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Learn how to save the bees at upcoming workshop

Workshop teaches about the relationship between plants and pollinators in the Okanagan-Similkameen

Election 2019: Richard Cannings – New Democratic Party candidate for South Okanagan – West Kootenay

Richard Cannings is running for the NDP in the South Okanagan – West Kootenay riding

Against All Odds: Penticton resident looks back at receiving three kidneys in 32 years

David Folstad received his third successful kidney transplant in Vancouver in April

Dad jokes sure to fly at Beers & Bubs Connect Penticton

The event is a place for dads of young children to connect, share and grab a beer

Meet the creeps at ‘UnLucky’s Halloween Photo Shoot’ in Penticton

Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers and Freddy Kreuger are dying to meet you and your pet

Road to Victory: Penticton resident’s car selected to compete at SEMA show

Chelsie Lesnoski’s modified 2013 Scion FR-S was chosen as fan favourite in an online contest

Foodtopia 2019: Food lovers paradise coming to Penticton’s 500 Block

Check out seven unique eateries all located within one block during the Oct. 11 community event

Penticton’s Slackwater Brewing to host info session about Penticton Creek restoration

Don’t miss “Craft the Creek” happening tomorrow night from 7 to 9 p.m.

Penticton chamber looking for nominations to fill vacant board seat

All good-standing members are able to apply for the position

VIDEO: Mother black bear and two cubs frolic outside homes in Penticton

The bears were caught in the area of Pineview Road and Juniper on Wednesday morning

One in five children in Penticton living in poverty

More than 1,000 children in Penticton are living in poverty

PHOTOS: A look at the winners of the 2019 Business Excellence Awards in Penticton

The awards were hosted by the Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce at the Lakeside Resort

Construction starts at site of Penticton’s next craft brewery

Neighbourhood Brewing has started work on its site on Westminster Ave. W following delays

Penticton CAO sued by former employer Enbridge

Enbridge is seeking $30,779.92 from Donny Van Dyk due to a relocation payment agreement violation

Vees win third consecutive shutout, Perets sits 180:55 with no goals

The team takes on Wenatchee Wild next in the double header home game weekend

RDOS collaborates with stakeholders to examine climate projections in the year 2050

Projections were completed by Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium out of University of Victoria

City of Penticton seeking partners to host annual civic events

The city said it faced multiple challenges in hosting this year’s civic events

Mother bear found dead from gunshot wounds near Keremeos vineyard

B.C. Wildlife Federation offers up to $2,000 reward for info leading to a conviction

Penticton business doubles down on donation for Starfish Pack program

The Rotary Club of Penticton’s program feeds school-aged children and their families

Birds of Bellwoods to bring their eclectic, alternative music to Penticton

The Ontario band is opening for the Rock the Rink tour at the SOEC on Oct. 6