Local News

Penticton pharmacy restricted from dispensing opioid treatment drugs

B.C. College of Pharmacists alleges Sunrise Pharmacy dispensed treatment drugs against rules

Penticton to identify for lake-to-lake cycling route

A plan to outline a route will go before council on June 18

It pays off to be a volunteer with Penticton Ribfest

Local businesses will be catering the volunteer breakout tent at the annual event

It’s all about community for Penticton Christian School valedictorian

Holly Waterman, 17, plans to take a gap year and then attend Trinity Western University

Sunniva to sell $125m Ok Falls cannabis production site

Cannabis company says it’s focusing on it U.S. operations

Update: Footage of the bush fire at Forbidden Fruit Winery

The fire started at approximately 12:30 p.m. on June 14, cause is unknown at this time

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Celebrating Father's Day and a good cause
Bush fire breaks out in Similkameen Valley at Forbidden Fruit Winery
Beverage Access Technology Centre announced for Penticton
Goga

New market coming to Penticton this summer

The ARTS Market will launch on June 29 in the Penticton Art Gallery parking lot

Penticton’s Balance Vegetarian Shop & Tea Room to give back to kitties with upcoming fundraiser

Stop by the shop on June 22 to support the AlleyCATS Alliance and indulge in a sweet treat

Protestors take aim at Penticton’s Ribfest

Concerned citizens organized outside of the Rotary Club of Penticton meeting on June 12

Penticton massage therapist accused of sexual misconduct

Leonard Krekic filed a court challenge that states chaperone is a detriment to career

Crews respond to early morning dumpster fire at Tickleberry’s

The fire is not considered suspicious, no property damage was sustained

City of Penticton workers endorse strike action

The city workers have been bargaining with the city for over seven months.

Okanagan-Shuswap weather: mainly sunny

Environment Canada calling for sun again tomorrow across the Okanagan

Barnyard meditation with a friendly nuzzle at South Okanagan farm

Goga is a unique combination of cuddly, four legged creatures with the peacefulness of yoga

Kelowna’s only video store owner considers sale of Leo’s

Rental movie business alive and well, but Leo says it may need ‘new energy’

Penticton gets one more ‘Helping Hand’

The latest outdoor sculpture was installed today at 184 Main St.

Boat accident victims loved outdoor adventure

Two men from Maple Ridge were killed in Okanagan boat collision

Red Wing Resorts raises $25,700 for PRH

Foundation has roughly $300,000 left to raise to reach its $20 million goal

‘Game changing’ beverage technology coming to Penticton

Penticton Okanagan Collge campus will be the site of the new beverage access technology centre

Tar-like substance found in Penticton’s koi pond

The substance was found within the Penticton-Ikeda Japanese Garden along walkways and in the pond