Tara Bowie

Update: Highway 3 west of Keremeos open to alternating traffic

Update: Highway 3 west of Keremeos open to alternating traffic

Details scarce about collision that has closed Highway 3 west of Keremeos

Update: Highway 3 west of Keremeos open to alternating traffic
Okanagan furry community members were spotted around Penticton over the weekend. (Submitted photo)

Behind the mask of the South Okanagan furries community

Penticton furries community member said it’s not a sexual thing

Okanagan furry community members were spotted around Penticton over the weekend. (Submitted photo)
Keremeos top cop talks pot shop

Keremeos top cop talks pot shop

Cpl. Brian Evans proved the Review with some comments on a proposed pot retail shop in Keremeos

Keremeos top cop talks pot shop
VIDEO: Men strut their stuff in Underwear Show for Penticton triathlete

VIDEO: Men strut their stuff in Underwear Show for Penticton triathlete

Clients of Okanoggin Barbers strutted their stuff to raise funds for Ironman athlete Jen Annett

VIDEO: Men strut their stuff in Underwear Show for Penticton triathlete
Give a hoot and don’t touch baby birds

Give a hoot and don’t touch baby birds

SORCO raptor rehab reminds residents to stop before they touch baby bird

Give a hoot and don’t touch baby birds
Four Penticton residents arrested for violent attack on homeless

Four Penticton residents arrested for violent attack on homeless

Four individuals have been arrested for a attack and robbery on two homeless men

Four Penticton residents arrested for violent attack on homeless
South Okanagan-Kootenay MP calls federal budget ‘not bold enough’

South Okanagan-Kootenay MP calls federal budget ‘not bold enough’

Richard Cannings, MP for South OK and Kootenay communities says budget missed the mark

South Okanagan-Kootenay MP calls federal budget ‘not bold enough’
Models at the 2018 Okanoggin Barbers underwear fashion show. The second underwear fashion show is happening Wednesday at the Barking Parrot. (Western News file photo)

Men ready to strut in their underwear for South Okanagan triathlete

Okanoggin Barbers second underwear fashion show happening Wednesday at Barking Parrot

Models at the 2018 Okanoggin Barbers underwear fashion show. The second underwear fashion show is happening Wednesday at the Barking Parrot. (Western News file photo)
A prescribed burn is being on the east slope of Crater Mountain this month. (file photo)

Prescribed burns to happen this month outside of Keremeos

The Lower Similkameen Indian Band with partners are starting a multi-year burn on Crater Mountain

A prescribed burn is being on the east slope of Crater Mountain this month. (file photo)
Premier John Horgan, right, walks with Hardy Wentzel, CEO of Structurlam in Okanagan Falls. Horgan made an announcement Wednesday that the B.C. Building Code will update to allow mass timber construction of 12-storey buildings. (Tara Bowie/Penticton Western News)

B.C. first province to allow 12-storey mass-timber builds

Premier Horgan announced in OK Falls that mass-timber will be allowed on buildings up to 12 storeys

Premier John Horgan, right, walks with Hardy Wentzel, CEO of Structurlam in Okanagan Falls. Horgan made an announcement Wednesday that the B.C. Building Code will update to allow mass timber construction of 12-storey buildings. (Tara Bowie/Penticton Western News)
Video: Do you know these alleged thieves?

Video: Do you know these alleged thieves?

Penticton RCMP need assistance identifying two individuals that attempted to steal items

Video: Do you know these alleged thieves?
More staff changes at Penticton and area schools

More staff changes at Penticton and area schools

Skaha Lake Middle School and West Bench Elementary School will have new principals next year

More staff changes at Penticton and area schools
RCMP raided an Oliver home and seized items stolen from vehicles. (File photo)

Oliver woman arrested in theft from vehicles

A rash of theft from vehicles occurred over the past weekend in the community of Oliver

RCMP raided an Oliver home and seized items stolen from vehicles. (File photo)
Penticton Lakeside Resort used mass timber for its west wing expansion. (File photo)

Penticton building manager says more mass timber options a positive

Penticton and Regional District Okanagan-Similkameen back up to 12 storey mass timber buildings

Penticton Lakeside Resort used mass timber for its west wing expansion. (File photo)
Penticton bulky item pickup first week of April

Penticton bulky item pickup first week of April

Residents can put two bulky items out on their regular garbage day

Penticton bulky item pickup first week of April
B.C. first province to allow 12-storey mass-timber builds

B.C. first province to allow 12-storey mass-timber builds

Premier Horgan announced in OK Falls that mass-timber will be allowed on buildings up to 12 storeys

B.C. first province to allow 12-storey mass-timber builds
Although fire burning along the mountainsides is a cause for anxiety and fear for residents, some solace should be found in the fact that there isn’t a high fuel-load within the boundaries of Keremeos. (Joe Lebeau/Hashmark Photography)

Risk from wildfire within Keremeos low

A recent wildfire report states there isn’t much high intensity fuel within the village limits

Although fire burning along the mountainsides is a cause for anxiety and fear for residents, some solace should be found in the fact that there isn’t a high fuel-load within the boundaries of Keremeos. (Joe Lebeau/Hashmark Photography)
A photo of principal Scott Edwards at Queens Park Elementary School participating in anti-bullying activities in 2015. (Mark Brett/Penticton Western News)

Leadership changing at four Penticton and area schools

Top positions changing at four schools including Giant’s Head, Queen’s Park, Columbia and Wiltse

A photo of principal Scott Edwards at Queens Park Elementary School participating in anti-bullying activities in 2015. (Mark Brett/Penticton Western News)
phone in toilet (pixabay)

Okanagan bar warns of dropped calls in the bathroom

If you’re headed out to enjoy some libations make sure you hold on to your phones tight

phone in toilet (pixabay)
South Okanagan politicians petitioning Air Canada for Penticton Vancouver flight

South Okanagan politicians petitioning Air Canada for Penticton Vancouver flight

Regional District Okanagan-Similkameen directors voted to send letter to Air Canada

South Okanagan politicians petitioning Air Canada for Penticton Vancouver flight
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