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Crown seeking 4 years in Penticton child porn case

Jesse Prince to be sentenced May 7 after guilty verdict for child pornography charges in December

Creek levels rise in Armstrong

State of local emergency continues

Your April 30 Morning Brief

Check out the top stories of the day in the Okanagan-Shuswap with Carmen Weld’s Black Press Morning Brief.

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2018 Medeival Faire
2018 Giant's Head Grind
Osoyoos, Similkameen flooding 'will happen'
Alleged assault on police officer in Hedley

ReStore opens for re-sale for Habitat for Humanity

Third Okanagan outlet for the ReStore operations

Elks help Penticton girl to hear better

Penticton family gets help from Elks Lodge to provide daughter with new hearing aids

Another Oliver-area property added to evacuation order

Another property in the Sportsmens Bowl area added to evacuation order.

Penticton Alzheimer honouree remembered at celebration of life

Pauline Tadey’s life will be celebrated Saturday

Ailing health care biggest hurdle for Okanagan jail

PART SIX: Inmates reportedly wait weeks for broken bones to be seen, challenges with maintaining medical staff

Guilty plea in crash that claims two young women

March 2016 crash claims the lives of two 20-year-olds

Remedying health care at Okanagan’s jail

PART 6.5: PHSA has gone on a hiring bender to bolster health coverage, but OCC not out of the rough yet

Frustrations overflow at Oliver flooding meeting

With warm temperatures continuing and rain in the forecast more evacuations are expected in Oliver

  • Apr 27th, 2018

Mental health clinic opens in downtown Kelowna

Cedar Sage Health and Wellness Clinic is open Monday to Friday

Osoyoos RCMP reminding drivers, cyclists to stay safe

With rising temperatures, more bicycles, scooters and motorcycles are hitting the road

Osoyoos RCMP alerting residents to fraudsters

As well, a man believed to be connected to a rash of trailer break-ins was caught this month

Inmates, machines adding muscle to Oliver flood fight

Inmates are packing 250 sandbags a day, but RDOS says newly acquired machine will push 6,000 an hour

UPDATED: Penticton pharmacist gets $1k fine, 10-year animal prohibition

Joelle Mbamy was expected to stand trial Thursday, instead pleaded guilty to one of three charges

South Okanagan home evacuated due to soil stability concerns

All residents were evacuated safely from the home along Green Mountain Road, RDOS says

Okanagan College offers South Okanagan students college for a day

Okanagan College Penticton welcomes highschool students across the South Okanagan on May 1