Katherine Mortimer

The dog squad is ready to help

Crowdfunding to assist low-income families in Mexico with vaccinating their dogs and puppies

Therapy dogs continue to bring care and comfort

The St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program is always in need of volunteers

Plane Positive

Living near the airport is a blessing, says Joy Stobbe

Curling rink parking lot under construction

Vernon Recreation Centre begins much-needed reconstruction of parking lot

Donations accepted for animals in need

CDART is collecting food, cash and other donations for animals affected by the B.C. wildfires

Armstrong church celebrates 110 years

First Baptist Church in Armstrong marks a milestone

Fieldstone serves up dinner

Fieldstone Organics hosted Meal in the Field June 16 for 14 guests

Parents protest Coldstream school changes

Coldstream Elementary School parents ask trustees to reconsider decision to move kids to Kidston

All Saints is restoring its future

All Saints Anglican Church looks to members and the community for help in repairing its leaky hall

Ca-punc it! hits YouTube

Kevin Bader puts a fun twist on the rules of writing for his Grade 6/7 students

Contest invites photographers to capture the Okanagan

Grannies à Gogo’s 2017 photo contest which will result in a 2018 calendar

Kids invited to paint in the park

It’s Art Gone Wild! in Armstrong

Pick up a few books for summer

Don’t let the Kal Lake Road construction prevent you from making your way to the Book Warehouse

Kal Pier

There seems to be an odd reaction to the goings on of…

Kidnapped girls

At the beginning of May the world was informed that 82 of…

Polson Park

As a newcomer to Vernon, I am saddened by how this park…

Quiet lakes

Hasn’t it been nice enjoying the lakes and beaches absent of powered…

Recycling program a concern

Over and over again seniors and people with disabilities complain about this…

Transit lacking

How wonderful to have new buses added to Vernon Transit. Wonderful I…

Big buddies provide welcome leadership

Elementary students find mentors in the Harwood-Seaton Big Buddy Program