Local News

Cawston wildfire holds at three hectares

Skies around Cawston are expected to be a bit smokey as firefighters continue work.

Six-figure McLaren takes a beating near Osoyoos

Driver, 28, and passenger, 50, were sent to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries

Interior Health investigates information breaches

Employee records breached; there is no concern for patient information.

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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

           

          Agricultural talks grow at UBCM

          Most of Okanagan represented in agricultural discussions

          The people of Carmi hill

          A family forced into living in the forest in the hills above Carmi doesn’t know where to go

          More needles found in downtown Penticton

          Penticton Fire Department responds to report of needles found

          Thieves targeting rural Cawston

          Vehicle break ins and flatbed trailers top of list for thieves targeting rural Cawston.

          • Sep 29th, 2017

          Advocate speaks out on drunken care aide incident in Penticton

          Isobel Mackenzie believes changes are needed to care aide registry.

          Councillor and other local government officials tell of increasing harassment

          Day talked about his experience at a workshop at the Union of B.C. Municipalities

          Penticton women take back the night

          Women, children and men marched downtown Wednesday night to fight violence against women

          Would you attend Schooly McSchoolface?

          Central Okanagan Public Schools will be closing the call for a Mission school’s name …

          Inside the fire

          Keremeos firefighters got a feel for the heat in Penticton’s training grounds this week

          Popular Kelowna pumpkin patch ready for visitors

          McMillan Farms is set to open this weekend.

          Elphicke could go free on time-to-trial rule

          It’s taken 32 months to finish trial for alleged Penticton hockey fraudster — over the 30-month maximum

          Ban on open fires lifted

          City of Penticton lifts ban on open burning within city limits

          Prescribed burn Thursday in Granby Provincial Park

          The BC Wildfire Service is attempting to stop the spread of the Bluejoint fire.

          Cathedral reopens as fire activity diminishes

          Diamond Creek Fire activity diminished to a point Cathedral Provincial Park near Keremeos reopened.

          Police get public’s help to nab suspected arsonist

          Kelowna RCMP released a picture of suspect and not long thereafter a tip led to his arrest

          Construction company working in Penticton fined $66,000

          WorkSafeBC issues fine to after employees were at risk at highrise project

          Munton acquitted of child pornography charges

          Still faces court on arson charges next month

          • Sep 27th, 2017