Morning Star Staff

Vernon’s Vasek Pospisil (centre) and Team Canada celebrate Montreal’s Felix Auger-Aliassime stunning win over world No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz of the host country in Davis Cup action Friday, Sept. 16, Spain. (Facebook photo)

B.C. player helps Canada to Davis Cup tennis knockout stage

Vernon’s Vasek Pospisil and Team Canada go 2-1 in Spain to guarantee berth in next round

Vernon’s Vasek Pospisil (centre) and Team Canada celebrate Montreal’s Felix Auger-Aliassime stunning win over world No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz of the host country in Davis Cup action Friday, Sept. 16, Spain. (Facebook photo)
Vernon North Okanagan RCMP are investigating a long weekend abduction and assault of a man in his 20s. (Black Press - file photo)

Man, 27, assaulted in Armstrong before being abducted by 3 men and left in Salmon Arm

Man, 27, taken off Armstrong street after leaving IPE grounds Saturday morning

Vernon North Okanagan RCMP are investigating a long weekend abduction and assault of a man in his 20s. (Black Press - file photo)
Vernon North Okanagan RCMP and the Coroner are investigating two separate incidents resulting in the deaths of two men over the August long weekend. Criminality is not suspected in either event. (Black Press Media files)

2 sudden deaths in Vernon spark RCMP, Coroner investigation

Langley man dies after being in distress at Kal Beach; body of senior found in Vernon Creek

Vernon North Okanagan RCMP and the Coroner are investigating two separate incidents resulting in the deaths of two men over the August long weekend. Criminality is not suspected in either event. (Black Press Media files)
A second Vernon nurse has been disciplined by the B.C. College of Nurses and Midwives for discriminatory and derogatory comments in a First Nations community. (Pixabay photo)

Second Vernon nurse suspended

B.C. College of Nurses and Midwives and nurse agree to five-month suspension

A second Vernon nurse has been disciplined by the B.C. College of Nurses and Midwives for discriminatory and derogatory comments in a First Nations community. (Pixabay photo)
A small plane had to make an emergency landing Sunday, May 22, at the Vernon Regional Airport. (File photo)

Plane makes emergency landing Sunday at Okanagan airport

Nobody injured after small plane touches down at Vernon Regional Airport without landing gear extended

A small plane had to make an emergency landing Sunday, May 22, at the Vernon Regional Airport. (File photo)

UPDATE: Landslide prompts North Westside evacuation

A small landslide came down in the Killiney Beach subdivision below Westside Road. 400 remain on evacuation order.

Okanagan mayors are asking people to cut back on water usage. Black Press file photo

UPDATE: Mayors gathering postponed

Mayors from around the Okanagan Valley instead will focus on their regions under flood danger

Okanagan mayors are asking people to cut back on water usage. Black Press file photo

Mill Creek levels down

About 90 residences remain evacuated in Kelowna; some creeks going down, others remain high

Localized flooding prompts responses

Localized flooding prompts responses

UPDATE: Road closures in Kelowna, local state of emergency in West Kelowna as flood continues

Localized flooding prompts responses

Kelowna woman missing

Have you seen Jennifer MacDonald?

Rockets host Seattle tonight

Rockets host Seattle tonight

Game 6 of the team’s third round WHL series is a must win for Kelowna, down 3-2

Rockets host Seattle tonight
B.C. Green Party leader Andrew Weaver, right, arrives in Parksville to the waves of supporters, along with Parksville-Qualicum candidate for the party, Glenn Sollitt, left, on Saturday, April 29. Weaver, starting his last provincial tour this election, met with about 50 supporters. - Image: Adam Kveton                                 B.C. Green Party leader Andrew Weaver, right, arrives in Parksville to the waves of supporters, along with Parksville-Qualicum candidate for the party, Glenn Sollitt, left, on Saturday, April 29. Weaver, starting his last provincial tour this election, met with about 50 supporters. - Image: Adam Kveton

Greens rally in Kelowna

Party leader Andrew Weaver plus regional candidate to speak Sunday as part of Green Party tour

B.C. Green Party leader Andrew Weaver, right, arrives in Parksville to the waves of supporters, along with Parksville-Qualicum candidate for the party, Glenn Sollitt, left, on Saturday, April 29. Weaver, starting his last provincial tour this election, met with about 50 supporters. - Image: Adam Kveton                                 B.C. Green Party leader Andrew Weaver, right, arrives in Parksville to the waves of supporters, along with Parksville-Qualicum candidate for the party, Glenn Sollitt, left, on Saturday, April 29. Weaver, starting his last provincial tour this election, met with about 50 supporters. - Image: Adam Kveton
Mobile overdose prevention unit rolls out in Kelowna

Mobile overdose prevention unit rolls out in Kelowna

The unit will also provide enhanced harm reduction services including the distribution of naloxone

Mobile overdose prevention unit rolls out in Kelowna
Food recall on Miss Vickie’s potato chips

Food recall on Miss Vickie’s potato chips

Miss Vickie’s jalapeno-flavoured chip is being recalled due to salmonella

Food recall on Miss Vickie’s potato chips
Mountain passes still getting snow

Mountain passes still getting snow

Snow on the Coquihalla and rain on the valley.

Mountain passes still getting snow
West Kelowna wins award

West Kelowna wins award

City’s new amphitheatre and skate park win BC recreation and parks award

West Kelowna wins award
Peachland Pier Group rendering of proposed pier.

Freshwater Fisheries supports Peachland Pier

$25,000 donation raised through sale of fishing licenses will help build Okanagan landmark pier

Peachland Pier Group rendering of proposed pier.
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