Local News

Hwy. 97 reopened after Trout Creek collision

No details on injuries or cause yet

  • Oct 22nd, 2017

Rollover closes road

No serious injuries reported in a rollover off South Main in Penticton

  • Oct 21st, 2017

Student leadership conference hits home

Nearly 500 Grade 5 students taking part in leadership conference in Penticton

Regional district and city hoping to curb bad recycling behaviours

City of Penticton and the RDOS are teaming up to eliminate contaminates

Penticton patient care tower fundraising going strong

About $14.3 million in donations for the Penticton hospital has come in

Exercising her right to fight

Thinking inside the box helped push Geneva Kostashen through cancer treatment

Penticton Zombie Walk
    Mystical Arts of Tibet
      SOEC Party on the Plaza
        Wrestlers to invade Kelowna, Vernon

          Council approves all tax exemption requests

          List includes charities, service groups and the Penticton Golf and Country Club

          Three calls, two fires, half an hour

          Oliver Volunteer Fire Department was kept busy Thursday evening

          Alzheimer’s society hosting Coffee Break

          Local Alzheimers office hosting fundraiser and meet and greet.

          Spirit Ridge rebranding to Hyatt Hotels

          First resort in Canada to join Hyatt’s exclusive Unbound Collection

          October power disruptions planned

          Summerland to upgrade switches at electrical substation

          Recycling pays off for Penticton man

          Recycle-It to Win-It contest winner is from Penticton

          Landlord wants city to crackdown on derelict properties

          Landowner says Penticton needs to devote more resources to bylaw enforcement

          Entrepreneur club formed at high school

          Participating students will learn skills and pitch business plans before a panel

          • Oct 19th, 2017

          Regional district meeting gets heated

          Accusations of a director bullying and threatening staff surfaced

          • Oct 19th, 2017

          Scotties Tournament of Hearts volunteers get a free ride

          Penticton approves free transit for Tournament of Hearts volunteers

          Refrigeration mechanics students grapple with Fernie’s deadly leak

          ‘Something happened that created an immediate danger, and these guys were in the middle’: instructor

          Bizarre sentencing turns up questions of guilt

          It’s unclear whether a Summerland man will stand trial or return for another sentencing hearing

          Water main fixed, cleanup underway

          Crews expect Lakeshore Drive to be open to vehicles by 4 p.m.