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Nee, former chair of the B.C. Press Council, was diagnosed with kidney failure two years ago.
On Friday night, the Summerland Steam played host to the Revelstoke Grizzlies and came away with a 7-2 win.
With both teams trying to secure playoff position, the Summerland Steam hosted the North Okanagan Knights on Friday night.
On Saturday night the Summerland Steam headed into Kelowna to face the division leading Chiefs.
Penticton Vees sign up to for season-long column that give fans a glimpse into the lives of junior A goaltenders
Penticton's electric utility has launched its Energy Retrofit Loan Program.
For the next 10 months, Top 40 under 40 will be putting the spotlight on some of the Penticton's youngest entrepreneurs.
The City of Penticton is one of the 15 finalists for the 2013 Open for Business Awards
The City of Penticton is holding an open house on current and future cemetery facilities.
Contributor urges careful consideration from voters before ballots are cast
First-time new home buyers’ bonus removal expected to have little effect on market
Okanagan College and UBC Okanagan call for participants in math competition
The traditional image of retirement is being given a shake-up by those older workers who are remaining in the workforce.
Okanagan College’s School of Business is presenting its sixth annual business expo and employment fair on Feb. 6 in Kelowna.
The Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce has announced the nominees list for the 2012 Business Excellence Awards.
Killing Them Softly is the preferred method of gangster heavy Jackie Cogan, read what Okanagan movie reviewers thought of it.
Okanagan movie reviewers, Reel Reviews, are fulfilled and disappointed with Life of Pi which is now showing in Penticton.
Zola Dore takes sustainability to a new level with her funky store located in the Cannery in Penticton.
Valley First Community Endowment grants and CIBC Miracle Day to help school nutrition programs
Young Norman is a little bit different than everybody else; everyone thinks he is weird, all because he can communicate with ghosts.