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Jennifer Smith

Jennifer Smith

I was born and raised in the beautiful Okanagan Valley. I graduated from Kwantlen University College with a degree in Journalism, and I'm also a proud VSS '01 alumni. Vernon has always been my home, and I've been working at The Morning Star since 2004. During my time here, I've covered a diverse range of stories, from shootings to shot put events. When I'm not working, I love to participate in my daughter's school activities. In my spare time, I enjoy yoga, hiking, camping, paddle boarding, and other water sports, as well as spending quality time with my family and friends.

Phone
250-550-7913
Email
jennifer.smith@vernonmorningstar.com

Recent Work by Jennifer

Snow in the forecast for Vernon

Snow in the forecast for Vernon

City crews ready for first snowfall of the season
History, music and workshops served at Vernon’s Caetani Centre

History, music and workshops served at Vernon’s Caetani Centre

Furhouse Textiles events create cozy, worldly music concert and tours in December
Holiday market set to Sleigh for 3 days in Vernon

Holiday market set to Sleigh for 3 days in Vernon

Giving Tuesday goes to the dogs with new Lumby foundation

Giving Tuesday goes to the dogs with new Lumby foundation

Fletcher’s Keep dedicated to supporting senior dogs needing extra care
Okanagan dealership family drives $1.5M into cancer care

Okanagan dealership family drives $1.5M into cancer care

Bannisters give where they live, supporting systemic therapy suite at BC Cancer – Kelowna
Donations needed to help Vernon kids afford Christmas gifts

Donations needed to help Vernon kids afford Christmas gifts

Children low on cash but big on heart get to shop for loved ones
Okanagan Spirits feeds homeless through Black Friday sales

Okanagan Spirits feeds homeless through Black Friday sales

Black Friday weekend pays it forward with meals for missions in Vernon and Kelowna
UPDATE: Water quality advisory ends for Westshore residents

UPDATE: Water quality advisory ends for Westshore residents

Leak repair prompted precautionary advisory for some Westside customers
North Okanagan Optimists looking for an incredible kid

North Okanagan Optimists looking for an incredible kid

First junior good citizen of the year sought
Significant investments following Vernon’s last walk-in closure: Dix

Significant investments following Vernon’s last walk-in closure: Dix

Minister of Health says doctors involved in hospital and primary care network support