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The Pen High Jr. and Gr. 9 girls basketball teams won all four of its tournament games, Maggie goes 2-2.
Penticton Western News reader John Poon captured the winter chills perfectly in these two photos.
The Combined Special Enforcment Unit of B.C. is coming South Okanagan schools to educate students on gang life.
As part of Parks Canada's largest consultation ever, Canadians are invited to share their views.
A motor vehicle incident shut down one lane of the Channel Parkway temporarily on Sunday afternoon.
In 1920s France, one woman has been living her passion for music in her own bubble, and now she plans to perform for an audience.
The Penticton Vees host the Vernon Vipers in the South Okanagan Events Centre.
Innovative nationwide quit smoking program gets participants to exercise in a group setting.
The Penticton Fire Department is stepping up its campaign to replace its aging rescue boat
Penticton Vees alumni Dante Fabbro and Tyson Jost get silver medal in shootout loss to the U.S.
Multi-Juno winner Alfie Zappacosta returns to Penticton to help the Pen High music department.
Former Penticton Vees Dante Fabbro and Tyson Jost to play against U.S. for the gold medal.
The registration deadline for Fresh BC Talent Quest is coming up and new workshops have been added.
A motor vehicle incident south of Penticton has traffic stopped in both directions and being re-routed to Eastside Road.
A dog is still missing after an collision this afternoon (Jan. 4) that sent four people to hospital.
Summerland man accused of a vicious attack on a doctor in the psychiatric ward of the Penticton Regional Hospital will go to trial in March.
Baldy Mountain Resort is hoping to get some first-timers on the hill with Never Ever Days.
The deadline for registration for the Penticton Kiwanis Music, Dance and Speech Arts Festival is nearing.
Keep your identity and personal information in tip-top shape this year with these BBB tips.
The annual Kinsmen Club of Summerland Polar Bear Dip took place on Sunday at Sun-Oka Beach in Trout Creek.