Roger Knox

Vernon man rolls out wheelchair shuttle business

North Okanagan Wheelchair Shuttle to help people in rural areas get to and from appointments

Vernon rink rolling into Brier

Jim Cotter foursome looking for elusive first Canadian men's curling championship

Greater Vernon senior cycling program wheels into second year

Special 'trishaws' saw 500 rides and 4,200 kilometres in debut year

Greater Vernon senior cycling program wheels into second year

Special 'trishaws' saw 500 rides and 4,200 kilometres in debut year

WATCH: Pink cupcakes on frontline against bullying in Vernon

Organizations, schools take part to help end bullying on Pink Shirt Day

Vernon protest draws close to 40 people

Earth Strike Vernon holds peaceful rally in support of Wet'suwet'en people and land

Vernon protest draws close to 40 people

Earth Strike Vernon holds peaceful rally in support of Wet'suwet'en people and land

Coldstream back selected to Canada U20 rugby squad

Isaac (Ike) Olson currently on tour in Portugal, expected to play in World Cup in September

Vernon Winter Carnival 60s theme a hit with residents

Milestone 60th anniversary Carnival wrapped up Sunday

Vernon tennis player makes hit with maple syrup

Vasek Pospisil caught downing Canadian syrup straight from bottle between games of France final

Vernon tennis player makes hit with maple syrup

Vasek Pospisil caught downing Canadian syrup straight from bottle between games of France final

Generations gather for family game at Vernon bowling centre

Four generations from the Block family enjoy fun family outing

Vernon Vipers OK with realignment

Prince George and expansion Cranbrook added to BCHL Interior Conference for 2020-21

Okanagan player gets taste of life as pro soccer player

Daxton Podollan chosen to attend camp in Portugal

Vernon player gets taste of life as pro soccer player

Daxton Podollan chosen to attend camp in Portugal

Vernon barber still cutting along at 86

Ted Enns is on-call at Country Squire Barbers and Stylists, the shop he founded in 1967

North Zone Kings split games; Midget Vipers host seven-team event

Bantam Kings go 1-1 vs Thompson Blazers; Bannister Honda Vipers play four round-robin games at KTPN

Vernon Miracle Bucket Society founder fondly remembered

Lezley Wright succumbed to cancer at age 57 on Dec. 7

Vernon multi-sport athlete cracks Team BC roster, wins major award

Jonathan Fraser-Monroe, 15, will compete at North American Indigenous Games in 2020

Armstrong thrift store set for renovations

The Bargain Bin will close facility Jan. 14, but open small retail outlet in Oddfellows Hall