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Theft of items from unlocked work truck

Activities of the police during the past week

Would-be thieves caught in the act

Two attempted break and enters were stopped in progress

How good is being a woman in Kelowna?

Kelowna ranked 13th in nationwide study

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Student cross country racers in Naramata
    Penticton Business excellence awards
      No body found in torched house
        House fire on Lakeside Road

          Handgun among firearms stolen from vehicle

          Three firearms stolen from parked vehicle on Winnipeg Street

          Fire chief speaks out against barrel burning after grassfre

          Keremeos fire department was called to a small grass fire caused by items being burned in a barrel.

          • Oct 17th, 2017

          UPDATED: Man last seen in lake is safe

          Kamloops man observed in Okanagan Lake near Vernon is safe.

          • Oct 16th, 2017

          Five-year lease renewal for Penticton Tennis Club

          Club asked for assurances from the City of Penticton in August before proceeding with repairs

          Penticton retirement home employees rally

          The union is calling for better compensation at the undermanned retirement home

          Damage from spring floods estimated at over $600,000 in Penticton

          The province is expected to cover more than half the costs of repairing Penticton’s lakeshore

          Kimberley man pays it back to home town

          Mike Gould donates $7.5 million to Kimberley Dynamiters and Kimberley Minor Hockey.

          8 months in jail for Highway 3 crime spree

          In a day, a crime duo travelled 466 km in three stolen vehicles under the influence of hard drugs

          Wrestlers to invade Kelowna, Vernon

          Invasion Championship Wrestling cards this weekend raises money for children’s charities

          Investing in adult learners across the Interior

          Province funding community-based, adult literacy programs in Okanagan and Columbia-Shuswap.

          Former city councillor Gus Boersma remembered as a true “gentleman”

          Gus Boersma, who served terms on city council in Fernie and Penticton, has died.

          Shared Okanagan watershed highlighted in film premiere

          “It’s a real coming together of people on either side of the watershed…”

          Busy weekend ahead at SOEC complex

          City of Penticton reminding people of the transit options for attending events

          Businessman loses battle with cancer

          Don Robertson, owner of Elliott Row Mens’ Wear in Penticton, died this weekend

          VIDEO: Firefighters come to aid of trapped horse

          Fell into ditch in Langley park and couldn’t get out

          • Oct 15th, 2017

          Vernon RCMP searching Okanagan Lake for missing man

          Extensive efforts to locate a man who went missing following a verbal interaction with police

          • Oct 14th, 2017

          Search resumes for the remains of the missing woman

          Fire crews are back on the scene of a fire on Lakeside Road to search for the remains of Mary Esta