Morning Star Staff

North Westside residents can dispose bulky items

Large household items can be dropped off at North Westside Transfer Station Oct. 7-14

Cops For Kids ride wraps in Okanagan

No pomp, no circumstance for end of milestone 20th anniversary fundraising bicycle trip

Vernon’s Tolko Industries backs Orange Shirt Day contest

Art contest is open to kids from kindergarten to Grade 12

Vernon Vipers announce exhibition schedule

Snakes to play 12 games prior to December against Salmon Arm, West Kelowna and Penticton

Protest planned after Vernon man’s probation conditions lifted

Richard Slobodian had his probation order cancelled in B.C. Provincial Court Sept. 14

Travel from Coldstream to Lake Country along Kal Crystal Waters trail

Completed extension on Kal Crystal Waters trail uses historic highway

Bird evacuated from potential BX home fire

BX-Swan Lake firefighters were called to the home near Swan Lake just after 11 a.m. Thursday

United Way Southern Interior child safety program expands

Families in need to receive car seats and baby care packages

Vernon officer proud of Cops For Kids work

Const. Nick Reimann now in his seventh year on ride, sits as board director on foundation

National award for City of Vernon

City captures asset management honour in 2020 Sustainable Communities Awards

Person sent to hospital after golf cart rollover at Vernon course

Incident happened at Predator Ridge’s The Ridge course Sunday, Sept. 13

Vernon police find air pistol following weapons complaint

Incident happened near Polson Park Friday, Sept. 11

Vernon Photography Club clicking along through COVID

Zoom meetings feature critiques, guest speakers

Police on alert for distracted Okanagan drivers

Month-long campaign focuses on drivers not paying attention behind the wheel

Lumby toastmasters group holds virtual open house

Monashee Toastmasters will exhibit an actual meeting for prospective newcomers Tuesday, Sept. 22

Air quality bulletin still in place for Okanagan

Smoke from U.S. wildfires has made its way north

Vernon business gives A&W’s MS fundraiser a boost

KingFisher donates $500 to Buy a Burger, Beat MS campaign last month

Remembering Mona: Vernon businesswoman dearly missed by family, friends

Mona Elliott, longtime co-owner of what is now The Cowboy’s Choice, died Sept. 11, 2010

Back Enderby Road project extended in township

Culvert replacement project in Spallumcheen to take another week

Construction to slow traffic on Vernon’s Tronson Road

The work will take place in the 7200 block from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday