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How can you tell when summer is over?
Penticton voters were kept outside the building in the extreme cold temperature on election day
The cost of fire suppression alone is approaching $400 million for 2018
Let us people of the new technology age not be quick to push the delete button on them
The federal government is left holding the bag on a disaster
Not one of them were thinking, certainly not thinking of the public’s best interest
There are many former residents of the Vanderhoof and Fort St. James who relocated to the Okanagan
Hats off and full accolades to the refurbishing of Penticton Creek to a natural state
I have often wondered if we’re doing the right thing about bringing so much attention to the problem
Put it on the municipal election ballot as a referendum question, let the citizens of Penticton speak
Letter to the editor: Wildfire management in B.C. could be done better writes a former Ranger-in-charge
It is patently obvious that B.C. is in a crisis situation relative to wildfire control
I keep the picture of Relvis with mama on my fridge to always remember this treasuredtime
I would also like to sincerely thank the City of Penticton bylaw department
Is it a case of one bad dog spoils it for the pack?
I also feel that limiting this to property owners only may not be reflective
We have owned the riverfront property south of the dam for 72 years
Are we just repeating the same housing cycle?
May I offer another suggestion Mr. Weeber regarding the downtown of Penticton?
No one wants to see families suffering, but most seniors are not as well