new club benchmarks at MJB Law Ice Classic, Dec. 13-15

AIM Roads apologizes ‘deeply’ for missed roads in Vernon area

Snow clearing mishaps leave residents stuck and frustrated

Owner of Vernon’s first board game café a lifelong gamer

The Boarding House Café looks to fill niche for teens, gamers

Okanagan couple hopes to return lost Memorial Cross to veteran’s family

Heather and Brian Neill found the medal honouring a WWII flying officer in a discarded jewelry box

PHOTOS: An aerial tour from Vernon to the Monashee Mountains

Enderby pilot gives slightly terrified reporter a tour over the North Okanagan

Okanagan Indian Band releases site maps for proposed new school

Band conducting school feasibility study for replacement of Cultural Immersion School in Vernon

Fish in Schools program reaches 41 schools throughout Syilx region in 2019

Oliver Correctional Facility a new addition to the fish education program’s participation list

Light a Bulb fundraiser for Vernon hospital just shy of goal

Vernon Jubilee Hospital Foundation’s annual campaign offers a tax break to donors before Dec. 31

UPDATE: Bulldog returned safe to Vernon owner

Reward for return of Lars upped to $700; possible sightings in Kelowna

Bull dog stolen from Okanagan homeless man still missing

Reward for return of Lars upped to $700; possible sightings in Kelowna

Morning Start: Ketchup was once sold as medicine

Your morning start for Thursday, December 19, 2019

Sagmoen trial awaits judge’s decision

Crown’s case hinges on circumstantial evidence regarding Sagmoen’s identity

Threats charge dropped in Curtis Sagmoen trial

Justice deems no evidence to support uttering threats charge after complainant’s testimony

‘I was afraid he was going to shoot me’: alleged victim in Sagmoen case says

Trial of Curtis Sagmoen continued Tuesday at the Vernon Law Courts

Frosty will have to pay rent to stay on Okanagan sidewalk next Christmas

Vernon Teach and Learn allowed to keep Frosty up, but will need a permit come January 1

Conservation officers on the hunt for North Okanagan moose poachers

Officers execute search warrant Friday morning, investigation continues

Sagmoen’s lawyer argues ‘abuse of power’ in police search

The trial of Curtis Sagmoen continued at the Vernon Law Courts on Friday