Tara Bowie

Flood mitigation has Twin Lakes residents optimistic

Major work has gone on in Twin Lakes over the last week

Cawstonites answer the call for sandbagging help

A call out to social media prompted about 20 people to come help sandbag a home on Sharp Road

Highway 3 between Keremeos, Hedley closed

Water from the Similkameen River forced the closure of Highway 3 between Keremeos and Hedley

Dozens of homes near Similkameen River on evac alert in rural Keremeos

Homes in several mobile home parks west of Keremeos are now on evacuation alert

Two homes evacuated, 40 on alert in Lower Similkameen

High water in the Similkameen River forced evacuation of homes on Lower Similkameen Indian Band land

Water pools along Highway 3 causing dangerous conditions

Drivers in the Lower Similkameen should take caution on area highways Wednesday morning.

Penticton choir headed to the Big Apple

The 17-member choir invited by composer Joseph Martin

Lower Similkameen Indian Band declares State of Local Emergency

At least one home evacuated as Similkameen River overflows in Chopaka

Keremeos prepares for the worst, hopes for the best

Keremeos Mayor Manfred Bauer talks about what happens if there is an evacuation order

Mighty Similkameen on flood watch

The Lower Similkameen braces for flooding along the Similkameen River

Twin Lakes residents brace for massive flooding

Twin Lakes resident making the best of a bad situation

George Thorogood moves it on over to Penticton

George Thorogood and the Destroyers return to Penticton May 10

Keremeos RCMP link drugs to previous crime

Abbotsford man who crashed through gate at Riverside facing more charges

Owner of Fintry Queen eyes Summerland as moorage site

Regional District Okanagan-Similkameen voted to provide a support letter for the tourism endeavour

Ministry still working on plan for Highway 3A

A mudslide on Highway 3A between Keremeos and Princeton eroded the roadway, one-lane remains open

Father-daughter duo behind the sets of Many Hats

Dan McCune and Kristine Lee have been creating sets for Many Hats in Penticton for the last year

High water receding in Cawston

Warm weather and a little rain caused a flurry of activity sandbagging in the Cawston area

Help needed sandbagging in Cawston

Several properties facing flooding in Cawston and in need of help

‘There’s so much history, we need two museums’

Lots going on with museum society, hope is to open both museums this summer

WorksafeBC overturns $66,000 fine

A review process ended in penalties being dropped against a Langley company working in Penticton