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If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind Christmas gift, the Indigenous Arts and Craft Fair at En'owkin Centre is the place to start looking.
The Pen High Lakers junior girls volleyball team struggled with consistency in the Okanagan Valley championship.
Penticton Minor Hockey Association hosted a female Fire on Ice tournament.
Penticton firefighters quickly doused the blaze before it spread to a neighbouring motel.
Penticton Fire was called to a reported multiple vehicle MVA on Skaha Lake Road.
Silver Star Mountain Resort will be open for alpine skiing and boarding starting Wednesday.
Penticton RCMP are investigating a collision involving one of their own Tahoe SUVs
Jordana McEachern and Samantha Macnally competed in the Super Series Sectional Championship in Kelowna.
Michal Gjurisic can recall falling in love with Penticton and deciding that they needed to own their own little slice of the city.
On Nov. 26, from noon to 3 p.m., the City of Penticton has an open house at the Trade and Convention Centre to talk about infrastructure.
This holiday season there will be not one, but two giant trees aglow at Penticton Regional Hospital.
The Princess Margaret Mustangs senior volleyball teams fell short of qualifying for the provincial championships.
Five Penticton businesses have been nominated for the 14th annual Small Business B.C. Awards.
The Pen High Lakers are going to the AAA provincial volleyball championships, while the senior girls will play a wild card tourney.
After one year away, the annual Toys For Tots To Teens breakfast is returning to Penticton Lakeside Resort.
Attendees at the Festival of Lights in downtown Summerland on Nov. 25 will be treated to an evening of festive fun with a country twist.
The Ombudsperson investigating allegations School District 67 Okanagan Skaha did not follow procedure found no wrongdoing.
Conversations about improving Penticton require more listening and less knee-jerk reactions.
The Fresh BC Talent Quest is entering its fifth season of educating and showcasing performing youth, hosting a fundraiser this weekend.
Team B.C. wants badminton players for North American Indigenous Games.