Tara Bowie

Water samples good in Hedley

Water woes in Hedley had some residents questioning the communication plan of the HID earlier this week

Water samples good, Hedley awaits drinking water A-OK

Water woes in Hedley had some residents questioning the communication plan of the HID earlier this week

‘I thought I was dead as soon as I saw the gun’

Keremeos gas station attendant tells story about man with gun coming to store

Popular Similkameen winery grows

Corcelettes winery outside Keremeos has bought more land and is expanding

UPDATE: Olalla man taken into custody following police incident

Highway 3A is closed south of Main Street Olalla due to police presence.

Grand Chief Stewart Phillip recognized with honorary degree

Grand Chief Stewart Phillip was awarded an honorary degree from the University of British Columbia

Phillip recognized with honorary degree

Grand Chief Stewart Phillip was awarded an honorary degree from the University of British Columbia

Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra lands in Cawston

The Cawston Hall is bringing in an exceptional group, the Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra, on Nov. 30.

Rural recreation tax, priority for Penticton

Three Penticton regional district reps want a way to tax rural areas for recreation services

South Okanagan kettle program in need of volunteers

The Penticton Salvation Army kettle program has 700 slots to fill

100 Homes showing documentary on homelessness

Documentary on homelessness showing Nov. 21 called Us and Them

Cawston orchardist talks about prestigious award

Local orchardist talks about winning award at Royal Agriculture Winter Fair

Penny has been found!

Carolyn Hawkins located the missing pooch in the Uplands Court area of Penticton

Public invited to Penticton council swearing in

The new Penticton council will be sworn in on Nov. 6 at the Trade and Convention Centre

Car hits hydro pole, slows down Highway 3

Highway 3 about 15 kms west of Keremeos down to one-lane alternating traffic

Students get skills training for careers at Penticton Indian Band

More than 30 students are enrolled in two new programs being offered at the Penticton Indian Band

Arts Rising festival painting a more intimate feel

A Penticton festival dedicated to art starts Sept. 20

Only mayor race for Keremeos

Council is acclaimed, two contenders for mayor of Keremeos and three for Area G.

Vigil to be held in Keremeos for missing and murdered Indigenous women

The vigil will be held Oct. 4 at Victory Hall

More candidates come forward for Lower Similkameen

Some familiar faces put their name in for council and regional district area director positions