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Travel trailer fire in downtown Penticton

Firefighters on scene at residential fire near the Penticton United Church

MP Albas hosts town hall for small business

Town hall is for anyone who wants to share their views on how proposed tax changes will affect them

  • Sep 25th, 2017

Pellet gun scenario causes concern at Armstrong school

School puts “secure and hold” measures into place after report of student with a pellet gun

  • Sep 25th, 2017
Student cross country racers in Naramata
  • 5 hours ago


Penticton Business excellence awards


    No body found in torched house


      House fire on Lakeside Road


        Updated: Missing man last seen in Osoyoos located

        RCMP were asking for the public’s assistance in finding Arthur Harnum

        Alleged Okanagan hockey fraudster takes the stand

        Michael Elphicke is one of two men accused of fraud and theft in a failed hockey trip to Europe

        Security measures added to poppy boxes

        Donation boxes will be secured during Legion’s Remembrance Day campaign

        Key byelection dates set for Town of Oliver

        Oliver residents will go to the polls to replace a councillor that resigned

        • Sep 25th, 2017

        Okanagan Mountie injured by ‘distraught man’

        Mountie injured when police car rammed by suspect evading police

        Texting abilities returned to people with paralysis

        A device that helps quadrapalegic people text took centre stage in Kelowna this week.

        • Sep 25th, 2017

        Update: Mounties end search for Kelowna senior

        Mounties are looking for a 64-year-old Kelowna man who walked away from a residential care home in Kelowna.

        Elphicke expected to testify on Monday

        Michael Elphicke is accused of fraud for gaining $17,000 in a failed youth hockey trip to Europe

        Low-turnout Kidney Walk raises $15,000

        A few dozen people turned out to a cloudy Sunday morning walk along the beach at Okanagan Lake

        Top cheerleading team hits the Okanagan

        Kelowna cheer athletes getting a good look at some world class athletes in Olympic trial sport

        Conservation fund ready for applications

        The South Okanagan Conservation Fund is ready for its first round of grants

        • Sep 24th, 2017

        Vernon casino workers win in labour decision

        The union is certified to represent a bargaining unit consisting of all surveillance operators at Cascade Casino in Penticton and Lake City Casino in Vernon, employed by Gateway Casinos andEntertainment Ltd.

        • Sep 24th, 2017

        Home brewers show beers at competition

        Event highlights 11 home-brewed beers from eight competitors

        • Sep 23rd, 2017

        Penticton Arts Rising Festival in full swing

        Penticton Community Arts Council event features art in all its diverse forms

        AlleyCATS holding book sale, AGM this weekend

        The AGM is expected to elect a new board of directors and go over financial statements

        Hard to say how many businesses would be affected by tax changes

        Estimates range from 10 per cent of local accountant’s clients to 95 per cent of all small businesses

        PIB claims no legal basis for recall

        In a fiery release, the band refers to a ‘small group’ disrupting issues for their own gain