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Bluff slides south of Summerland

The District of Summerland said a small silt bluff has fallen

Disco is still alive for BC Family Day in Osoyoos

Get ready to boogie down to Sun Bowl Arena for an afternoon of family fun.

Families often reach out to Variety as ‘last resort’

Variety CEO tells about the work of the Children’s Charity

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Responders save man who friends say overdosed on fentanyl
'Once in a lifetime opportunity' for Penticton minor hockey players
Neighbour remembers man who lost his life in deadly Huth Ave. fire
Aerial view of Highway 97 Slide

Regional directors need more time on Nickel Plate Provincial Park expansion

Members of the Nickel Plate Nordic Ski Club near Apex say planned logging will ruin trails

Penticton breweries now live on BC Ale Trail app

As of Feb. 6, the five Penticton breweries are now featured on the province-wide craft beer app

Sons of Uplands parent council treasurer plead other parents to volunteer

The PAC lunch program that netted over $10,000 last year is lacking parental support

Commercial investment in Penticton on the rise

Penticton economy healthy through 2018

Fine for man involved in assault at London Drugs

Assault occurred at London Drugs in the Cherry Lane Shopping Centre

ICBC lowball injury offers aren’t driving up court costs, ministry says

B.C. auto insurance monopoly struggling with rising legal, settlement costs

Regional district asking for more from Penticton taxpayers

Chief financial officer for the RDOS said the increase is similar to other years

Frigid temperatures forcing Penticton shelters into overflow mode

Two Penticton shelters helping the homeless are already beyong capacity during current cold snap

BC Transit plans expansion of service for Penticton area

Proposed Penticton-Kelowna route was highlighted as a key focus

Penticton Greyhound bus depot to become parking lot

Council approved the demolition of building, parking lot to exist short-term

Penticton expects short-term rentals to continue to grow

Need for greater enforcement to convince operators to comply with city regs.

Shaping up for best snow conditions of the season at Apex

Big snow system forecasted for Apex Mountain Resort

Volunteers needed for Penticton’s Emergency Support Services

ESS volunteers are invaluable in responding to people in need during an emergency

  • Feb 5, 2019

Update: Crews have removed more than 500 cubic metres from rock slide site

Main transit corridor between Penticton and Kelowna expected to reopen on Wednesday afternoon

Chamber pres concerned over economic impact of extended Highway 97 closure

Penticton chamber president wants to bring the topic of alternate route to the board

Summerland man helps unite B.C. dirt bike community after theft of boys bike

GoFundMe for Lower Mainland child’s stolen bike almost at goal in just 72 hours

Wiltse PAC setting the bar high for new playground equipment

Wiltse Elementary PAC members hoping to raise $60,000 for new playground equipment