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Kelowna RCMP seek assistance in locating missing 88-year-old resident

William Clarke Wallace was last seen at a gas station at approximately 5 a.m. on March 30

Update: Even more Penticton patios and when to hit them

Where and when the best patios in Penticton will be opening

Foundry Penticton and Youth Centre host one last fundraiser

Join Poplar Grove Winery and Vanilla Pod Restaurant for a “mix and mingle” style evening April 17

Break-ins, broken windows: Downtown Penticton sees overnight rise in crime

Vehicles, business broken into during the late hours of March 27 and early hours of March 28

Penticton family receives ‘Elite’ photo of their grandmother

After 80 years, a photo in a Penticton restaurant finds its way home

Upcoming opportunities for dragon boat paddling in Penticton

Beginners can learn the ropes of the sport, compete in Okanagan Super Sprints

Penticton RCMP looking for witnesses to road rage incident

A road rage incident on Winnipeg Street on March 27 resulted in an assault

Penticton business a dream come true for collectors

The shop and show room has hundreds of unique, one-of-a-kind items for all tastes

Okanagan stop for Qualtrough includes student funding

Minister of Public Service outlined the new program at Penticton’s Sprott Shaw College

Update: Upper Bench Road reopened after gas main break

The road reopened at 12:10 p.m., no word as to the cause of the main rupture

Top 5 unique accommodations on Airbnb in Penticton and area

Whether you’re looking for seclusion, charm or luxury, these venues have you covered for your stay

Barley Mill Brew Pub adds second event for fundraiser for Willowbrook mother with cancer

Tickets to the dinner event on April 6 sold out, added a lunch event the same day

Former Okanagan teen found safe after disappearing from YVR airport

Ethan Burnett, 14, was found safe in Kelowna on March 22

Pieces of Penticton’s history up for auction at 4th Meridian

Collectors have the chance to own vintage ads, books, sketches and more

Penticton student looks to give back in wake of New Zealand terrorist attack

Hussain Sattar, a Grade 12 student at Princess Maggie of Muslim faith, discusses coming together

Homeless Osoyoos man allegedly doused in ice water while he slept

Community outraged at treatment of well-known homeless community member

B.C. conservation officers talk bear awareness

How to stay safe this spring in bear country

Stage debate in Okanagan Lake Park returns, user groups divided

The polarizing topic of adding a stage as a permanent fixture in the Penticton park has resurfaced

Foodie Friday: crocodile pizza at Bad Tattoo

Take a trip down under and try the Penticton brewery’s newest creation

Legacy campaign started to recognize woman at Foundry Penticton

Anne Reinders spent her life helping people, now her son wants her remembered for it