Roger Knox

Busy Easter Sunday for bunny in Vernon

Furry creature spotted going for dirtbike ride, delivering goodies to the RCMP with help from pal

Anti-COVID-19 group rallies in Vernon

People unhappy with being told to stay at home and practice social distancing air beefs

Coldstream car fire under investigation

Small vehicle found ablaze two kilometres up the King Edward Lake Forest Service Road Saturday

Coronavirus cancels Lumby and Cherryville’s biggest events

The 65th annual event celebrating the village’s incorporation was set for June 12-14; will go in 2021

Former Lumby councillor fondly remembered

Ben Winters served on village council from 2005-11

Vernon high school class cancels 40-year reunion

VSS Class of 1980 planned to reunite in July; hoping to move event to 2021

Soup canned in Vernon nearly 90 years ago gets taste test

YouTube shows man taking contents from old Bulmans Cannery vegetable mix and making, eating soup

Saying it with Armstrong flowers helps local food bank

Owner of closed shop creates flower fundraiser to help Armstrong Food Bank

COVID-19: Vernon restaurant group forecasts 90% revenue loss for eateries

Pretium Restaurant Group stays positive as coronavirus pandemic affects businesses big and small

LUCK involved in new Vernon online campaign

Two Vernon women create giveLUCK to hear about the “beauty of humanity” in these troubled times

Vernon ‘larger than life’ businessman dies in sleep

King Cam was known for his hard work with cars and snowplows, and his prowess in hockey and golf

SilverStar employee tests positive for COVID-19

Australian employee was staying in staff lodging and noticed symptoms upon returning home

Spallumcheen woman hopeful for kidney donation

Joan Froats waits patiently while undergoing dialysis and living through COVID-19 crisis

North Okanagan bottle depots close due to pandemic

All depots in region now closed; major grocery stores not taking returns either

Vernon School District creates alternative plan amid pandemic

School buildings in district will not reopen as hoped on Monday, after spring break, due to pandemic

Armstrong IPE still on… for now

Future of 700 such fairs in Canada in question because of pandemic

Vernon golfer tees up with UBCO

Kendra Jones-Munk commits to Heat U-SPORTS program

Vernon woman pens own obituary

Yvonne Messner died March 18 from cancer; wrote obituary about her wonderful life

Downtown Vernon graffiti upsets heritage building owner

Reiner Stass received unsolicited ‘art’ on his 30th Avenue building and is left to foot the bill

Vernon runners saddened by school decision to cut cross-country

Thompson Rivers University eliminates cross-country running, affecting pair of Vernon runners