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It is fitting Tax Freedom Day usually falls in mid-June.
Mayor Andrew Jakubeit said one of the lessons city council learned was the need better engagement with the population.
There is no doubt that using a cell phone or worse, texting, takes your attention away from driving.
Changes to the Freedom of Information and Privacy Act will gravely damage the media's ability to conduct investigations.
Next year will be the 40th anniversary of Penticton’s sister city relationship with Ikeda, Japan.
School closures are probably inevitable, if not now, then later.
In Penticton, our library had to cut Sunday from their schedule in order to be able to continue operating under their budget.
The numbers can’t be surprising but they are interesting nonetheless.
Over the years, David Kampe has consistently refused to have the spotlight turned on himself.
At this time of year, the Canada Revenue Agency tax scam, in particular, is making its return like clockwork.
If you haven’t been accused of being a NIMBY in Penticton, just be patient. Chance are you will be, sooner or later.
Over the last four or five years, we’ve often referred to tourism marketing in Penticton as being on a roller coaster.
However big or small the number of fires caused by humans is, it’s still too large.
Running a decision-making meeting that late into the evening should be a cause for concern.
When, exactly, did the sound of children laughing and playing become unpleasant to listen to?
Mike de Jong is a Renaissance man. In an odd, back-to-the-future kind of way.
A $29-billion deficit budget seems a bit more than Canadians bargained for.
Penticton has a problem with its public buildings.
Last Saturday, First things First hosted their first Solar Fair in the Centre of Excellence at Okanagan College.
Yesterday we once again recognized the women in our world on International Women’s Day.