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The City of Penticton announced Peter Weeber has been hired to be the new Chief Administrative Officer (CAO).
The City of Penticton is looking for up to six works of sculpture for a year-long outdoor exhibit kicking off in May of 2017.
Penticton campus hosting an event to help beer lovers navigate the hoppy waters.
Vees snap 1-1 tie with pair of goals in second period for a 3-1 win in front of the Vipers' biggest crowd of the season at Kal Tire Place
The Husky Food Store on Westminster Avenue was robbed on Wednesday evening.
Okanagan Falls crosswalk to receive pedestrian-activated flashing lights.
The latest film in the Kitchen Stove Film Series explores the relationships of long-lost siblings.
The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra is bringing the music of Elton John to Penticton with band Jeans 'n Classics.
North Okanagan group gets cash to challenge racism and celebrate diversity
A handsome chocolate Labrador mix at the Penticton SPCA is winning staff and volunteers’ hearts.
In Penticton, a new record high was set for Nov. 8 date at 17C.
The beat goes on for Penticton’s Dream Café after a series of fundraising concerts.
The Penticton Murray GM Vees capped their tournament with a win.
Canadian rock band The Trews will make a special appearance at the Penticton Vees game.
The Regional District Okanagan Similkameen is offering a workshop on shorelines and riparian areas.
The B.C. Wildfire Service is planning to burn wood debris in the Mount Kobau area.
The popular event is back for a third round of lip syncing theatrics at the Copper Mug Pub starting Nov. 9.
The first offering of terraced ranchers sold out so quickly at Skaha Hills the development is planning to release more.
South Okanagan MP Richard Cannings is supporting two new bills to protect veterans' benefits
A Chilliwack man is dead after the dump truck he was driving crashed Thursday in Manning Park