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Valley First Granfondo benefits economy, communities across South Okanagan
All ages wrestling show at the Penticton Legion on Saturday with proceed donated to B.C. Children's Hospital.
Reader replies to criticism of previous letter about Israeli/Palestinian conflict
Reader said it is time to end excessive government spending
Okanagan movie reviewers give their thoughts on Rock Of Ages.
Like many other young entrepreneurs, Andrew Verge’s dream of running a successful small business hasn’t come without its challenges.
Okanagan movie reviewers offer their insight on The Dictator starring Sacha Baron Cohen.
Columnist concerned of attack on environmentalists and environmental laws by Harper government.
Discover Camping noted a 41 per cent increase in opening day reservations over last year
The world-class rock-climbing destination and provincial park near Penticton is growing.
Taylor and Howe review Safe House, starring Ryan Reynolds
After an absence of two years, the popular West Coast Lumberjack Show is back at Peachfest
Okanagan Hockey School distances itself from dormitory developer
Skaha Park is about to expand as City crews prepare to begin construction on a new park area.
Bill Bidlake, who has been principal at Penticton Secondary since the rebuilt school opened in 2008, will be retiring this year.
As of Feb. 8, organizers of the Rock the Peach festival have confirmed seven acts out of 16 for the three-day event in July.
Okanagan Symphony Orchestra is carrying on their tradition of performances in celebration of Christmas with an upcoming Penticton concert.
Renewed confidence in the economy prompts demand for construction trades workers.
For several months, artists of the Ullus Collective have been exploring the theme of prophesy in indigenous culture.
The 14th Annual Okanagan Short Story Contest is now accepting stories from writers in the Okanagan region.