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Alzheimer’s volunteer this year’s honouree

Alzheimer’s volunteer this year’s honouree

This year’s Walk for Alzheimer’s honouree is being recognized not for her struggles with the devastating disease but for her tireless volunteer work in support of those affected by it.
Food banks help with oral health care

Food banks help with oral health care

Dental association and ScotiaBank step up to help expand oral health program for those in need.
Opening day for the community market

Opening day for the community market

Saturday is the first day of the year for the Downtown Penticton Community Market
Arson sentencing delayed

Arson sentencing delayed

Sentencing for Cascade Gardens fire adjourned
Hike in landfill fees put on pause

Hike in landfill fees put on pause

Residents can go back to dumping up to 500 kilograms of free yard and garden waste
Flood watch

Flood watch

A perfect storm is happening for flooding throughout the region
New top cop eager to come to Penticton

New top cop eager to come to Penticton

Engaging with the community is on Insp. Ted de Jager priority list
COLUMN: Public servants should serve us

COLUMN: Public servants should serve us

A cynic might conclude that the government is trying to limit any bad news prior to election day.

Updated —Kelowna under water: Crews are rapidly trying to get control of overflowing creek

Crews are trying to mitigate rising water across the city, but flowing water and rainfall is wreaking havoc …
Police car rammed during attempted arrest

Police car rammed during attempted arrest

No officers were hurt after a man allegedly rammed a police vehicle as RCMP were attempting to arrest him at a Fairview Avenue store Monday.