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Stack won't run for mayor, but Given thinking about it

Luke Stack has decided he has a rewarding and interesting enough job overseeing a local housing society.

Vernon skier carries flag at closing ceremonies

SOCHI, Russia - Vernon-based athletes carried the Canadian flag into the opening and closing ceremonies of the Sochi Paralympic Winter Games.

City handouts getting out of hand in Penticton

Penticton's mayor is in agreement with his fiscal review committee that some community groups are overly reliant on city grants.

Valley ranked low for livability

It would seem the Okanagan is not too desirable a place to live.

B.C.'s new water law welcomed

The Okanagan Water Stewardship Council's initial reaction to last Tuesday's introduction of a new water law in the B.C. legislature is positive, but a council committee will now analyze it and respond officially to the province in the next few weeks.

B.C. Tory leadership candidates seek support in different corners

B.C. Conservatives heard contrasting visions of their party's priorities Friday night as two leadership candidates debated in Kelowna.

Suspect in heists nabbed by police

The Mounties were watching as a masked man entered a West Kelowna drug store, holding a gun.

Farmland should go to pot, say growers

Cannabis growers are seeing red over Okanagan communities blocking medical-marijuana operations from their farmland.

Season over at Crystal Mountain

Crystal Mountain may be closed until December, but season-pass holders can ski again for free this weekend at Big White.

Assaults net house arrest

A belligerent drunk who attacked a stranger and spat blood on a hotel clerk will sit at home for a few months.

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