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Pow Wow – “teaching others how to be teachable”

The annual Indigenous Day Pow Wow at the Shatford Centre

B.C. man wins job he was denied after saying he had depression

Transport Canada has been order to give Chris Hughes a high-level job and nearly $500,000

Tables turn as city hall rebuffs Penticton panhandler’s settlement attempt

City lawyer told the court they didn’t believe Paul Braun ‘is serious about complying with the law’

Emergencies drove up Penticton’s 2017 wage costs

Overtime pay for flood and fire recovered from province

Gun, drugs and cash seized in arrest of alleged B.C. fentanyl dealer

Vancouver Island man Brent Connors is facing nine charges in relation to investigation

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Indigenous Day celebration at the Shatford
Penticton bylaw hitting the streets as part of new downtown plan
Penticton beach ready
Penticton Peach City Beach Cruise

City renews agreement for Airport Beach

Penticton beaches cleaned up for summer season

Cherry growers hope to avoid helicopter use

Extended rainfall can damage cherry crops

  • Jun 22nd, 2018

Coldstream standoff suspect enters five guilty pleas

Accused man pleads guilty to five more counts from February standoff with police.

Vernon hosting Game On tourney at Village Green Hotel

Inaugural street hockey tournament faces off July 28

Penticton bylaw hits the streets to maintain presence in downtown area

Regular bylaw tours intended to keep active role in maintaining clean, safe downtown

Penticton woman startled awake by intruder

A woman living in the 800 block of Fairview Road received a rude awakening

A year after fire, Penticton senior and his dog thankful to be together

Terry Theroux was separated from Scruffy for months after evictions, fire displaced Highland residents

Kindness meter moves from breezeway to Penticton City Hall

The move follows some contention about the meter’s location in a legal battle with a panhandler

Penticton getting beach ready

With the first big weekend of the summer Penticton’s beaches are ready for tourists and locals

RDOS board investigates using Penticton admin building

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

Firefighters flipping for funds

The annual Penticton firefighters pancake breakfast Saturday and Sunday

City commended for working on infrastructure management

Penticton isn’t unique in having to deal with the problem of aging infrastructure

Man gets 2 years in prison for assault on Okanagan Correctional officer

Union rep said inmate sucker punched correctional officer, continued assault after officer fell

Little Learners daycare in Penticton wins national award

The Little Learners Child Care Centre at Okanagan College’s Penticton campus wins big award