• Okanagan cannabis company working to revive business, avoid bankruptcy
    True Leaf's situation is being watched closely in Lumby as losing the company would be a significant blow to the village's tax base.
    Oct 9
  • Logging truck rollover in North Okanagan, 2 injured, say police
    Logging truck overturns in North Okanagan, 2 sent to hospital, say police.
    Oct 1
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  • North Okanagan resident returning to risky situation after landslide
    A North Okanagan woman is pushing for provincial help after a slow moving landslide left her home on the edge of an embankment.
    Aug 11
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  • North Okanagan regional district seeking public input for area parks
    The meetings, according to the regional district, will seek public engagement regarding the planning of four parks, plus recreation and culture master plans.
    Aug 11
  • Okanagan art gallery showcases pieces made during COVID-19
    "Art is a way for people to deal with their lives, art is people's way of coping."
    Aug 9
  • Lumby, B.C., family forced from home after house gutted by flames
    Along with fighting the flames, fire crews were also working to prevent the fire from spreading to nearby homes.
    Jul 30
  • Housing in the North Okanagan doesn’t match demographics: report
    An assessment of housing needs in the North Okanagan found there is a mismatch between what's available and the demographics.
    Jul 16
  • Non-profit bringing affordable housing project to Lumby, B.C.
    Habitat for Humanity Okanagan is building six homes on Shields Avenue.
    Jul 15
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  • Serious crash stalls traffic on Highway 6 near Lumby
    Drivers experienced heavy delays as traffic was reduced to single lane alternating.
    Jul 14
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  • Trinity Valley, B.C., residents say poor road conditions a hazard
    "It seems a blatant disregard of public safety to let it get to this condition," said resident Derek Baril.
    Jun 29