Katherine Mortimer

Starting the conversation

Embrace is a documentary that encourages everyone to love the bodies they’ve been given

Argyll’s Got Talent

At Argyll School, the talents of dance and acting students are showcased in The Emperor’s New Clothes

Saving a piece of history

Once holding pride of place in one-room school house, historical plaque has travelled across Canada

Feeding hummingbirds

Hummingbirds are a delightful and welcome visitor, but keeping feeders clean is essential

Vernon School District adds rowing academy

Rowing program is the latest offering for students in Grades 10 to 12, starting spring 2018

Veteran writes the life he knows

Vernon writer Hugh Rayment celebrates the launch of his 10th book

Stork Report

Babies born to parents in the North Okanagan April 20, 2017 to May 11, 2017

Morels are now in season

The foodies’ delicacy is here for a short time; take advantage of them while they are still in season

Refugees share their story

Gabriel Newman facilitates discussion at the Vernon Museum

Where horses are the teachers

At Brave Horse, Miranda Griffin has combined her love of horses with helping people

Beairsto goes to the polls

Students learn about the electoral process and cast their votes

Getting a taste of politics

Grade 10 student Corbin Kelley is youth chair of the B.C. Liberals

A boost for education

Rev. Dr. Lawrence Mascarenhas gives poor students in India a chance to further their education

Sisters have a heart for fundraising

Naomi and Sarah Watson take jumping rope to a whole new level

Ready to Unplug and Play

It’s time for old-fashioned fun at the Vernon Museum with Grandma’s Toy Box

Candidates focus on education

All candidates forum brings together the four candidates for Vernon-Monashee

Ron James brings his brand of energetic comedy

Ron James puts the Pedal To The Medal in shows across Canada

Lumby program brews up support

Lumby supports the Suspended Coffee program with a lot of enthusiasm

Veteran makes sure no one forgets

Horrors of the Second World War remembered

Caregivers also need support

A weekend retreat gives caregivers a break from their responsibilities