Tara Bowie

Garnett Valley residents impacted by mudslide still not allowed home

Local State of Emergency renewed for two homes in Garnett Valley a week after mudslide

Large scale marijuana facilities in industrial zones get green light

Company already planning to invest $125 million create 220 jobs in OK falls

Don’t wait, start preparing for flooding now

The Keremeos fire chief is urging people who live close to creeks, river to be prepared

Penticton theatre troupe delve into a comedy thriller

The Many Hats newest production the Art of Murder will have the audience rolling in the aisles

Okanagan Falls Industrial Park no place for pot: Siddon

Area D director against pot production in OK Falls industrial zones

Village to upcycle old bridge in beautification project

Pieces of the old red bridge will be used to beautify Keremeos

Dreams coming true for Penticton musician

Mason Burns to play Dream Cafe April 6.

Firefighters overflowing with community support

Four Keremeos firefighters helped out Willowbrook in their time of need

Government, social services working on Keremeos housing solutions

Local groups are working on social housing solutions to help attract staff to treatment centre

Truck stuck for almost a week after mudslide near Twin Lakes

Truck might be stabilizing mudslide caused by overflow of Toy Creek

Calgary singer heads back to Okanagan with stop at Dream Cafe

Ellen Doty’s newest album Come Fall highlights the young but seasonedsinger’s voice

Similkameen residents face long wait for bus solution

Scheduling key for Similkameen bus riders in proposed B.C. Transit Penticton to Kelowna expansion

Penticton Art Gallery exploring gender identity, sexuality

New exhibit at PAG opens March 24 with a big party and explores gender identity, sexuality

Oliver holds onto Wine Capital of Canada designation

It might be hard to swallow for other communities but Oliver remains Wine Capital of Canada

Revving up for Penticton to Kelowna bus service

An aggressive timeline claims if things run smoothly a bus service could be operational by Fall 2019

Time to prepare for flooding is now

Regional District staff urge residents prone to flooding to start preparing now

Okanagan program to target ‘rats of the sky’ where they roost

Research shows destructive starlings prefer the roosting appeal of dairy farms in the North Okanagan

Okanagan program to target ‘rats of the sky’ where they roost

Research shows destructive starlings prefer the roosting appeal of dairy farms in the North Okanagan

Sparks continue to drive hard at provincials

Boys continue on route to gold while girls suffer tough losses

From the provincial courts

Here’s some news on how our senior girls and boys basketball teams are doing at provincials