John White

COLUMN: Vernon can take pride in junior provincial event

The volunteer crew was busy keeping time, score, and the ice conditions right on the pin.

YEAR IN REVIEW: July Farmers’ Market brought memorable performance

I shot a video of the performance and was blown away by his improv solo that fit the song perfectly.

YEAR IN REVIEW: Church fundraiser hits high gear

It shouldn’t surprise anyone that Rev. Canon Chris Harwood-Jones was willing to take a leap of faith.

Big third end key for Tardi in junior final

Colwell found himself chasing the game trying to push the offence.

Delta’s Daniels takes provincial junior crown

Delta’s Sarah Daniels took deuces in three and five and a three in nine en route to a 10-4 win.

Vernon’s Colwell punches ticket to final

Incredible 12-end odyssey in semifinal.

Heartbreaking playoff for Vernon’s McGillivray

Just when you think it’s going your way, there’s a shocking twist that flips the script.

Vernon teams to play in semi-finals Monday

It was the final round-robin games of the BC provincial junior curling championships Sunday.

McGillivray clinches, Colwell stays alive

McGillivray is looking to keep things as they are heading into the final round-robin game.

Clutch extra-end shot a winner for McGillivray

‘I think it’s one of those that’s a real team shot.’

Vernon teams in the hunt

The road to a provincial curling title often includes speedbumps, potholes and detours.

Hosts post clutch wins in BC Junior Curling opening-day action

The two Vernon teams got off to a roaring start Thursday afternoon in Draw 2.

Serious crash slows Highway 97 traffic into Vernon

Vernon RCMP, BCAS and firefighters are on the scene of a serious crash on Highway 97.

UPDATE: Crash slows Highway 97 traffic into Vernon

Vernon RCMP, BCAS and firefighters are on the scene of a serious crash on Highway 97.

White: Don’t be a Scrooge like me

It gets to the point where you simply can’t avoid Christmas no matter how hard you try.

Vernon’s Colwell sets focus on home provincials

The provincials are the biggest stage in the game for B.C. curlers.

Depleted Vernon Vipers run out of gas against West Kelowna

West Kelowna’s Lucas Cullen was the offensive power on the night.

Home, sweet home for Vernon provincial curling reps

Focus will shift from personal improvement to lifting the team dynamic.

Vernon Vipers lose nailbiter in Prince George

Another plus was the solid play of newly acquired goaltender Bradley Cooper.

COLUMN: I feel confident (Brain: hold my beer)

We’re starting today’s lesson with a definition.