Morning Star Staff

Vernon physio’s registration cancelled

Stephen Witvoet is facing sentencing on nine counts of sexual assault

Armstrong IPE fate still in question

Board forging on but will not put staff and community at risk

Vernon resident has 10 ideas for roadway space change

COVID-19: Bruce Mol sends list to council in wake of recommendations on reallocating roadway space

Vernon resident snaps swell photo

Huge wave on Kalamalka Lake captured during Saturday’s heavy winds

Vernon nature centre offers resources for parents, teachers

Allan Brooks Nature Centre’s doors are closed but they can still be a valuable teaching tool

Reservists sequestered at Vernon Army Camp

Army seeking to build force of reliably COVID-free soldiers ready to help vulnerable populations.

Vernon nature centre hires Spallumcheen woman as manager

Cheryl Hood brings diverse experience and a love of nature to the position

Vernon-North Okanagan RCMP say thanks to volunteers

More than 70 people help out voluntarily in a number of RCMP programs

Nominations sought for North Okanagan athletic awards

The 27th annual Tim Hortons honours will be announced in June; entry deadline is May 30

COVID-19: Vernon Army Camp summer activities cancelled

Camp has been in use every summer since after the end of Second World War

Vernon resource aims to help seniors in COVID-19 crisis

NexusBC has teamed up with partners to help with groceries, pharmacy deliveries and meal prep

Thefts from mailboxes spike in North Okanagan: RCMP

Vernon-North Okanagan RCMP have received 33 complaints from all areas since Jan. 1

Seven Vernon Vipers part of league record for college commitments

A total of 172 BC Hockey League players agreed to US or Canadian schools in the 2019-20 season

Coffee with Spallumcheen mayor meetings percolating

Meetings with Mayor Christine Fraser will be held electronically starting May 6

Vernon bottle depots set to reopen

Chasers Bottle Depot and Interior Freight and Bottle Depot have implemented social distancing rules

North Okanagan municipalities comply with burn ban

Township of Spallumcheen, City of Armstrong have banned open burning, like the rest of the province

Vernon hospital campaign funds contribute during pandemic

Eight new bladder scanners and vital sign machines distributed to nine different VJH departments

Public helps RCMP slow, stop North Okanagan erratic driver

Incident happened northbound on Highway 97 near Vernon; suspected drug overdose on part of driver

North Okanagan Winterlude proposed to brighten spirits

Community-wide gathering at Armstrong’s IPE Fairgrounds proposed for first weekend in December

Vernon to host national taekwondo finals

Canadian championships in 2021 will be held at Kal Tire Place featuring more than 500 athletes