Artist uses his and other noggins for education

When wildlife biologist-turned-artist Pat Field put his thinking cap on one day,…

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Okanagan Fest of Ale showcases charity support

Penticton event continues to showcase craft brewing industry while donating thousands to community

  • Mar 23rd, 2017

Leave the babies alone

The public is being reminded to not touch baby owls and raptors they find in the wild

  • Mar 22nd, 2017

Vernon woman wins dream trip to China

Cindy Keith has won an all-expenses paid trip to China where she will document her 11-day trip to share it with you.

Spring has sprung

Residents explain how they survived the extended winter now that spring is finally here

OneWorld Multicultural Festival


170210-PWN-Mosaic movie


Horses on the run


Students meet the Vees in Penticton


Preserving lakefront by pitching in

Volunteers will be armed with supplies to clean trash along Osoyoos Lake on April 1

  • Mar 20th, 2017

Gandalf the goat in need of home

Gandalf was found wandering on someone’s property before the BC SPCA was called

  • Mar 20th, 2017

$1.45 million to be invested in our communities this year

The United Way CSO celebrated its 2016 campaign last week, recognizing more than 100 community partners that made it all possible.

  • Mar 20th, 2017

Fehr receives Rotary’s Unsung Citizen Award

Penticton-Okanagan Rotary Club recognized Tracy Fehr for the work she does to support charities

  • Mar 18th, 2017

Planning an age-friendly community

Okanagan-Similkameen receives grant for accessibility planning in Naramata

South Okanagan man to receive Good Citizenship award

Edwin Findlater recognized for his dedication to the needs of veterans and those facing hardships

  • Mar 17th, 2017

Dealing with dementia

Upcoming Investors Group Walk for Alzheimer’s fundraiser across Okanagan helps those afflicted with disease and their families.

BC Transit driver living his dream

Saturday is international Transit Driver Appreciation Day

Student’s poem pays off for charity

Kaedan Rosman, 11, wins a $5,000 contribution to Habitat for Humanity in Kelowna

Name those puppies

The RCMP wants your help in naming their next set of police service dogs

Spooked pig corralled

Louie the pig escaped his crate and took off running Thursday night near the airport

  • Mar 16th, 2017

In you to give

The next blood donor clinic takes place March 20 at the Penticton Seniors Drop In Centre

  • Mar 16th, 2017

Connecting neighbourhoods, one small grant at a time

Neighbourhood Small Grants program returns to the South Okanagan and Similkameen

Youth summit breaks silence about mental health

About 200 youth from around the Okanagan took part in a day-long mental healt summit last week