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DPA calls for more police engagement downtown

Downtown association board president Ryan Graham made the call in a presentation to council Tuesday

Penticton woman arrested in connection with homicide released with no charges

A Penticton woman has been released after being arrested in connection with a 2017 homicide

Summerlanders express views about development

More than 80 people spoke out at six-hour public hearing on Banks Crescent proposal

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B.C. Agriculture Minister meets with Okanagan industry leaders

When “a local legend like orchardist Fred Steele is there, it is time to listen…”

Dumpster fire in Oliver

The Oliver Fire Department were dispatched at 5:59 a.m. on Tuesday morning

Okanagan-area ridings mostly ignore local endorsements

Andrew Wilkinson was the top choice in four of seven Okanagan ridings for B.C. Liberal leadership

Highland Motel replacement debuts at council

A company behind Sendero Canyon is planning a 35-unit townhouse development on the land

Battle lines fading with new B.C. Liberal leader: Ashton

Penticton MLA Dan Ashton says Andrew Wilkinson will be able to ‘hit the ground running’

Video shows rough arrest of man in trial on firearms charges

Cody J. E. Wilson was arrested in Penticton on Oct. 7, 2016 outside the Denny’s parking lot

Scotties exceeds attendance target in Penticton

Curling Canada records show attendance was over 55,000 over the 10 days

Ottawa asked to commit to mussel prevention

How will federal funding be distibuted?

UPDATED: Hwy. 1 reopens west of Revelstoke

Was closed early Sunday evening due to high avalanche hazard

Property crime sees tepid growth in Penticton

Residential and business break-and-enters dropped, while auto theft and theft from vehicles are up

Crash snarls Main Street

Fire crews called for tow trucks for both vehicles, but there were no serious injuries reported

City lays out five-year plan

Penticton starting on new economic development strategy

Penticton events drawing younger crowds

Younger entrepreneurs and business people making their presence felt

Summerland woman rises to the challenges of Alzheimer’s

Living each day to the fullest with Alzheimer’s

Penticton up for provincial business award

City last won the Open for Business Award in 2013

Penticton royals shine at Vernon carnival

Miss Penticton Queen Lily Eggert and Princess Makayla Stasuik were at the Vernon Winter Carnival

  • Feb 2nd, 2018

Summerland development incorporates nature

Developer preserving more than half his property from building