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Draft 2015 budget the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen shows increases in taxes.
Crime Stoppers may be a household name nowadays, but it had a rather humble beginning 23 years ago in the Penticton area.
Feud continues as neighbours in Three Mile Road area post photos of people they allege trespassed over private property to hit the beach
Gregory Stanley Nield stayed handcuffed throughout a short appearance by video in provincial court
Anonymous tipsters helped police get an estimated $720,000 worth of drugs off the region’s streets last year alone.
Sentencing delayed for man who pleaded guilty to charges related to accident that saw biker suffer fractured neck and ribs
Making some space in your closet might also help make a world of difference for homeless youth.
High school students learn the basics of trades jobs through 12-week program.
Ronald Teneycke denied bail after being charged with making or possessing explosives and possessing a weapon contrary to a court order
Daryl Vic Belseck sentenced here in 2013 for 10-day spree that included damaging local businesses and threatening a police officer
Granting sources anonymity is — or ought to be — a rarity in journalism, not standard practice for government spokespeople
A man was arrested earlier this month after he smashed a gun display case at the Canadian Tire store in Penticton.
Kyle Louie sentenced to 75 months in jail for stabbing brother near Oliver, but will also have to live with loss of his best friend
With credit for time served, Kyle Louie now has just six months left on his sentence
Brian Douglas Louie was found guilty of mutilating a sex partner’s genitals at a house party near Oliver.
Weary medical students visiting Penticton Regional Hospital won’t have far to go to find a nice place to rest their heads soon.
Unionized education workers have recently won wage increases, now some B.C. school trustees are asking for the same for administrators.
Man gets four-month conditional sentence for assault that left victim with broken nose, fractured jaw
New transit service began operation Monday, to the delight of riders on board for the first trips to Penticton
RCMP still piecing together what caused an accident that closed Highway 97 south of Okanagan Falls on Thursday