One grain of sand at a time

Buddhist monks get warm reception at the Penticton Art Gallery

Tragically Hip filmmakers say project came together fast

Film follows band’s tour and faces the reality of Gord Downie’s incurable brain cancer diagnosis

B.C. Games officially underway

On Wednesday, 3,600 athletes marched into the 55+ BC Games opening ceremony at Kal Tire Plac

Student cross country racers in Naramata
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Penticton Business excellence awards


    No body found in torched house


      House fire on Lakeside Road


        Let the games begin in Vernon

        From high jump to darts the B.C. 55 + Games are underway in Vernon.

        VIDEO: Hockey player steps on his toes for ballet studio opening

        Former Hab Georges Laraque even put on a tutu for the occasion

        NDP leadership frontrunner hits Penticton

        Jagmeet Singh spent an hour and a half in Craft Corner Kitchen speaking with local NDP supporters

        Truck fully engulfed in flames near Summerland

        A vehicle caught fire just off Highway 97 south of Summerland

        Kelowna charity changes ‘her’ life

        A Kelowna based charity launches campaign to tell the story of Nepalese women’s lives.

        Cool and wet weather on its way

        Below average temperatures are expected for the Okanagan - Shuswap this week

        REPLAY: B.C. this week in video

        In case you missed it, here’s a look at replay-worthy highlights from across the province this week

        Hot Jazz Fest burns through Saturday

        Penticton Jazz Festival kept on cooking through some very welcome rain

        Firefighters conduct controlled burns on Finlay Creek wildfire

        Indirect fire suppression has been successful on the fire near Peachland, officials say

        Jazz festival supports students

        The Hot Jazz Festival has a tradition of supporting music education

        What’s happening with Anna Zeitner

        Find out what is happening in your region this weekend.

        Throne speech confirms NDP reform promises

        Education, child care funds coming in budget

        Penticton biz digging in heels against tax changes

        People’s Soda owner Jason Cox says he doesn’t feel small businesses are being heard by Justin Trudeau

        What to expect in the B.C. NDP’s throne speech

        Black Press Legislative reporter Tom Fletcher speaks to the B.C. NDP unveiling their first throne speech since taking over as the government following their alliance with the B.C. Green Party.

        New telescope to map largest universe volume in history

        New radio telescope unveiled at White Lake observatory will see back over 11 billion years.

        Fireball lights up B.C. Interior

        From Nelson to Kamloops a large fireball could be seen in the sky on Monday night.

        • Sep 4th, 2017