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Air quality expected to remain at a high risk throughout the Okanagan Monday night
Local wineries come out on top in national awards
RDOS experimenting with keeping Campbell Mountain Landfill open on long weekends.
The Community Foundation of the South Okanagan awarded bursaries to 17 students
Travel Penticton pushing hard to send the message it’s summer as usual in Penticton
The Compass Court project will go to public hearing at city council’s August 15 meeting.
The Penticton Art Gallery wants to provide an alternative view to the Canada 150 celebrations
ONA is predicting just shy of 25,000 salmon will make it through to Osoyoos and Skaha this year
Bat sightings increasing in hot, dry mid-summer
Neighbours have been complaining about a Westminster Avenue property since 2009
The cleanup of the west Skaha Lake beach is underway
The new hotel is proposed for four properties on Eckhardt Avenue.
If successful, this hotel would fill four vacant lots near the northern gateway to Penticton
Parkers Chrysler continues support for Discovery House
The Penticton Public Library is aiming to keep a new digital literacy program free for participants
Dan Ashton says Clark left a strong legacy
Penticton’s top cop says stats only paint a partial picture
Two-sheet arena option is expensive, but ticks all the boxes
For nearly four decades Powder Blues has been Canada’s leading blues band.