Tara Bowie

Similkameen sportsmen cast concerns about Summerland housing project

Keremeos-Cawson Sportsmen Association voices concerns about housing project near Summerland hatchery

Local teen to open for Brett Kissel in Penticton

Beamer Wigley will open for country music star Brett Kissel in Penticton March 16

Crews respond to rollover near Olalla

At least one person was taken to hospital after a single vehicle…

Horse dies in car crash

A horse was killed and a motorist injured in a collision Wednesday…

Marron Valley, Summerland sites put to the curb

Regional directors vote against Marron Valley, Summerland for regional compost facility

Pot shop reopened as convenience store

Raided Cawston medical marijuana dispensary now reopened as convenience store

Maggie brings Dr. Seuss characters to life

Seussical the Musical opens Feb. 1 at Princess Margaret school in Penticton

Open house teed up for Twin Lakes development

Developer holding open house for controversial Twin Lakes housing project

RCMP allege Cawston pot shop sold to minors

RCMP further explain arrest and seizure of cannabis at Cawston marijuana dispensary

SOAP Theatre takes on Old Love in new production

Old Love opens in Oliver at Frank Venables Theatre Feb. 2 and has dates in Osoyoos

Stolen items dumped in creek reunited with owners

The power of curiousity and social media reunited the Penticton Pistoleras with some stolen gear

Cawston marijuana dispensary to remain closed

The Amber Light Compassion Society released a statement via its FB page early Saturday morning

Two storms headed to the Interior

Heavy snowfall and rain is expected throughout the Interior over the next two days

Two storms headed to the Interior

Snowfall warnings are in effect Saturday for the Shuswap and Coquihalla highway

Penticton girl approached by man offering beer

A Penticton mom is urging others to talk to kids about what to do when a stranger approaches

Ready, set, grow

The third annual Okanagan Beard Festivals in Penticton kicks off Monday night at the Cannery

New exhibit at Penticton Art Gallery highlights strength of Indigenous people

ReSilience #597 showcasing work from the En’owkin Centre opens Jan. 26 at the Penticton Art Gallery

Attacked by cougar and lived to wag his tail

A year after a cougar attack, a Keremeos dog named Hemi is still going strong

Mailbox thefts increase around Keremeos

Police are urging residents to pickup mail regularly as thieves target mailboxes

Penticton roller derby star headed to world cup

A Penticton roller derby player is lacing up her skates to compete…