Morning Star Staff

Vernon paddleboard teams take on Mother Nature, raise $5,000+

One adult, one youth team battled inclement weather to raise $ to help families dealing with cancer

Vernon United soccer squads start seasons

Two teams take part in Surrey tournament; U18 boys nearly pull off incredible rally

Vernon table tennis club making racket

Club hosts event and sends trio to large tourney on Vancouver Island

Vernon Vipers fall to Prince George – again

Spruce Kings win 11th straight BCHL playoff game, 3-1; take 2-0 Fred Page Cup final lead

Become an organ donor, you could save a life

National Organ and Tissue and Awareness Donation Week takes place April 21-27.

Caught in the middle of folk and jazz

The band will be at Coldstream Coffee House Event for April 20 for the ‘Open Mic’.

PHOTOS: Seaton Fashion Show

Check out some of the shots from the show last week.

Three Pianists Negotiate One Piano

Marcel and Elizabeth Bergmann and Sarah Hagen showed versatility and virtuosity throughout the April concert.

Vernon champion preserves Japanese heritage

Upon learning about her parent’s internment, Janice Buick has made it her goal to share her knowledge of Japanese heritage with future generations

Kal Lake taps turned back on for Vernon water customers

Turbidity returned to normal for Kalamalka water source

Tax hike lower than predicted in Vernon

Rising property values prompt city to reduce tax increase for 2019

Vernon pool closure scheduled

Repairs need to be made to a cooling system in the lap pool air handling unit before warmer weather hits.

Alleged prohibited driver fails to flee from Vernon police

Both Vernon suspects remain in custody to appear on future court dates.

Vernon auto body shop achieves certification only 5 per cent of Canadian mechanics can

Fix Auto Vernon North is now officially Collision Care Certified.

Vernon auto body shop achieves certification only 5 per cent of Canadian mechanics can

Fix Auto Vernon North is now officially Collision Care Certified.

I’m Real brand Dehydrated Premium Mango recalled

The B.C.-wide recall was made because the product contains sulphites which are not properly declared on the label.

Vernon accepting grant applications

Applications are accepted until 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 30.

Armstrong toastmaster aims high

Robin Procter recently won the 3rd level Division L Toastmasters contest held in Vernon

OUR HISTORY: Driving class

Graduates from the Volunteer Auxiliary Drivers Corps - GM in 1940 gather for class picture

Popular Vernon auction funds help international projects

Monies from Kal Rotary Dream Auction earmarked for overseas use