Steve Kidd

New technology improves patient safety

Interior Health hospitals strengthen patient medication histories

Reconciliation is a journey

One-act play touches on many aspects on Indigenous experience

States of local emergency lifted

Returning to normal, once the flood threat has passed

Flooding has an impact on South Okanagan tourism industry

Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association said some areas did well over the Victoria Day long weekend

Update: Stolen bike trailer recovered

Custom trailer stolen from Penticton residence Saturday morning

Study looking at declining mule deer population

Southern Interior mule deer project tracking deer movement and health

Firefighters spreading the word about home sprinklers

Penticton Fire Department to take part in Home Fire Sprinkler Day

Traffic slowed on Highway 3 after rollover

Driver tried to avoid deer

City of Penticton begins parking study

Update to South Okanagan Events Centre parking study gets rolling

Talking music at Penticton’s Dream Café

Listen Up! to Holger Petersen

TRUE explores Penticton tourism offerings

Event showcases local experiences for tourism week

Fun and games, medieval style

more fun than watching the royal wedding

South Okanagan vineyard hotel moving ahead

A boutique hotel in a vineyard on the Naramata Bench received support from city council

Granville Island in downtown Penticton

Developer looking to create a public market on Westminster Avenue

Yellowstone to Yukon and beyond

Meadowlark keynote speaker has some big ideas

Evacuation alerts expanded in Similkameen

Unexpected rise in river prompts new alerts

Evacuation alerts expanded in Similkameen

Unexpected rise in river prompts new alerts

More flooding likely in Similkameen River and Osoyoos Lake

Rising water expected to peak Friday

More flooding likely in Similkameen River and Osoyoos Lake

Rising water expected to peak Friday

Water level continues to rise in Osoyoos Lake

Already higher than all-time record