Tara Bowie

Firefighters conducting water testing

Penticton firefighters will be doing fire flow rate testing in some neighbourhoods Friday

Rural Oliver cannabis production facility gets go ahead

RDOS directors voted to allow a variance permit for a rural Oliver medical cannabis facility

B.C. Wildfire Service responding to Cawston area fire

A Thursday afternoon thunderstorm is suspected to be the cause of a wildfire near Cawston

RDOS board investigates using Penticton admin building

Regional elected officials voted to have new board look at feasibility of a joint admin building

Penticton Art Gallery auction ranges from the iconic to the obscure

The Penticton Art Gallery is holding it’s largest fundraiser of the year June 28.

Main intersection in Keremeos to be closed early next week

Soil removal from the site of an old gas station will close a portion of Highway 3 for two day

Most of Keremeos council looking to be re-elected

Jason Wiebe is the only Keremeos council member who has not yet declared they are running

Penticton lacrosse team battles hard in Barnburner tourney

The Penticton Midget Lacrosse team remains in the B-division after a tough Barnburner tourney

Reel in the fun this Father’s Day

Lots going on in the South Okanagan and Similkameen for Father’s Day

Best of the South Okanagan 2018

Penticton Western News readers voted for their favourites in dozens of categories

Crews to start removing sandbags

Removal of sandbags to start next week along Okanagan Lake in Penticton

YES Project moves into second fundraising phase

The Foundry is expected to open this November, offering services for youth

Plan to fix Highway 3A still in the works

Engineers still working out permanent fix for Highway 3A between Keremeos and Penticton

Willowbrook holding fun fire department open house

Help Willowbrook by attending the annual fire department open house

Lengthy discussion leads to regional district renting office space

Regional District Okanagan-Similkameen directors talked at length about renting space across alley

Flooding costs continue to rise

Over $6.7 million has been spent on flood mitigation in the Regional District Okanagan-Similkameen

Voting by mail supported by Keremeos council

Council voted Monday to approve mail voting in the upcoming municipal election

Keremeos firefighters extricate two people after single vehicle crash

One airlifted and other seriously injured after crash on Green Mountain Road

Penticton doctor recognized

Dr. Leona Harries earned the My Family Doctor Award recently

Breaking: RCMP raid Okanagan Falls dispensary

The Herbal Green Apothecary opened on Main Street in Okanagan Falls was raided Wednesday