Morning Star Staff

Governments kick in cash for B.C. farmers, food processors

Ottawa, Victoria contribute $14 million over five years to help develop new products, processes

UPDATE: Vernon shooting victim linked to B.C. crime spree in serious condition

Car sought in connection with three B.C. incidents now recovered

Province issues funds to combat invasive plants

Victoria doles out nearly $8 million to 34 provincial municipalities, groups, regional districts

B.C. hot in lottery game

Winning tickets in Lotto 6/49 sold in eight provincial communities; big winner from Dawson Creek

B.C. woman known to hitchhike around province missing

Aislynn Hanson, 18, last seen April 13; known to travel throughout B.C. by hitchhiking

Flood funding assistance available

Disaster financial assistance applications being accepted until July

B.C.-based airline expands route network

Flair Air announces more routes effective June 15

Cheapest gas in B.C. $1.14.9 in Vernon

Prices at Vernon outlets range from $1.14.9 to $1.16.9

ICBC encourages smart driving for holiday weekend

Easter long weekend approaching

Missing Vancouver man may be in Vernon area

Brent Galster, 62, last seen at a Vernon ATM in December

BC Conservatives pumped by poll results

Surge in popularity has BC party picturing elected representatives in Victoria

B.C. gang members, The Greeks, lose conviction appeals

Trio of organization known as The Greeks unsuccessfully appeal murder convictions

Top-eight Paralympics debut for Minard

Vernon snowboarder reaches quarterfinals in PyeongChang; wheelchair curlers suffer first losses

Czechmate: Canada wins men’s Olympic hockey bronze

Vernon’s Andrew Ebbett scores twice as Canada beats Czech Republic 6-4

Canada advances to men’s hockey semis

Canada beats Finland 1-0

Lottery will help save children’s lives

Each ticket gets you a chance to win a lot of money, while helping a lot of kids

Preparation key for backcountry outings

Snowpack levels “complex” in many B.C. backcountry recreation areas

B.C. Conservatives applaud Site C decision

B.C. Conservatives happy with government decision to proceed

B.C. teacher suspended for swearing in class

A teacher from Vernon Secondary School has been suspended for using foul language in class with his students