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Hours after finishing his last exam at Vernon Secondary, Matthew Hanna boarded a plane to the City of Saints to a taekwondo championship.
Vernon's Michael Rouault is following older brother Brett, signing with the Thompson Rivers WolfPack men's basketball team
Savannah King just wrapped up one of the most dominating distance swim careers in Canadian university history
After three seasons of smashing the competition in the college ranks, Jadon Ward is ready to ‘Run with the Pack’ at the university level.
Pat Nelson was a champion, a captain, hard working, calm, a mentor, a goal scorer, respectful.
In one corner you have the NBA’s MVP in Stephen Curry and in the other you have the league’s best player in LeBron James.
The two-time defending champion, Kwalikum Kondors were dethroned by the MEI Eagles in the B.C. AA Golf Championship.
Second annual Rotary North Okanagan Athletic Awards takes place Wednesday night
It started rough and ended even rougher with the Tigers winning 17-12 in Thompson Okanagan Junior Lacrosse League action.
A trio of defencemen and one forward from Vernon have made the ringette U20 Team B.C. for the 2015 Canada Winter Games.
Fulton Maroons looking to overcome shutout loss to VSS Panthers on opening week.
The VSS Panthers are on a mission to be the best football team in school history.
A rookie reporter recounts his time at The Morning Star
Fun 4 All Pet Resort caters to working owners, providing doggy daycare
A pair of Super Bowl champions selected a pair of Vernon football players at the Sports International Football Camp in Seattle.
There aren’t too many chances for athletes to earn bragging rights for life, but completing the Ironman World Championship is one of them.
The Vipers’ most recognizable Bostonian has returned to Vernon for a victory lap with the defending BCHL Interior Division champions.
The North Okanagan Knights’ start to their Kootenay International Junior Hockey League season has resembled a yin yang.
Vernon’s Best Business Showcase opens its doors to local businesses Saturday
The two coaches looked at each other, shrugged their shoulders and said, “Game on.”