Jennifer Smith

Stepney Road is now fully open in Spallumcheen since flooding. (Township photos)

UPATE: Spallumcheen deactivates emergency operations centre

Enderby, Armstrong and Spallumcheen still keeping an eye on creek and river levels

Stepney Road is now fully open in Spallumcheen since flooding. (Township photos)
Clayton Beaudry
Clayton Beaudry
Damaged property near Killiney Beach property on Aug. 24, one of the Westside Road areas impacted by the White Rock Lake wildfire. (Aaron Hemens/Capital News)

Bulky waste collection offered for North Westside residents

Old appliances, scrap metal, household and lawn furniture can be disposed of

Damaged property near Killiney Beach property on Aug. 24, one of the Westside Road areas impacted by the White Rock Lake wildfire. (Aaron Hemens/Capital News)
A driver is caught travelling well above the posted speed limited. (Vernon North Okanagan RCMP photo)

Speeder caught 74 km over limit drives safety reminder from North Okanagan RCMP

‘Avoid the temptation to hit the throttle’

A driver is caught travelling well above the posted speed limited. (Vernon North Okanagan RCMP photo)
Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce general 
manager Dan Proulx explains the Mission Possible assignment to secret agents in a 2021 video.

Mission: support local – made possible in Vernon

Tourism and Chamber team up to send spies into businesses

Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce general 
manager Dan Proulx explains the Mission Possible assignment to secret agents in a 2021 video.
2020 RAWK Camp Students on Stage at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre. (Contributed)
2020 RAWK Camp Students on Stage at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre. (Contributed)
A mudslide near Westwold has reduced traffic to a single lane on Highway 97 Tuesday, June 28. (Drive BC image)

Mudslide near Westwold impacting traffic

DriveBC reports single-lane, alternating traffic between Monte Lake and Falkland

A mudslide near Westwold has reduced traffic to a single lane on Highway 97 Tuesday, June 28. (Drive BC image)
The Gateway of the Okanagan Rail Trail will be closed June 30 as additional features are added. (RDNO photo)

Okanagan Rail Trail addition results in closure

Decorative concrete feature being added to Gateway at KM0

The Gateway of the Okanagan Rail Trail will be closed June 30 as additional features are added. (RDNO photo)
Janice Mori - past CFNO Board Director, Mike Nolan - CFNO Board Chair, Jo De Vries - Fresh Outlook Foundation, Leigha Horsfield – CFNO Board Director

35 North Okanagan charities granted funds

Community Foundation gives out $300,000 to various groups, initiatives

Janice Mori - past CFNO Board Director, Mike Nolan - CFNO Board Chair, Jo De Vries - Fresh Outlook Foundation, Leigha Horsfield – CFNO Board Director
(Pxfuel)

Party house shut down in Vernon, owners fined $15,000

Short-term rental caused ongoing headaches for neighbours

(Pxfuel)
A large willow tree fell dangerously close to a Vernon home Thursday morning. (Betty Ackerman photo)

Tree falls dangerously close to Vernon home

Second time in a year senior couple have had a close call

A large willow tree fell dangerously close to a Vernon home Thursday morning. (Betty Ackerman photo)
Vernon residents agreed last October to borrow up to $25 million for a cultural centre. (Contributed)

Arts and culture impact investigated in North Okanagan

RDNO surveys area residents on social and community impacts

Vernon residents agreed last October to borrow up to $25 million for a cultural centre. (Contributed)
Some snow in the upper peaks of SilverStar Mountain Resort is stopping the bike park from opening for the season. (Video still)

Ready to ride: SilverStar bike park opens

Some snow up top, but Vernon resort has 85 per cent of runs open

Some snow in the upper peaks of SilverStar Mountain Resort is stopping the bike park from opening for the season. (Video still)
The trainers at Pilates Health Hub are raising funds to offer treatments to cancer patients. (Contributed)

Pilates pals race to help Vernon cancer patients

Health Hub trainers taking part in triathlon Sunday

The trainers at Pilates Health Hub are raising funds to offer treatments to cancer patients. (Contributed)
Fluffy

Cat-cuddling Lumby deer causing concern

Fluffy’s story unfolds after someone hit her with a broom

Fluffy
Fluffy

Cat-cuddling Lumby deer causing concern

Fluffy’s story unfolds after someone hit her with a broom

Fluffy
Three Scotch In are on the lineup for Armstrong’s Music in the Park returning Fridays. (Morning Star file photo)

Armstrong ready to rock the park

Friday night live music lineup released

Three Scotch In are on the lineup for Armstrong’s Music in the Park returning Fridays. (Morning Star file photo)
Const. Kyle Camalush

Vernon RCMP building reconciliation with Indigenous community

Indigenous Policing Services members making a difference

Const. Kyle Camalush
The Glorious Sons will rock the Vernon Performing Arts Centre June 26. (Amanda Dawn photo)
The Glorious Sons will rock the Vernon Performing Arts Centre June 26. (Amanda Dawn photo)
Darla Smith, 11, gets her first COVID-19 vaccination at the Vernon Rec Centre recently. Children born in 2009 are eligible to be vaccinated. (Jennifer Smith - Morning Star)

New Interior Health clinics boost COVID-19 vaccination for kids

Upcoming vaccine dates in Vernon, Nelson, Revelstoke and Penticton

Darla Smith, 11, gets her first COVID-19 vaccination at the Vernon Rec Centre recently. Children born in 2009 are eligible to be vaccinated. (Jennifer Smith - Morning Star)