Penticton News Staff

Final crack of the bat with Endless Summer Classic

Players put it on the line in Penticton at the Endless Summer Classic Slo-Pitch tournament

Inside the fire

Keremeos firefighters got a feel for the heat in Penticton’s training grounds this week

Vital community conversations

The Community Foundation South Okanagan Similkameen is hosting forums in Summerland and Osoyoos

Ban on open fires lifted

City of Penticton lifts ban on open burning within city limits

Updated: Missing man last seen in Osoyoos located

RCMP were asking for the public’s assistance in finding Arthur Harnum

AlleyCATS holding book sale, AGM this weekend

The AGM is expected to elect a new board of directors and go over financial statements

Plenty of entries for #Key2SOEC contest

About 5,500 have entered so far, with just under a week left for entries

Penticton crash kills motorcycle rider

The crash occurred Tuesday morning a Upper Bench Road and Johnson Road

Body pulled from Tuc-El-Nuit Lake

The man is believed to be a 37-year-old Mexican national, according to South Okanagan RCMP

Penticton issues fire bylaw order

Penticton is closing all natural areas inside city limits to smoking and off-road vehicles

Penticton renews an old friendship

Penticton-Ikeda Sister City Society looking to build on successful visit

Audience split on foul language in The Norwegians

Some have criticized profanity in the play, but the group says it’s appealed to a new audience

Dance troupe performing in Main Street block party tonight

Beat the Streets will be performing with West Hammock in Main Street’s 400 block

Young ones roll up their sleeves to help wildfire evacuees

A group of kids in Princeton set up a lemonade stand, with proceeds going to evacuees

Fatal motorcycle crash in OK Falls

The driver of a motorcycle was pronounced dead at the scene Wednesday afternoon

Transit travel made easier

The South Okanagan-Similkameen Transit System will make travel easier for customers.

Canada 150 project focuses on black cottonwoods

The tree, at risk of endangerment, is culturally significant for Okanagan’s indigenous community

South Okanagan General Hospital emergency closing due to lack of doctors

The department will close Friday at 6 p.m. and open again Saturday at 8 a.m.

Brasserie opens up after Ginza fire on Front Street

The restaurant’s owners say they just had smoke damage to deal with

State of Local Emergency declared for Red Wing

No evacuations ordered yet for the resort near Penticton