Penticton News Staff

Different types of housing

Letter writer giving a bad name to assisted living

Small Business Task Force begins gathering feedback

BC has launched a new program aimed at finding improvements for small businesses

Wine Capital of Canada celebrating with back-to-back events

The Oliver Tourism Association will present two large festivals at the end of September

Residents returning to 17 Osoyoos properties evacuated by floods

Evacuation alerts were also rescinded for 40 properties in the rural Osoyoos area Friday afternoon

Osoyoos Indian Band promoting region for Indigenous History Month

Nk’Mip Cellars and other OIB businesses are putting on packages for National Indigenous History Month

South Okanagan victim services organization closing down

The South Okanagan Victim Assistance Society will continue to operate until June 30

Your Penticton with Randy Brown

Find out why people in your community love Penticton

‘Extensive serious trauma’ suffered in ATV crash near Oliver

A 47-year-old man was spotted lying on the pavement on Highway 97 with serious injuries at 3 a.m.

Penticton Pinnacles women’s U18 soccer take down Kamloops

Dramatic finish in a battle of the top two soccer teams

Maggie valedictorians looking forward

Princess Margaret Secondary School selected Kyla Finlayson and Tyler Mckee for valedictorian

55+ B.C. Games hosting give it a try recreational sessions

Free, one-day session for people over 55 to sample a number of sports and activities

Forum connect immigrants to a career path in skilled trades

The South Okanagan-Similkameen Local Immigration Partnership is hosting a forum

Big win for Penticton Pinnacles soccer squad

Nico Kahl scored twice for the Pinnacles who are now 1-1 in the Pacific Coast Soccer League

Excellent conditions for Hayman Classic cycling events

Coaches and riders were unanimous in their praise of the South Okanagan competition

Walk for Cystic Fibrosis at Okanagan Lake Park

The Walk to Make Cystic Fibrosis History will raise money for research and care for those with CF

Penticton trio perform classical music recital

Penticton locals Mia Harris, Christine Robinson and Dennis Nordlund perform on May 26

Oliver Woofstock to raise money for guide dogs

Visit Oliver Lions Park this Sunday for the Woofstock Pet Valu Walk for Guide Dogs

Athlete of the week: Declen Blondin

Declen Blondin is the Penticton Western News/Canadian Tire athlete of the week

Olympian to lead Penticton Peach Festival parade

One of the top bobsled pilots in the world will lead the Peters Bros. Grand Parade

MP Cannings’ long-awaited wood-use bill passes in House vote

The private member’s bill is his first to pass the House, a rare feat for rookie MPs in opposition