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Penticton IGA and Superstore are both setting aside hours for seniors and those at high risk
All non-essential services, include fingerprinting, will be unavailable.
On Monday, March 16, Canada closed its borders for everyone except Americans
The decision follows the Penticton Seniors’ Drop-In Centre closure announcement
Passengers in rows 10 to 16 of WestJet flight WS 3326 from Vancouver International on March 10 are at risk.
A storage building behind Mike’s Automotive Services caught fire around 5 a.m. Saturday
On March 13 the RDOS activated their Emergency Operations Centre
Upcoming shows with less than 250 tickets sold will go forward this weekend
Fire Chief Bob Graham received the Municipal Long Service award for his years of work
This is the seventh year that Oliver has received the award
Penticton has four clinics available to people of modest means, seniors, and students.
‘New Boots, Who Dis?’ and ‘Ceres’ are two beers made in collaboration with the Pink Boots Society
The B.C. government was in Penticton today to make the funding annoucement
A World War Two era piece of airplane navigation equipment is just one interesting find in Keremeos
The inter-school team is made up of students from Penticton secondary schools
The emergency department will be closed from 6 p.m. until 9 a.m. on Monday morning
The fire burned through a home on Penticton Indian Band land at around 7:30 p.m.
Negotiations focused on title rights to ancestral remains site uncovered in 2016
The festival brings 40 wineries serving over 200 wines together with 12 local chefs
“Crime is not going up. The number of people reporting crimes has doubled,” - Mayor John Vassilaki