Mark Brett

Four KISU swimmers earn berths at Olympic Trials

Four members of the KISU Swim Club earned the right to attend the Olymplic Trials at provincials

No COVID-19 cases in local long-term care facilities: Interior Health

Active Facility Outbreaks lists three in Penticton and one in Summerland; none caused by COVID-19

COVID-19: Wildstone’s Colours4Kids cancelled

The annual Wildstone Colours4Kids Run in aid of OSNS Child and Youth Development Centre is cancelled

Air Canada suspending service between Vancouver and Penticton

Service halting for one month, starting April 1, as a result of COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19: Care Closet shuts its doors

The Care Closet Thrift Store shuts doors indefinitely over COVID-19 pandemic

Discovery House soup lunches pick up or delivery only

The weekly (Friday) Discovery House gourmet soup lunches are available only for pick up or delivery

COVID-19: Penticton long-term care centres quick to put visitation restrictions in place

Long-term care facilities begin visitation restrictions ahead of government announcement

Front counter closure at Summerland RCMP

The front counter of the RCMP Summerland detachment is closed to non-essential services

COVID-19: SORCO annual open house postponed

The SORCO Raptor Rehab Centre is postponing its open house indefinitely

Debris fire kept from spreading to nearby house in Naramata

Naramata fire crews prevented a debris fire from spreading to a nearby house and trailer.

COVID-19: Two Okanagan ski hills remain open

Ski hills in the areas of Penticton, Oliver and Kelowna remain open in the face of COVID-19

COVID-19: Penticton Seniors Drop-In Centre closed until further notice

COVID-19 continues to results in more closures locally

Vees sign Connecticut blueliner for 2020/21 season

The Penticton Vees announced they have signed defenceman Jason Marsella

Celebration of life service for Brayden Kuroda postponed

COVID-19 concerns result in postponement of celebration of life service for Brayden Kuroda

Brayden’s spirit shines at mountain tribute

Hundreds turned up at Apex Mountain Resort March 14 to pay tribute to the late Brayden Kuroda

COVID-19: Medical health officer condemns ‘alarmist’ article

A medical health officer with Interior Health upset at article projecting Okanagan COVID-19 deaths

Penticton Soupateria dining room shutting down March 16

COVID-19: In an effort to reduce client-volunteer contact the Soupateria dining room will be closed

BCHL suspends 2020 playoffs until further notice

Games and hockey-related activity have been cancelled until further notice, due to COVID-19

Woman reported missing, Penticton RCMP seek help

Kaeleigh Eden-Fiddler, 26, is missing and police are asking the public for help in finding her

Spring is in the air at museum Playtime

The Penticton Museum & Archives is hosting Playtime March 12