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There will be no heartbreak as performers and fans check into Penticton for the annual Penticton Pacific Northwest Elvis Festival
The must-see Annual Peach City Beach Cruise event runs June 24-26, with hundreds of hot rods, antique and classic cars on display on Penticton's Lakeshore Drive
Over the decades the Okanagan Valley has grown by leaps and bounds…
Proceeds from the 3rd Annual Osoyoos Celebrity Wine Festival will go towards…
The Penticton Vees have added three dynamic hockey player in the Reilly brothers.
Alexandra Chutskoff will be joining Finlandia University next fall.
Legendary singer-songwriter John Fogerty will be performing at the Motoplex Speedway and…
This summer locals and visitors alike can cruise Penticton’s history and culture every Saturday on guided tours of the downtown core.
For more than a decade of support, the Survivorship Dragon Boat team recently presented Valley First with a custom paddle-mounted plaque.
In a once in a lifetime opportunity, train enthusiasts had the opportunity to help name the Kettle Valley Steam Railway’s steam locomotive, the 3716.
For the third year in a row, Langara College and Rethink are offering an $18,000 scholarship to aspiring art directors and designers. The lucky winner will receive full tuition to Langara College’s two-year Communication and Ideation (CID) program as well as an internship at Rethink.
On Sept. 10 the Tinhorn Creek Amphitheatre will be host to an evening of k-os as the Juno-award-winning and Grammy-nominated “rap n’ roller” wraps up summer at the grand finale of Tinhorn Creek’s annual Canadian Concert Series.
The magnificent vastness of the northern landscape is the theme for the Okanagan Symphony’s season finale as they bring together music from current and past composers.
Western News StaffAward-winning Canadian playwright Douglas Bowie will be visiting Penticton this…
The Cawston Community players are examining the issues of life and death…
Cycle stunts the like of which have never been seen in Penticton…
The third annual B.C. Provincial Crokinole championship went off as smoothy as a disc sliding across the board and into the 20 hole.