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City takes aim at problem properties

New fee for frequent nuisance calls to a property is intended to make landlords take responsibility

MLA Larson wants to abolish daylight saving time

Okanagan-Boundary MLA put forward private member bill

Guns, crossbows and a vehicle stolen from Summerland residence

Daylight break in nets theives a vehicle, guns and crossbows

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    Underwear Fashion Show
      Artist stages kitten fundraiser

        Vehicle flees from road check, crashes

        A stolen vehicle avoids road check and found crashed

        Passing up paid parking on lakeshore

        Plans to bring paid parking to Penticton’s famous Lakeshore Drive are being dropped

        From humble beginnings, Mamas for Mamas keeps growing

        Mamas for Mamas is a registered charity with a penchant for giving back to the community

        City overhauls downtown parking

        Changes include additional 113 downtown employee parking spaces and an extra hour on Lakeshore Dr.

        Oliver shooting victim reportedly dies months later

        The Western News is working to confirm reports Thomas Szajko, victim of April shooting, has died

        Jafa opens new storefront, offers signs for non-profits

        The company will be offering up one free sign a month up to a value of $2,000 for local non-profits

        Penticton man found guilty of child porn charges

        A Supreme Court justice said Jesse Prince’s ‘preposterous’ testimony ‘flies in the face of common sense’

        Families of missing pilot and girlfriend to start own search operation

        Formal search for plane missing since Nov. 25 called off after nine days

        Penticton tower deal on the chopping block

        After eight years with little progress, a tower complex deal in downtown Penticton may be cancelled

        UPDATED: Man found not guilty of sex assaults on South Okanagan minor

        The alleged incidents were reported to have occurred between 2011 and 2012

        Shelley Cook named NDP’s candidate in Kelowna West

        After losing to Christy Clark in May’s election, Cook will give it another shot in byelection

        B.C. Greens name candidate for Kelowna West byelection

        Robert Stupka will run for the party in the riding vacated by former Liberal premier Christy Clark

        Tis’ the season to recycle unwanted Christmas lights

        Several locations throughout the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen to recycle lights

        Dealership fundraiser boost Poppy Campaign

        Parkers’ Chrysler raises $2,500 for Legion fundraiser

        Kelowna West voters to pick Christy Clark’s replacement in February

        Premier John Horgan says while no date yet, he will call the byelection in early January.

        Families to see search through to conclusion

        Six members of Ashley Bourgeault’s and Dominic Neron’s families have travelled to Revelstoke

        Black ice on Highway 97 near Kelowna

        Freezing overnight has made for some slippery sections from Kelowna to Airport, and in Lake Country

        • Dec 3rd, 2017