Local News

7th annual Walk to Defeat Depression takes aim at mental health issues

One in five Canadians will be affected by a mental health issue in their lifetime

Two ‘suspicious’ fires under investigation

Penticton Fire Rescue responded to two small fires on Sept. 29 at 4:11 and 4:22 a.m.

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2018 Penticton Business Excellence Awards

Bosley’s Penticton donates to animal emergency response group

$1,743 was donated by Bosley’s to the Animal Lifeline Emergency Response Team

Retirement home residents raise $600 for the Alzheimer’s Society of BC

The money is being matched by the company which owns the residence for a total donation of $1,200.

Penticton Regional Hospital celebrates Orange Shirt Day with PIB

This is the first year the hospital and community have recognized the celebration

Traffic accident closes Lakeside Road near city limits

The vehicle collided with a City of Penticton power pole

Your morning news in 90: Sept. 28, 2018

Tune in for 90 seconds to get the top headlines for the Okanagan, Shuswap and Similkameen.

Minister visits PIB to announce training partnership

B.C. Advanced Education, Skills and Training Minister Melanie Mark was in Penticton Thursday

Car jumps the curb on Front Street, portion reduced to single-lane traffic

Emergency services are on scene, cause of the accident is still under investigation

Penticton mayoral candidates weigh in on homelessness

Each of the six candidates had their own viewpoint of the problem and possible solutions

Who’s running in Oliver’s election?

Candidates for the Oliver municipal and rural election

Another Penticton all-candidates forum announced

Penticton all-candidates meeting focused on senior issues

Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce to offer “speed-dating” style candidate forums

Participants will have 5 minutes to chat with each participating candidate

Members for Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee

The committee will seat 13 members to advise on current operations, upcoming projects, and more

Woman charged with manslaughter of her boyfriend elects jury trial

Penticton woman chooses a jury trial for manslaughter charge

Oliver hosting grape-stomping good time

The annual Festival of the Grape is promising to be bigger and more fun than ever

Tempering the Okanagan cannabis legalization ‘gold rush’

Retail selling of marijuana offers potential business opportunities and pitfalls

Two-vehicle collision slows traffic at Eckhardt and Martin Street

Minor injuries are reported, the cause is still under investigation