Local News

Foerster re-trial dates set

Cherryville man convicted of killing Armstrong teen back in court in 2018

  • Oct 3rd, 2017

Osoyoos RCMP ask for assistance in identifying person

Person believed to have info about a break and enter

Family rallies around ‘micro-preemie’

Salmon Arm couple could use support during baby’s long stay in hospital.

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Penticton Business excellence awards

     

    No body found in torched house

       

      House fire on Lakeside Road

         

        Naramata students get fire smart

           

          Police pursuit leads to multiple charges

          Three people were arrested and two charged in connection with a police pursuit.

          Small brush fire by Penticton’s channel

          A quick response kept the flames from spreading too much

          Grand opening for cycling pump track

          The city and cycling association call the track the product of a community effort

          Osoyoos planning director dies peacefully

          Alain Cunningham, a township employee for 13 years, died Friday after a short illness

          Penticton extends consultation period

          Penticton residents have more time to decide if they support or oppose expanding city boundaries.

          Talking wine in Penticton

          Four speakers, from UBCO, Italy and France, will talk about wine at the Penticton Public Library.

          RDOS programs to help agricultural properties dispose of waste materials

          Regional District Okanagan Similkameen is offering subsidized chipping fees and zero tipping fees

          UPDATE: Fire burning in Okanagan Mountain park

          BC Wildfire is aware of the fire and is handling it with a “modified” response

          Living with a cruel disease

          Kelowna woman suffering from dystonia, lost in shadow of similar Parkinson’s disease

          Thousands attend the annual Festival of the Grape in Oliver

          Plenty of fun and good times at the Festival of the Grape once again.

          Woman believed to have suffered serious injuries after fall

          A woman fell about 20 feet into a laneway on the Real Canadian Superstore property Sunday.

          Don’t let the pop-up gallery fall down

          Organizers of the Arts Rising youth pop-up gallery want to see it become a permanent space

          Watery fun for Huck Finn racers in Penticton

          Cubs and Scouts from Penticton and Summerland took part in the annual Huck Finn raft race.

          Turkey turd spontaneously combusts

          Keremeos Volunteer Fire Department spent five hours fighting a turkey manure fire Friday.

          • Sep 30th, 2017

          Two-vehicle crash involving motorcycle snarls Hwy 97 traffic

          One person was sent to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries

          Municipal politicians push mussel message

          NDP listen to advocating for tougher invasive mussel policies