Brieanna Charlebois

Paving the way for pickleball in Vernon

Construction has begun for the pickleball courts but still needs donations.

VIDEO: Vernon-area students read for rank

RCMP visited JW Inglis on Wednesday as part of the Read with Me and the RCMP program.

Vernon celebrates Sunshine Fest

North Okanagan’s largest street fair and sidewalk sale took place Saturday.

Celebrating our diversity

2018 Multicultural Community Champions celebrated in Vernon at the Sunshine Festival.

Burma Shave Wave in Vernon

The event was put on by Fair Vote Vernon to promote Proportional Representation

Save-On-Foods launches food bank program

Save-On-Foods announces inaugural annual campaign that benefits families from B.C. to Manitoba.

Cyclists touring B.C. to highlight Ukraine struggle

A group of Ukrainian cyclists are travelling 100,000 kilometres to raise awareness for Ukraine war.

Brieanna Charlebois: World Cup gender divide shrinking

How hosting the 2026 Men’s World Cup will be different than hosting the 2015 Women’s World Cup

Vernon RCMP to ‘ticket’ kids who display safety

Vernon RCMP are on the lookout for youth following the rules of the road while biking this summer.

Vernon’s London Drugs hosting recycling roundup

London Drugs offers a simple way for Vernon residents to responsibly recycle.

Help heal with horses by supporting Vernon fundraiser

The Therapeutic Riding Association hosts a barn dance at the Silver Sage Staples on June 23.

Dog days: agility trials back this weekend

Dog’O’Pogo sanctioned AAC trials take place Saturday and Sunday at Lavington Park.

Sundial to be unveiled on summer solstice

New innovations: this sundial corrects for the motion of the Earth as it travels in an ellipse.

Festivities are underway at Lumby Days

The annual family fair began Friday and runs all weekend long.

B.C. Public Safety Announcement: Wildfires & Air Quality

The B.C. government issues PSA warning people to to stay alert

Vernon ALS Walk a success

Among the attendees was Steve Wells, the longest living person with ALS.

Student massage clinic offers better rates

A new class of student therapists begin working at Okanagan Valley College.

Potential gas shortages: What you think

The Morning Star asks the community how potential shortages would affect them

Enderby 2018 grads paint the town

ENDERBY- A.L. Fortune Secondary Class of 2018 fulfills graduation tradition.

Get ready to Drop, Dine and Donate

Bring expired medicine and unwanted clothing to The Medicine Shoppe for a free lunch this Saturday.