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Fast-moving fire triggers evacuation order south of Ashcroft

Fast-moving fire triggers evacuation order south of Ashcroft

The Thompson-Nicola Regional District has issued an evacuation order for 76 properties in the Venables Valley area
WOLF: Vandalism in all forms is just exceptionally stupid

WOLF: Vandalism in all forms is just exceptionally stupid

COLUMN: Strong emotions expressed in unhealthy ways
Province investing $7 million in Okanagan mass timber manufacturing

Province investing $7 million in Okanagan mass timber manufacturing

The funding will help provide 28 additional jobs at the Okanagan Falls facility
Athletes arrive in Maple Ridge for BC Summer Games

Athletes arrive in Maple Ridge for BC Summer Games

Competitions take place July 18 to 21
B.C. asked to raise the ante on its community gaming grants commitment

B.C. asked to raise the ante on its community gaming grants commitment

Inflation has cut into the purchasing power of community gaming grants and the B.C. Association for Charitable Gaming is calling on the provincial government to B.C. to "reinvigorate" the community gaming grants program.
B.C. community launches North America's largest electric garbage truck fleet

B.C. community launches North America's largest electric garbage truck fleet

Electric waste collection trucks begin hitting Comox Valley streets
Baseball-bat killer dies of natural causes in Abbotsford prison

Baseball-bat killer dies of natural causes in Abbotsford prison

Eugene Raymond Benoit had been serving time for second-degree murder
Vehicle crashes killed 331 British Columbians in 2023: Coroner

Vehicle crashes killed 331 British Columbians in 2023: Coroner

Pedestrians were most likely to die during November and December, while other road users faced highest risk in summer months
Infamous Okanagan highway encampment bulldozed

Infamous Okanagan highway encampment bulldozed

The camp had vexed residents in the area since it was first spotted
Impasse: How a pro-Palestine protest at a B.C. university ended up in court

Impasse: How a pro-Palestine protest at a B.C. university ended up in court

Vancouver Island University claims students vandalized HR department drop box, turning it into a 'how to be more racist box'