Shou Sugi Ban – Black Is So Hot

Ancient Japanese technique of charring wood is a natural preservative

  • Aug 24th, 2018

Vancouver Island’s Green Grocers with Soul

Daisy and Adam Orser have a passion for local, quality food at the Root Cellar in Victoria

  • Aug 23rd, 2018

Raptors fly back to Vernon nature centre

Popular attraction returns for fall stint at Allan Brooks Nature Centre

Caetani writer in residence: the journey to Vernon

Writer Sophie Radermecker spent over two months in Vernon finishing her novel.

Vernon resident finds a new reason to participate in the 10th annual Ride to Conquer Cancer

The Ride to Conquer Cancer honours the 10th anniversary of record-setting fundraising for cancer research and care.

VIDEO: Your best smoke visuals

Our readers sent us their favourite photos of the smoke in the Okanagan region this week

MS sufferers reap benefits of massage

Okangan Valley College of Massage Therapy and MS Society of Canada host information session Aug. 30

Vernon families learn to prepare for move to residential care

Free Transition to Residential Care workshop Aug. 28 hosted by Alzheimer Society of B.C.

Vernon woman wins titles, advocates against bullying

Vernon woman wins International pageant title and uses platform to raise awareness for anti-bullying

Enderby blooms

Annual flower show goes Saturday at Seniors Centre

Vernon senior still lifting weights

Local weight trainer helps older population keep up their strength

OV College of Massage Therapy celebrated third annual Beach Day

The purpose of the event is to strike a balance by merging learning with nature.

Vernon back-to-school Reading Refresher Camp coming up

Help your child boost their reading skills in this one-week camp.

  • Aug 6th, 2018

Vernon fitness specialist ranked top 5 in Canada

Sareena Sharma-Nickoli runs Soul Studio in Vernon.

Temperatures about 10°C cooler at SilverStar summit

Visitors can get some relief from the heat at higher elevations.

PHOTO: Oyama Elementary mini-reunion

Bob Davison of Davison Orchards welcomes Beth (Walker) Truant of Trail. B.C.

  • Aug 6th, 2018

Gardener’s Diary: Overcoming powdery mildew

If your plants do develop powdery mildew despite your best efforts, don’t worry.

  • Aug 6th, 2018

OC graduate trains to support Indigenous community

Aboriginal Community Support Worker (ASCW) is the product of extensive consultation with Aboriginal communities throughout the Interior of B.C.

Vernon area rich with camping options

The annual Camp Saint Volodymyr runs during the second week of August.