James Miller said he plans to stay on as the managing editor of the Penticton Herald.
Jules joined the Global Okanagan team in 2017 after spending nearly four years reporting and producing in Saskatchewan.
Some of the stories she’s covered include the high school shooting in La Loche, Saskatchewan’s wildfires, Husky Energy’s oil spill and the northern suicide crisis.
Jules has a bachelor of commerce degree from UBC and a post-graduate certificate in journalism from Langara College.
In her spare time, you can find Jules camping or hiking around the Okanagan, playing sports or on her bike.
The sidewalk event will be held at 2904 29th St. in Vernon on Monday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Penticton and Kelowna will not be hosting Canada Day festivities this year, although the cities are citing different reasons for the cancellation.
Voters in Penticton have elected James Miller to city council.
Some of the victims of a former Okanagan Mountie who pleaded guilty to breach of trust don’t feel that their voices have been heard by the justice system.
In a Kelowna courtroom on Wednesday, the Crown condensed the allegations of seven different women against Brian Burkett into one charge.
Misconduct allegations against a former Mountie that recently surfaced during a murder investigation in B.C. are prompting questions into how RCMP investigate one of their own.
The family of an Okanagan nurse who died while canoeing with her husband on Okanagan Lake is calling for an inquest, alleging a series of botched moves in the investigation.
Kelowna’s Kerry Park is drawing a growing congregation of people listening to music, worship and speeches every Sunday, but there are questions over whether the crowd is allowed.
The investigation into a B.C. nurse’s death remains shrouded in mystery, dogged by questions of incompetence and interference, nearly five years later.
The investigation into an Okanagan nurse’s death remains shrouded in mystery, dogged by questions of incompetence and interference in the justice system.
Residents of the Joe Rich area near Kelowna were stunned to learn that hectares of land near their homes appeared to have been mostly clear cut by a logging company.
RCMP did not reveal that two bodies had been found in the area until Tuesday at 2:30 p.m., more than 28 hours after the initial search for the potential suspects.
A man and his dog were inside the vehicle at the time the flames started, but they didn’t appear to be injured, according to a witness.
The health authority said Kelowna’s Rutland neighbourhood and Summerland are currently considered high-transmission places.