Vernon News Staff

Choir presents a cozy collection of Christmas tunes

Tapestry Women’s Choir and Fireflies Children’s Choir take the Armstrong Bible Chapel stage Dec. 16

Worship night celebrates with Christmas concert

Hear The Music is back with a Christmas concert Dec. 17 at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre

Vernon family gives back for Christmas with contest

A local family is gearing up to spread holiday cheer to children around the world

B.C. Conservatives applaud Site C decision

B.C. Conservatives happy with government decision to proceed

Choir brings taste of Celtic and maritime fun to Vernon

Okanagan Celtic Choir presents second annual evening of classic Christmas carols and down-home fun

Community theatre gears up for holiday happenings

Asparagus Theatre presents its winter production of The Asparagus Variety Show Extravaganza

Getting to know Queen Silver Star candidates

Miss We Care Home Health Services candidate Mariya Blades

Vernon photographer raises funds for mission trip

A local photographer has a mission with his photography. Jordan McGrath’s photo…

Child care spaces approved for Lumby

The provincial government is working towards its promise of improving child care,…

North Okanagan Pipes & Drums marks five years of playing together

Band welcomes new members anytime — from beginner to experienced

Vernon duo set to rock Spinners

Virgil Caine is the newest musical project for James Taylor and Charlie Veaudry

Vocal studio announces holiday concerts

The Paul Moore Vocal Studio welcomes everyone to attend their Christmas concert Dec. 10 in Vernon

Christmas open house milestone for gallery

Nadine’s Fine Art and Frames is celebrating its 13th annual Christmas Open House Dec. 1

O’Keefe Ranch Christmas takes a trip through nostalgia

O’Keefe Ranch offers Victorian Christmas as a weekend to celebrate the holidays Dec. 9 and 10

Racquetball national team selection played through Vernon

The event brought 26 of Canada’s top athletes to Rosters Sports Club Nov. 24-26

PHOTOS: Vernon shines in annual Light Up

Holiday lights illuminated the streets as people of all ages enjoyed the annual festivities

Single vehicle rollover near Predator Ridge

RCMP attended the scene shortly after 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 26

Strong winds to hit southern Interior

Environment Canada says winds of up to 80 km/h will occur in regions across the south Interior today

North Okanagan-Shuswap School District faces capacity challenges

Space and capacity challenges highlighted at district school board of education meeting in Armstrong

Addiction prevention highlighted in panel

The panel and resource fair runs at the Vernon Recretion Centre auditorium Nov. 23