Local News

Arrest made in 1 of 4 homicides in Penticton last year

Kiera Bourque arrested Tuesday after RCMP investigation into a 17-year-old boy’s death in April 2017

Subject of Canada-wide manhunt facing four charges

Man who allegedly severely injured two people at an Aldergrove RV park appeared in Penticton court

Enderby woman pleads guilty in animal cruelty case

Kennel owner ties elastic hair band around visiting dog’s testicles.

Penticton beach ready
Penticton Peach City Beach Cruise
Penticton mother concerned about intersection

Kangaroo Creek Farm looking to move

Lake Country - The farm has its sights on Old Vernon Road

Attempted murder suspect may be in Vernon area

Police have been unable to locate Tyson Cole, wanted for attempted murder and firearms offences

Okanagan Falls victim testifies on years of sexual abuse from step-father

Victim claims abuse from age 10 to 16, while defence claims abuse started when victim was 15

Multicultural Champions: Escaping a difficult life in El Salvador

Two women escaped a very difficult life in El Salvador to rebuild their lives in the South Okanagan

Penticton crews respond to car fire at landfill

The older model station wagon appeared to have two occupants at the time of the fire

RCMP boat patrols return

Police looking for infractions, safe boating on Okanagan lakes

John Mellencamp to play Kelowna in November

Tickets for the concert at Prospera Place go on sale June 1.

Nature comes to life on canvas

Penticton artist Terry Isaac is hosting an open house and giving back

Teaching at-risk kids to reach their potential

Agassiz alternate school head offers program at UBCO this summer

Toddler struck in hit and run

Penticton RCMP said a toddler was struck in a hit and run on Main Street and Eckhardt Avenue

Penticton reaches settlement on Lakeview Terraces

City out $1.15 million for leaky condo dispute

  • May 28th, 2018

First-degree murder charge laid in Vernon cold case

Both accused are also charged with conspiring to commit the murder of Saminder Kaur Bogarh.

UPDATED: Elizabeth May pleads guilty, fined $1,500 in pipeline protests

Federal Green Party Leader was one of more than 150 people facing criminal charges

B.C.’s devastating 2017 wildfire season revisited in new book

British Columbia Burning written by CBC journalist Bethany Lindsay

Keeping track of bats in the Okanagan

Seeking bat colonies and volunteers for B.C. bat counts

  • May 28th, 2018

Gear up for Bike to Work/School Week

This is the 10th year Penticton has been involved (four years for Bike to School)

Beard Fest on board with Discovery

The annual Okanagan Beard Festival has given nearly $10,000 to Discovery House in three years