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They are 115 strong, ages 16 to 101, with a single purpose: service to the community
Claude Robidoux is the winner of the London Drugs and Penticton Western News photo contest for his photo of a vintage blue truck.
ront Porch - Up on Cripple Creek performed to a sold out crowd at the Dream Café in Penticton on July 9.
Thursday Night Jazz Band played to an appreciative crowd at the Penticton Seniors Drop-In Centre last Thursday evening.
Penticton Western News editor Percy Hébert talks Father's Day and the feats of his own dad.
Tapping into his entrepreneurial spirit Graham Lyle has build a successful business.
Birds of a feather flocked from across the province to take part in the annual Meadowlark Festival.
Pen High boys tie Mt. Boucherie and girls rugby defeats Salmon Arm.
Terry Gillespie and Lyndell Montgomery at the Dream Café in Penticton.
Shane Koyczan teams up with the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra in Penticton.
Elizabeth Lupton is this year’s winner of the Arts Educator Award presented by the Penticton & District Community Arts Council.
Besides co-owning a communications company, this week's inductee also runs the farmers' market and volunteers
Natalie Preston of Le Cheap, C’est Chic the next inductee to be recognized as among the region's best and brightest young people
Snowed In Comedy Tour slides into the Barking Parrot in Penticton on Thursday
Musician Del Barber appearing Saturday at the Dream Cafe, his third visit to the venue
Nicholas Hill earns next Penticton Top 40 Under 40 nomination.
A trip to the typhoon-stricken Philippines is a matter of family and community service for Clifford Martin of Penticton.
Company behind proposed Northern Gateway project expecting ruling from National Energy Board within a month
Valdy and Gary Fjellgaard shared stories and music in Summerland last weekend.
Penticton Indian Band knowledge keeper leads tour of special land