Local News

Solar eclipse draws huge crowd to Penticton event

Several hundred gathered at Okanagan College to watch the special event

Man to go through restorative justice after belligerence to cops

The 19-year-old has reportedly taken on some major responsibilities since the incident

Sunday bus service gets improvement in Penticton

Four hours of service added

  • Aug 21st, 2017

Firefighters respond to Theo’s Restaurant

Penticton fire was called to the restaurant late Sunday night

  • Aug 21st, 2017

UPDATE: Close to 1,000 gather to watch eclipse in Kelowna

Rare astronomical event today as Kelowna residents are gathered to watch eclipse

Road closures in Penticton for ITU on Monday

A list of times and what roads will be closed due to the International Multisport Championships on Monday.

  • Aug 21st, 2017
Solar Eclipse in Penticton
  • 9 hours ago


Township 7 goes to the dogs


    $800k for youth job training


      Few spots to fly a drone in Penticton


        Two people injured on local trails

        Penticton Search and Rescue called out for two ambulance assists Saturday

        • Aug 20th, 2017

        Township 7 goes to the dogs

        Naramata Winery devotes afternoon to fundraising for the B.C. SPCA

        Maple Blues Award winners coming to the Dream

        Paul DesLauriers and Angel Forrest are both coming to the Dream Café in the next few weeks.

        Bathtubs race on Okanagan Lake

        Fundraiser benefits Penticton Regional Hospital expansion project

        Golf for Discovery

        Annual Discovery House Golf Tournament

        Kelowna fire fighters respond to boat in trouble

        Initial report says 10 people on board a sinking boat in Okanagan Lake.

        WATCH: $800k for youth job training

        Federal cabinet minister Carla Qualtrough made the announcement at the YMCA of Okanagan in Penticton

        Penticton supports new ice plant for curling club

        Councillor said city doesn’t have luxury of time to take action

        New trades seats for Okanagan College

        New NDP government announces $196,000 to add 46 more student spaces.

        BC Ferries reports record-breaking traffic for first quarter

        Vehicle traffic was the highest it’s ever been, and passenger traffic is the highest it’s been in over 20 years for the months of April, May and June.

        Oliver developer focused on attainable housing

        Depending on design details of the units,prices would fall between $200,000 to $300,000

        • Aug 18th, 2017

        Penticton man in France to mark fateful Dieppe Raid

        A Penticton man is representing his late father at the Dieppe ceremony in France