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Less than 24 hours to sell out Penticton Subaru Ironman Canada 2020

Volunteers for the 2020 event will be given early registration access to Subaru Ironman Canada 2021

Penticton Peachfest attendees to get ‘primo show’ from Crash Test Dummies

Vocalist and musician Ellen Reid talks visiting the Okanagan, the longevity of CTD music

B.C. wine industry legend Harry McWatters dies

Among his accomplishments, McWatters founded the province’s first estate winery, Sumac Ridge Estate

Photos: Penticton Tigers show off their skills during the July 13 jamboree

The Tadpole division team plays in Abbotsford on July 20 and 21

Hobbiton in the Okanagan: Spend the night in the Halfling Hideaway

The Airbnb accommodation is modelled after the Lord of the Rings’ movie set of Bag End in Hobbiton

Youth Wellness Gathering aims to empower, educate South Okanagan youth

The event is hosted by a non-profit located on the Penticton Indian Band (PIB) reserve July 22 & 23

Behind the Label: Slackwater Brewing in Penticton

Co-founder and general manager Liam Peyton discusses month one of operations for new brewery

Committee recommends rate freeze for City of Penticton electricity until 2o22

The committee also recommended minimal increases for water and waste water treatment utilities

Penticton OCP not quite ready, returns to council Aug. 6

City council voted to table discussions about community plan until last-minute concerns addressed

Respected wildlife artist in Penticton dies

According to a post by his family, Terry Isaac died on July 16

UPDATE: Penticton resident’s dog found safe

Nicholas Bozak thanks the public for finding his 17 month old mastiff chow

Experience the music at the 97 South Song Sessions in Penticton

Songwriters Tim Nichols, Jimmy Yeary, Jessica Mitchell and Bob DiPiero to perform intimate concert

Donation for much-needed Penticton hospital equipment

The foundation also purchased five AEDs at $1,700 each for healthcare facilities in the area

Theft remains top call for RCMP service in Penticton

Supt. Ted De Jager highlighted some of the statistics his detachment has seen

South Okanagan could be home to the area’s next craft brewery

A public hearing about the proposed brewery will take place at Penticton city hall on Aug. 6

Penticton to contribute $5,000 for workshop about potential performing arts centre

The South Okanagan Performing Arts Centre Society (SOPAC II) will match the contribution

Council approves over $23,000 for Penticton Art Gallery due to break-in expenses

The city opted to cover the costs associated with the break-ins, not the cost of HVAC repairs

Comedian Gerry Dee ready to lighten things up at BC Hockey Hall of Fame

Canadian actor and stand-up comedian Gerry Dee is hosting the event in Penticton

Penticton Tigers place second in tourney, look ahead to provincials

The 18U AAA team entered the tourney as underdogs, worked their way to nearly top of the pack

Mac and cheese your way for National Mac and Cheese Day

Smugglers Smokehouse takes homestyle mac and cheese up a notch with flavouring