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Former Vernon Judo Club coach facing child pornography charges has file adjourned

Former Vernon Judo Club coach facing child pornography charges has file adjourned

Bryan McLachlan will appear next Dec. 6 for arraignment

Former Vernon Judo Club coach facing child pornography charges has file adjourned
Man suffers serious head injury after bicycle crash in Vernon
Man suffers serious head injury after bicycle crash in Vernon
John McLean, left, and Halle Moger star in Okanagan Rhythmic Gymnastics and Cirque Theatre Company’s Finding Mulan, which runs at the Vernon and District Peforming Arts Centre Nov. 23-24. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)

Okanagan Rhythmic Gymnastics brings Mulan to Vernon

Finding Mulan is Nov. 23-24 at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre

John McLean, left, and Halle Moger star in Okanagan Rhythmic Gymnastics and Cirque Theatre Company’s Finding Mulan, which runs at the Vernon and District Peforming Arts Centre Nov. 23-24. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)
Vernon gym’s reverse advent calendar supports Salvation Army

Vernon gym’s reverse advent calendar supports Salvation Army

9Round Vernon is hosting a reverse advent calendar until Dec. 5

Vernon gym’s reverse advent calendar supports Salvation Army
Coldstream Creek flooded Creekside Park in Coldstream and further down stream several Kirkland Road properties were on evacuation alert this summer. (Jennifer Smith/Morning Star)

Coldstream Creek sediment removal moves ahead

Recommendation to proceed with detailed design and permitting of restored creek bank supported

Coldstream Creek flooded Creekside Park in Coldstream and further down stream several Kirkland Road properties were on evacuation alert this summer. (Jennifer Smith/Morning Star)
Curtis Wayne Sagmoen is escorted into a British Columbia Sheriff Service vehicle as rallier shout “No more stolen sisters” marking the end of the first day of his preliminary inquiry in Vernon Law Courts Monday, Oct. 22. The inquiry is scheduled to wrap up Tuesday, Oct. 23. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)

Sagmoen denied bail

Bail for Curtis Wayne Sagmoen was denied, to uproarious applause by rally supporters.

Curtis Wayne Sagmoen is escorted into a British Columbia Sheriff Service vehicle as rallier shout “No more stolen sisters” marking the end of the first day of his preliminary inquiry in Vernon Law Courts Monday, Oct. 22. The inquiry is scheduled to wrap up Tuesday, Oct. 23. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)
UPDATE: Bogarh detention order intact

UPDATE: Bogarh detention order intact

Paramjit Singh Bogarh appeared before the Supreme Court Nov. 13

UPDATE: Bogarh detention order intact
A man buries his face in his hand as Salvation Army Lt. Tinisha Reid speaks of war as part of the Remembrance Day ceremony at Kal Tire Place in Vernon Nov. 11. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)

Vernon remembers: Remembrance Day ceremony sees crowd

Nov. 11, 2018 marks 100 years since the armistice was signed

A man buries his face in his hand as Salvation Army Lt. Tinisha Reid speaks of war as part of the Remembrance Day ceremony at Kal Tire Place in Vernon Nov. 11. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)
Bowen O’Brien, a 15-year-old filmmaker, took home two awards from HorrorFest in Kelowna Oct. 26. (En Queue Film)

Vernon teen wins Best Film in Kelowna HorrorFest

Bowen O’Brien and Brian Taylor’s Adulthood took home two awards from the Oct. 26 event

Bowen O’Brien, a 15-year-old filmmaker, took home two awards from HorrorFest in Kelowna Oct. 26. (En Queue Film)
Delays continue in Vernon attempted murder case

Delays continue in Vernon attempted murder case

Tyson Darryl Cole, born 1987, will appear next Nov. 15

Delays continue in Vernon attempted murder case
A planned burn ignites the sky above the BX Wednesday, Nov. 7. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)

Planned burn ignites sky above Vernon’s BX

A registered slash burn is causing little more than a spectacular view, fire officials say

A planned burn ignites the sky above the BX Wednesday, Nov. 7. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)
Jesslyn Jarvis, registrar and curatorial assistant, shows off the Greater Vernon Museum and Archives’ Finish the Fight! Vernon in the Great War exhibit Tuesday, Nov. 6. The exhibit, which runs until March 2019, commemorates the efforts of Vernon citizens in the First World War both on the front and at home. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)

Exhibit details Vernon’s First World War efforts

Finish the Fight! Vernon in the Great War runs until March 31, 2019

Jesslyn Jarvis, registrar and curatorial assistant, shows off the Greater Vernon Museum and Archives’ Finish the Fight! Vernon in the Great War exhibit Tuesday, Nov. 6. The exhibit, which runs until March 2019, commemorates the efforts of Vernon citizens in the First World War both on the front and at home. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)
Ariel Klim’s lead role in Crimson and Blue has landed the Vernon actress a Joey Awards-nomination for Best Leading Actress in a Short Film 15-19 years. Klim will be in Vancouver for the awards ceremony Saturday, Nov. 10. (Photo courtesy of Randy Kirk/Crimson and Blue)

Vernon actress up for Joey Award

Ariel Klim is nominated for Best Leading Actress in a Short Film for her work in Crimson and Blue

Ariel Klim’s lead role in Crimson and Blue has landed the Vernon actress a Joey Awards-nomination for Best Leading Actress in a Short Film 15-19 years. Klim will be in Vancouver for the awards ceremony Saturday, Nov. 10. (Photo courtesy of Randy Kirk/Crimson and Blue)
Meagan Louis, a rally organizer, spreads a flag reading ‘no more stolen sisters,’ on the Vernon Law Courts steps Monday, Oct. 22. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)

Date set for Sagmoen bail decision

Curtis Wayne Sagmoen will appear Nov. 14 at 9:30 a.m.

Meagan Louis, a rally organizer, spreads a flag reading ‘no more stolen sisters,’ on the Vernon Law Courts steps Monday, Oct. 22. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)
Redwoods is set to rock Lorenzo’s Cafe in Ashton Creek Nov. 17. (Photo submitted)

Vancouver rockers stay true to classic roots at Lorenzo’s

Redwoods will rock Lorenzo’s Cafe in Ashton Creek Nov. 17

Redwoods is set to rock Lorenzo’s Cafe in Ashton Creek Nov. 17. (Photo submitted)
Vernon dental hygiene clinic launches veteran campaign

Vernon dental hygiene clinic launches veteran campaign

MidWest Dental Hygiene campaign will see a veteran win two hours of chair time

Vernon dental hygiene clinic launches veteran campaign
The stage will be full as the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra takes the stage with Verdi’s Requiem in Kelowna Nov. 9, Penticton Nov. 10 and Vernon Nov. 11. (OSO photo)

OSO honours Remembrance Day weekend with Requiem

Peforming in Kelowna Nov. 9, Penticton Nov. 10, Vernon Nov. 11

The stage will be full as the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra takes the stage with Verdi’s Requiem in Kelowna Nov. 9, Penticton Nov. 10 and Vernon Nov. 11. (OSO photo)
A motorcycle and a police vehicle collided on Highway 6 in Coldstream Aug. 6, 2016. (Morning Star file photo)

Okanagan cop fined for on-duty crash

Const. Megan Valenta pleaded guilty to making an unsafe u-turn in relation to 2016 accident

A motorcycle and a police vehicle collided on Highway 6 in Coldstream Aug. 6, 2016. (Morning Star file photo)
A three-vehicle crash temporarily closed a portion of 39th Avenue in Vernon Sunday, Nov. 4. The cause of the accident is not yet known. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)

Multi-vehicle crash closes Vernon street

39th Avenue closed at 13th Street due to three-vehicle crash Sunday, Nov. 4

A three-vehicle crash temporarily closed a portion of 39th Avenue in Vernon Sunday, Nov. 4. The cause of the accident is not yet known. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)
Curtis Wayne Sagmoen is escorted into a BC Sheriff Service vehicle as protesters shout “No more stolen sisters,” which marked the end of the first day of his preliminary inquiry in Vernon Law Courts Oct. 22. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)

UPDATE: Sagmoen awaits bail decision

Sagmoen’s matter will move to the judicial case manager Nov. 7 to fix a date for decision

Curtis Wayne Sagmoen is escorted into a BC Sheriff Service vehicle as protesters shout “No more stolen sisters,” which marked the end of the first day of his preliminary inquiry in Vernon Law Courts Oct. 22. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)