Tara Bowie

Crash blocks Channel Parkway

Northbound was completely blocked, while southbound traffic was reduced to single lane

Fire destroys Cawston fruit stand

A Sunday night blaze that destroyed a fruit stand in Cawston is under investigation.

Parent takes action on drug paraphernalia found at school

Drug paraphernalia and evidence people were living in a shed found at a Penticton school

Shriners Club Variety Show helps make an impact on local children

Shriners Variety Show scheduled Dec. 10 at Cleland Community Theatre in Penticton

A Christmas Carol comes to life in Penticton

Classic Christmas story brought to life by Penticton actors

One person sent to hospital after fire near Keremeos

Fire ripped through a shed and Winnebego at Sunkatchers RV Park Co-operative

Barker brings a mix of comedy and magic to Dream Café

Wes Barker is performing in Penticton on Nov. 24

Penticton students prepare for this year’s 10,000 Tonight

On Nov. 29 students will canvass neighbourhoods collecting food items for the Salvation Army

Update: Missing Penticton woman located

Anyone with information about Morena Furlan’s whereabouts is urged to call RCMP.

Cultural school releases powerful music video

Students from Outma Sqilx’w Cultural School on Penticton Indian Band perform a powerful song.

Women of country to come alive at Dream Cafe

Lisa Brokop is combining two of her popular shows for one intimate night in Penticton

Kozakevich, Bauer remain chair, vice-chair of RDOS

The position of chair and vice-chair was decided at the inaugural meeting of the Regional District.

Crash causes power outage, alarms, damage to three new Ford trucks

A van that crashed into a hydro pole caused a massive power outage in the west end Wednesday.

Koyczan eager to be in front of hometown crowd

Shane Koyczan, world renowned poet and spoken word artist, returns to Penticton

Blackwood Quartet touring the province

Old family friends of Elvis Presley are bringing a different side of…

Penticton patient care tower fundraising going strong

About $14.3 million in donations for the Penticton hospital has come in

Ancestral remains recovery slow going near Cawston

Rain and the hard soil conditions have slowed the recovery process of the ancestral remains.

No news is good news for nearby fires

Both the Diamond Creek fire and the one near Cawston are holding in size and pose no public risk.

PIB leading the charge to target illegal dumping in the region

Penticton Indian Band is urging municipalities for a deeper collaboration to curb illegal dumping

Kim hooked on comedy from the start

Julie Kim will be performing in Penticton as part of the community foundation fundraiser