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Town of Oliver receives award for annual financial report

The town’s finance department is being honoured by the GFOA

Dementia journey the long good-bye

More than 70,000 people in B.C. have been diagnosed with dementia

Penticton rallies behind food truck for the vulnerable

Multiple community organizations and businesses donate to Ooknakane Friendship Centre’s food truck

The Countdown is On: 100 days until the opening of the David E. Kampe Tower
A look inside Penticton's Idea Forge Maker Studio
Story Time from Space
Ooknakane Friendship Centre helps vulnerable sector with food truck

Bench Market donates to Penticton food bank

The Penticton Salvation Army Food Bank received a cheque for $500

  • Jan 12, 2019

Drive BC issues fog warning along Hwy 97C on Jan. 12

The service is reporting fog patches from West Kelowna to Pennask Summit

Space shuttle reading over the Okanagan?

Astronaut Alvin Drew believes his pilot book reading could “very well” have been over Penticton

Armstrong man missing

Vernon North Okanagan RCMP seek public’s help

100 Men Who Care: the New Year begins with sharing

100 Men Who Care meet on Jan. 23 at the TIME Winery & Kitchen

  • Jan 11, 2019

Okanagan-based telescope provides new insights beyond our galaxy

Canada’s largest radio telescope detects fast radio bursts originating 1.5 billion light years away

Easy score for thief in Osoyoos

Osoyoos RCMP are reminding people to help reduce property crime

Naramata continues to fundraise for marina flooding damage

A dance and silent auction is set for Jan. 19 in Naramata to raise money for marina repairs

Policy to track and punish those who abuse of City of Penticton staff

Mayor Vassilaki approves of the policy as long as it is used with ‘common sense’

Penticton RCMP not at fault for in-custody death

An investigation lead by IIO determined the arresting officer, detachment not at fault

Story Time from Space reaching new heights for Penticton educator

Patricia Tribe can’t believe how her reading and sciene program from space has grown internationally

Penticton CAO announces he is leaving

Penticton CAO Peter Weeber is stepping down from his position

Update: Highway 3 now open

Vehicle incident on Highway 3

Coyote Cruises looking to enhance Okanagan River Channel experience

Operated by the K’ul Group, the business wishes to secure long-term certainty with City of Penticton

Penticton council upholds fee for paper utility bills

The fee is collected under a hybrid-model to offset cost of production and mailing

Intoxicated cyclist hit by vehicle in downtown Penticton

RCMP said the cyclist suffered minor injuries