Phil McLachlan

Three-vehicle crash in Penticton sends one to hospital

The Penticton RCMP are looking to speak with anyone who may have witnessed the collision

City releases tips and tricks to stay safe over holiday season

Included below is a list of revised garbage and recycling days, and rules for curbside collection

Penticton RCMP warn of new ‘porting’ scam that puts internet banking, online accounts at risk

Two-factor verification has been the go-to way to keep online accounts secure

Penticton RCMP warn of new ‘porting’ scam that puts internet banking, online accounts at risk

Two-factor verification has been the go-to way to keep online accounts secure

Emergency services organization says it is helping to prevent fatal overdoses

BC Emergency Health Services has responded to 233 emergency calls for potential ODs so far this year

Osoyoos RCMP officer allegedly under investigation for indecent act

The officer is currently suspended with pay

Prolific offender sentenced to over a year for police chase in South Okanagan

Tyler Newton was sentenced to 14 months and one week in prison…

Alleged Penticton shooter John Brittain waives preliminary trial

Brittain will return to court in January to schedule a trial date

Cougar destroyed in Penticton area after mauling dog, killing cat

This is the first reported incident with a cougar this year in the Penticton area

‘There are angels out there’ – Okanagan Falls resident reunited with those who saved his life

Heroic efforts of both neighbours and first responders kept Steven St. Germain alive on August 25

Penticton shelter meeting current need, accepting donations of blankets, clothing

The shelter offers 30 beds year-round and 25 more temporarily over the winter

Traffic into Penticton Public Library slows, attributed to safety concerns

Foot traffic into the Penticton Public Library is down four per cent,…

PHOTOS: Cleanup at Esplanade Park extensive

It took the clean-up crew seven hours on Monday and work is still ongoing

Penticton FutureBiz 2019 explored all aspects of business safety

Internet safety a hot topic at second annual business conference

Penticton athlete taking soccer career to the next level

Maria Iannone will be joining the TRU Wolfpack next season

1,200 used syringes found during clean up of Penticton’s Esplanade Park

Three large dumpster bins, four pickup trucks and two garbage trucks were filled with waste

City of Penticton proposes 2.9 per cent tax hike for 2020

RCMP’s number one initiative for 2020 is to reduce response times and increase crime solve rates

Canada’s first tiny-home hotel opens in Fernie

Each is 220 sq ft and features a social space, kitchen, bathroom, and a queen bed in a loft above

Groups fight to protect historic B.C. graveyard, buried in garbage

About 83 people, including the daughter of Fernie’s first mayor, are buried in the overgrown cemetery

VIDEO: Massive lightning storm passes over B.C.’s Elk Valley

A compilation of strikes seen from Fernie at around 1:30 a.m., July 24.