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A second crane has entered the Penticton skyline this week as work continues at the hospital’s Patient Care Tower project.
Invasive mussels that devastated lakes in eastern North America are getting closer to B.C.
Members of the Black Widow Rope Spinners will be at Cherry Lane Shopping Centre.
Free or by-donation Christmas tree pick ups are available in Penticton, Summerland, Oliver, Osoyoos and Naramata.
The Lakers senior girls and boys basketball teams picked up wins against the Rutland Voodoo at home.
Two Penticton businesses have made it to the Top 10 round of semifinalists for the annual Small Business B.C. Awards.
Valley First, a division of First West Credit Union, has announced the winners in its 2016 Fan Choice Awards.
The Pen High Lakers junior girls basketball team defeated the Summerland Rockets in Okanagan Valley League play.
BC Transit and the City of Penticton are getting into the holiday spirit offering their seasonal Lights Tour.
The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen has issued a water quality advisory for Willowbrook.
Results for the Penticton Indian Band council election remain the same after a recount
The Penticton Indian Band will see a few new faces around the council table.
Young performers are already preparing for the next Kiwanis Music Festival starting March 6.
The City is offering two opportunities this week for citizens to come and find out more about the issue of aging infrastructure.
In this season of gift shopping, don't forget that local purchases boost the local economy
Travel Penticton is kicking the New Year off with a major hire, installing the new tourism organization's first executive director.
Penticton Indian Band Chief Chad Eneas re-affirmed his complete rejection and opposition to the pipeline projects.
The Princess Margaret Mustangs jr. girls basketball team defeated the Pen High Laker 9s.
The immediate need for more space for homeless people in the winter is being addressed thanks to a Penticton church.
The society donated $5,000 to The Salvation Army and the Penticton & District Community Resource Society (PDCRS).