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Hundreds of people dropped off gifs at the annual Toys for Tots to Teens event Thursday.
New evidence in the trial of alleged kidnapper in Penticton
One of two main witnesses having memory problems in connection to alleged kidnapping
After 19 years of teaching seniors computer skills Doug Pritchett has “retired”
Soprano Elizabeth Tribe and special guests are performing in support of school breakfast program
Two of five kittens rescued from a Kelowna works yard in need of eye surgery
Three Okanagan teams in the mix for AAAA girls volleyball provincials
Linda Worden is one of 11 Canadians to receive the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship
Pen Hi Lakers hosting the provincial girls volleyball championships, action begins Thursday.
The official unveiling of the dual language signs at Nickel Plate Nordic Centre.
Penticton RCMP are looking for two men in a van wanted in connection with an abduction attempt
Osoyoos RCMP call in the bomb disposal unit after improvised explosive device found
Signs in English and nsyilxcn (Okanagan Nation) to be unveiled Monday at Nickel Plate Nordic Centre
Penticton’s Mike Barrett helping to provide the basics to the less fortunate living in India
The South Okanagan Similkameen Volunteer Centre is hosting the Holiday Season auction this weekend
A rare prairie falcon caught in Trail will spend the winter at the SORCO Raptor Rehab Centre
Penny the senior boxer is back home and doing well after missing for 18 days following car accident
Emergency personnel were called to the 200-block of Main Street Monday afternoon.
“Downcast” is how Penticton coach described mood at Canada Games Park in Calgary
Nanaimo blues musician David Gogo and band hosting CD release party at the Dream Café