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Penticton Indian Band holding groundbreaking for waterline project

$3-million project getting full funding from federal government to replace aging waterlines

New role at Pathways to help navigate addictions recovery in Penticton

The part-time role received a year’s worth of funding from the Community Action Initiative

Okanagan gets representation among B.C. friendship centres

Delegations from Vernon and Penticton were elected to the B.C. association’s board of directors

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Federal minister visits Penticton
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Penticton pharmacy establishes a used needle return program

Update: BC government condemns racist comments on sign

Province calls hate-filled scrawls near Kamloops ‘ignorant, cowardly and reprehensible’

  • Jul 9th, 2018

DEA confirms involvement in RCMP’s Ucluelet homicide investigation

“We stay in our lane, which is drug crimes. That’s where we stay.”

Details revealed about 2016 kidnap-torture cases in B.C.

Langley woman sentenced to five years for two abductions

B.C. crews sent to help fight devastating wildfires in Ontario, Quebec

Both provinces helped B.C. during the 2017 wildfire season

Variable speed limits coming to some B.C. highways

The variable limits are expected to be in operation next summer, at an estimated cost of $25 million

Black bear breaks into lunch boxes, picnic baskets on B.C. beach

Conservation officers say the animal is unusually aggressive and goes right up to people

Police looking to ID suspects in Vernon-linked Surrey shooting

It’s related to a shooting one year ago in the 7700-block of 147A Street in Newton

RCMP believe convicted sex offender may have more victims in B.C.

In March, Randolph Byron Dunlop was found guilty of sexually assaulting a woman in 1994

UPDATE: Crash near Lumby claims life, passenger airlifted to hospital

Emergency personnel responded to the fatal accident on Lumby Mabel Lake Road Saturday night

Osoyoos council votes for privately-operated cannabis retailers

Frustrations with provincial and federal governments pushed the Town of Osoyoos to make a decision

Duct tape used to haul boat nets B.C. driver hefty fine

Vessel was held with duct-tape reinforced straps on a trailer with no brakes and a handmade axle

B.C. fire chief says there’s no need to park so far away from fire hydrants

Reducing parking distance limits from fire hydrants could create 2,650 new parking spaces in Surrey, city staff say

Stewart concert coming to Kelowna on Nov. 1

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer touring across Canada

Caution summer road maintenance ahead

Okanagan-Similkameen drivers reminded to use caution as Argo crews do road work

Moscow says it regrets UK nerve agent poisoning death

A British woman died after being poisoned last month