Andre Lodder

West of Hell will be performing in Vernon as part of a Western Canada Tour.

West of Hell visits Vernon

West of Hell will be in Vernon Thursday, Aug. 2 at Sneakers Pub.

West of Hell will be performing in Vernon as part of a Western Canada Tour.
Rhiannan Baranyais (front) and Montana Davidson take off from Kin Beach during a Junior Canadian Rangers enhanced training session Wednesday.

Junior rangers learning ropes

Each year, Junior Canadian Rangers from across Canada participate in enhanced training sessions. This year, they're in Vernon until July 30.

Rhiannan Baranyais (front) and Montana Davidson take off from Kin Beach during a Junior Canadian Rangers enhanced training session Wednesday.
Debbie Bagnall (left)

Sculpture helps Feed the Valley

Vernon’s Cory Fuhr completed a sculpture for the purpose of donating it to Valley First’s Feed the Valley campaign.

Debbie Bagnall (left)
Boats pass by Paddlewheel Park

Association looking for new members

North Okanagan Sailing Association provides opportunities for families

Boats pass by Paddlewheel Park
Frankie

Frankie finds family of rescuers

Baby hawk rescued by community members and owl rescue group when its mother is killed by a semi truck on Highway 97 near Okanagan College...

Frankie
Mayor Rob Sawatzky (left) and John Topping look at a photo album from a previous tour to Modesto

Tour renews a special bond

Sister cities, Vernon and Modesto, Calif., re-unite

Mayor Rob Sawatzky (left) and John Topping look at a photo album from a previous tour to Modesto
Retired RCMP officer Terry Pakenham (above) and his son Colin Pakenham demonstrate self defense moves during the Jean Minguy Memorial Youth Academy.

Police academy generates memories

Morning Star reporter relives Jean Minguy Memorial Youth Academy experience

Retired RCMP officer Terry Pakenham (above) and his son Colin Pakenham demonstrate self defense moves during the Jean Minguy Memorial Youth Academy.
Gloria Morgan (left) gets a high five from her caddy

NOCLS golf classic hits record total

21st annual NOCLS golf tournament at the Vernon Golf and Country Club raises a record $102,350.

Gloria Morgan (left) gets a high five from her caddy
Grant Turner

Vernon’s Canadian Tire ready to roll out new look

Vernon's Canadian Tire unveils new Smart Store layout at grand re-opening, May 10-13.

Grant Turner
Lynne Hossay

Champion of art honoured

Lynne Hossay receives Arts Champion in the Community Award.

Lynne Hossay
Spencer West delivers a presentation at the Performing Arts Centre on overcoming the hardships after losing his legs at the age of five.

‘Disabled kid’ changes lives, climbing Kilimanjaro

Spencer West, who has no legs, talked to more than 700 Grade 9 students about overcoming obstacles in life...

Spencer West delivers a presentation at the Performing Arts Centre on overcoming the hardships after losing his legs at the age of five.
Vernon’s Mark Shaw finished up his season at Lincoln Lanes by rolling a 416 in the final week. It was his first career 400-game since he started bowling seven years ago.

Shaw joins 400 club

Vernon's Mark Shaw rolls 10 strikes in a row on the way to a 416 game at Lincoln Lanes.

Vernon’s Mark Shaw finished up his season at Lincoln Lanes by rolling a 416 in the final week. It was his first career 400-game since he started bowling seven years ago.
Maggi Bangma (left) and Jenna Lutsenko

Marathon work for caring quilters

Quilters come together for marathon quilting session

Maggi Bangma (left) and Jenna Lutsenko

NOCLS looking to fill tee times

Still spots open for annual NOCLS charity golf tournament May 4 at the Vernon Golf and Country Club

Becky Orton

McDonald’s manager to represent Canada

Vernon McDonald's manager chosen to represent company nationally at worldwide convention

Becky Orton