Katherine Mortimer

Vernon museum hosts community displays

Frances Bennett brings her tatting skills to the display, A Tatting Tale

Street closed in downtown Vernon for paving

30th Street will be closed Nov. 22 and 23 betwen 31st and 32nd Avenues

Bread of Life bakery in Ukraine is bringing hope to war-torn country

Mission Eurasia supports projects throughout eastern Ukraine

A dog named Precious provides assistance to veteran

Alan McMahon is a Korean War veteran in Vernon whose service dog has enriched his life

Crafters help create Christmas memories

Teddy bears, stars, jams and jellies: Christmas begins at 15th Annual Artisans Store in Vernon

Qiology Pro connects Vernon to Mumbai and beyond

Qiology Pro is an online source for metaphysics professionals around the world

Winter sneaks in early in the North Okanagan

Year after year, that first snowfall of the season always comes as a shock

Vernon nurse Judy Douglas shares expertise at a rural clinic in Haiti

With OSAPO, Dr. Jean-Marius Gardy approaches health care with the “teach-a-man-to-fish” philosophy

A shared vision for helping their community

Lions Clubs in Armstrong and Enderby and Royal Canadian Legion in Armstrong host fundraising dinner

Help is available for learning disabilities

Vernon chapter of the Learning Disabilities Association of B.C. provides a wide range of services

From the beach to the vineyard

Beach Bum Tours in Lake Country offers Okanagan winery tours with a twist

Heron Grove throws a party with a purpose

The Vernon campus of care raises $7,000 at annual fundraiser

Erica and Rachel dance for Canada

Vernon dancers Erica and Rachel Vaz take their years of training to world championships in Germany

Sveva takes the stage

New play remembers the Caetani family as part of Vernon’s SvevaFest, which celebrates Sveva Caetani

Feldenkrais offers a new way to move

Feldenkrais practitioner Brent Kisilevich has opened Okanagan Feldenkrais in downtown Vernon

Stork Report

Parents in the North Okanagan welcome their newest family member

Vernon writer has story featured in new Canadian anthology

Grace Wulff, author and hospital chaplain, has written a story for Christmas with Hot Apple Cider

Family recipe is given new life with inspiration from a beloved dog

Quinn’s Dog Cookies is a Vernon business that bakes up all-natural biscuits from an old family recipe

Skills training and support brought Christie back to school

Editor’s note: This month, WorkBC is celebrating Disability Employment Month in British…

AT RANDOM: High school journey begins

Vernon secondary school teachers start Grade 8 students off on the right foot