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RCMP looking for man who went missing from Kaleden

Phillip Schuhmacher was last seen at this parents’ residence in Kaleden on Oct. 3 at 2:30 p.m.

Former Penticton RCMP officer gets conditional discharge for harassing colleague’s wife

Rachelle Blanchard had PTSD but judge said she still committed carefully thought out crime

Oliver RCMP looking for man wanted for two warrants of driving while prohibited

RCMP ask for public’s assistance in locating Andrew Paul Boyne

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VIDEO: Mother black bear and two cubs frolic outside homes in Penticton
Festival of the Grape
Burdock House opens for Penticton residents experiencing homelessness
FOODIE FRIDAY: Making cheese is harder than eating it

Two vehicle crash at Eckhardt and Westminster a

Eckhardt Avenue and Westminster Avenue remain closed while emergency crews are on scene

From Summerland to Singapore and back, local teacher returns home

Blaze Smith returned to his hometown to teach at Unisus

  • Oct 7, 2019

PHOTOS: Worldclass figure skaters ‘Rock The Rink’ in Penticton

Event featured Canadian ice dancing stars Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir

Unisus welcomes boarding students to new dormitory

Secondary students from eight different countries are attending this year.

  • Oct 6, 2019

Vees win 10th straight game

It didn’t take long for the Vees offence to get its legs early on in the game

What happens to Penticton’s recycling?

The Penticton Library’s latest Learning at Lunch talks Penticton’s recycling process

  • Oct 5, 2019

Charles Manor residents celebrate 104th birthday and 70th wedding anniversary

The facility held a joint celebration for Lloyd Bergoyne and Frank and Gwenn Campbell

RDOS collaborates with stakeholders to examine climate projections in the year 2050

Projections were completed by Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium out of University of Victoria

City of Penticton seeking partners to host annual civic events

The city said it faced multiple challenges in hosting this year’s civic events

Mother bear found dead from gunshot wounds near Keremeos vineyard

B.C. Wildlife Federation offers up to $2,000 reward for info leading to a conviction

First Things First Okanagan speaker compares Liberal, Conservative climate records

Dr. Rose Murphy says Trudeau Liberals are Canada’s first ‘climate sincere’ federal government

Penticton business doubles down on donation for Starfish Pack program

The Rotary Club of Penticton’s program feeds school-aged children and their families

Suspects charged in Penticton shooting, police standoff

Josef Pavlik and Jesse Eldon Harry Mason are scheduled to appear in Penticton court on Oct. 7

Alzheimer’s Walk raises $165 for Alzheimer Society of B.C.

Organizer says bake sale on Oct. 19is another chance to support important cause

VIDEO: Burdock House opens for Penticton residents experiencing homelessness

Residents started moving into the 62 supportive studio units in September

Penticton council continues to voice frustration about the economic investment zone program

Council voted to enter tax exemption agreements with 12 projects for the 2020 year