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Penticton today: Toys for Tots to Teens takes place this morning, city revises Skaha plan and more

Great event to help local families takes place this morning, more news from the Skaha Park agreement and more to get your Tuesday going.

Good morning, Penticton.

The weather outlook for today is mainly cloudy with a 30 per cent chance of showers late this afternoon and a high of 8 C. Tonight rain is expected to being near midnight with a low of 4 C. For the seven-day forecast visit Environment Canada here.

Head down to the Penticton Lakeside this morning until 9 a.m. to help out a great cause. The Toys for Tots to Teens event is taking place and offers a full line-up of entertainment plus a breakfast served by local celebrities. Read more: Annual Toys For Tots to Teens returns

Before they even got to the stage of formal public input, the City of Penticton has announced revisions to the Settlement and Enhanced Marina Agreements proposed on Nov. 1. Read more: City revises Skaha Lake Park agreement

Want a chance to win tickets to the Cirque Musica Holiday Spectacular at the South Okanagan Events Centre on Dec. 4? Check out our Facebook page for more details.

Elsewhere in the province — a Salmon Arm woman who was the target in a Mr. Big sting after a schoolyard killing made a surprise plea to second-degree murder Monday. Read more: Woman in love triangle murder pleads guilty

In entertainment news, Vancouver concert-goers in October were some of the few that got to take in the Kanye West Saint Pablo tour. On Monday, it was reported that he was hospitalized after abruptly cancelling the last 21 dates of his national tour. Read more: Reports say Kanye West has been hospitalized in Los Angeles.

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