ICYMI: A roundup of this week’s top stories

In Case You Missed It: top stories from the Okanagan this week

A fire in the Cascade Gardens townhouse complex is being called an arson, according to Fire Chief Larry Watkinson. The RCMP has one person in custody following the three-alarm fire, which is reported to have started after a domestic dispute.

Update: Penticton townhouse fire being called an arson

The Penticton Vees broke their nine-game winning streak when the Nanaimo Clippers handed them their first home ice loss Saturday night at the South Okanagan Events Centre.

BCHL: Vees handed their first home loss this season by the Clippers

Former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice and three others were killed in a plane crash in a wooded area east of Lake Country.

Update: Two passengers killed in Kelowna plane crash identified

Remaining airplane crash victims identified

Penticton’s former director of development services, Anthony Haddad, has returned to his old job with the city.

Haddad returning to City of Penticton

Regional dean Donna Lomas, who led the Okanagan College Penticton campus through the construction of the Centre of Excellence, and years of ongoing expansion is retiring.

Donna Lomas retiring after a decade as regional Dean at Okangan College

Organizers of the Penticton 2016 BC Winter Games are now accepting letters of intent for those interested in receiving up to $60,000 for Legacy Fund Projects.

$60,000 in legacy funds available from Penticton 2016 BC Winter Games