Shoe shopping

Donna Holmes looks over boots for sale at the She Shoe Swaps…

  • May 18th, 2017

Bee-Witched casts winning spell

Team takes top spot in LASS Spelling Bee for third time.

  • May 15th, 2017

Team achieves stairclimb goal

Dan Roddick and Jessy Horsfield are in high spirits after having climbed…

Big Bike pedals through Vernon

The Morning Star team joined Tourism Vernon and the City of Vernon on the Heart & Stroke Foundation’s Big Bike today

COLUMN: Composting your excess calories

One of the bad habits I adopted as a parent is eating my children’s leftover food.

  • May 11th, 2017

No bike ban on all Chase sidewalks

Downtown subject to restrictions.

Meet your farmer: Sterling Springs Chicken


Canstructing for charity


Meet your farmer: Samosa Lady


First week of May forecast


FRIENDS AND NEIGHBOURS: Student influenced by stay in Japan

Koryn DeVries graduated half a year early and decided to live for a year in Inashiki, Japan

  • May 6th, 2017

Ducks keep cool by the pool

Mother duck and ducklings make temporary home at Shuswap Lodge

  • May 5th, 2017

Chase Skate Park closer to reality

Behind the scenes steel work ongoing for new facility.

  • May 4th, 2017

Construction starts on Larch Hills chalet expansion

Offers of volunteer labour and material donations towards the project are still needed

CANstructing for a cause

CANstruction is underway once again at Orchard Park Mall.

  • May 2nd, 2017

Donation to assist rescue response

Eagle Valley Rescue Society awarded $10,000 in communications gear.

  • May 1st, 2017

The May Day forecast

The first week of May starts out cloudy, but temperatures will reach 26 C by Thursday.

Black Press papers shine at Ma Murrays

Papers from all around B.C. took home awards in almost every single category

When coin collecting is really cool

Retired Mountie Gord Brennan and Orange County Sheriff Bob Peterson issued a challenge this week

Local celebrates 105th birthday

Irene LaFrance turned 105 on April 13

Culinary careers on display

More than a dozen employers were in attendance including restaurants, wineries, hotels and tourism organizations.