Morning Star Staff

Vernon Tigers strike first in TOJLL semifinal

Vernon beats South Okanagan Flames 10-6 in Oliver; can wrap series at home Monday

Vernon man injured in Portugal fall

Matthew Araujo seriously injured in fall on Canada Day travelling in Europe

Vernon man named 2018 OPP Veteran of the Year

After a successful career with the OPP, Andrew Maksymchuk returned to B.C. to retire in Vernon

Thunder Boyz Productions joins forces with Thrash Wrestling

TBPI production team to film matches on July 26-27 in Vernon and Kamloops

Canada’s “Queen of the Fiddle” to perform in Vernon this fall

Natalie MacMaster to perform at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre Thursday, October 24

Artisans wanted for annual Enderby Festival

The Enderby Arts Festival Artisan Market slated to take place Saturday July 27

Bug Guys are back

The popular show is returning to the Greater Vernon Museum and Archives Saturday, July 27 and Saturday, August 24

Business owners can be wildfire prepared

“The first step in managing any kind of emergency is to be as prepared as possible”

Juno nominated roots artist to perform in Vernon

Oliver Swain and Diemm to perform at Gallery Vertigo on July 18

RCMP conducting boat pre-checks in Vernon

Volunteers at Paddlewheel Park boat launch

Tolko and Pinnacle partner on pellet project

Vernon-based lumber giant pairs up for another plant in Alberta, like the one in Lavington

Okanagan maps make buying local easier

Buy Local BC launches maps with 125 listings, including 77 farms

No swimming at Kin Beach

A Water Quality Advisory has been issued for Kin Beach due to high bacterial counts

Vernon Champion celebrated for compassion and caretaking

“I try to help newcomers from the Philippines adjust to the lifestyle here and work together to get involved with the community”

Vernon player triple winner at home court tennis event

Kalamalkla Club director Meryl Ogden wins three events at club’s Canada Day Open tourney

Civic Sounds rained out

The first concert of the summer cancelled due to rain in the forecast

Coldstream owner reunited with stolen property

Kids’ stuff and family photos found abandoned in Lake Country returned after RCMP issue plea

One year anniversary of missing Lumby man approaches

Ryan Duncan was last seen in the Lumby area on July 17, 2018

North Okanagan residents encouraged to take community survey

The Community Foundation of the North Okanagan is participating in a province-wide survey to learn more about its residents

Vernon, North Okanagan teachers, worker finalists for Premier’s Awards

Three teachers and a Indigenous education worker nominated for Excellence in Eduaction awards