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Update: Missing Penticton woman located

Anyone with information about Morena Furlan's whereabouts is urged to call RCMP.

Women of country to come alive at Dream Cafe

Lisa Brokop is combining two of her popular shows for one intimate night in Penticton

Women of country to come alive at Dream Cafe

Lisa Brokop is combining two of her popular shows for one intimate night in Penticton

Kozakevich, Bauer remain chair, vice-chair of RDOS

The position of chair and vice-chair was decided at the inaugural meeting of the Regional District.

Crash causes power outage, alarms, damage to three new Ford trucks

A van that crashed into a hydro pole caused a massive power outage in the west end Wednesday.

Koyczan eager to be in front of hometown crowd

Shane Koyczan, world renowned poet and spoken word artist, returns to Penticton

Blackwood Quartet touring the province

Old family friends of Elvis Presley are bringing a different side of the King of Rock and Roll to Penticton on Nov. 3.

Tavern owner helps family in Mexico involved in explosion

A few people from the community donated items to the family.

Ancestral remains recovery slow going near Cawston

Rain and the hard soil conditions have slowed the recovery process of the ancestral remains.

Let’s talk downtown enhancement tonight

An open house is being held tonight at Victory Hall to discuss downtown enhancement options.

No news is good news for nearby fires

Both the Diamond Creek fire and the one near Cawston are holding in size and pose no public risk.

Work begins to repatriate ancestral remains

For the first time in history, the Heritage Act was used to order restoration of land where ancestral remains were unearthed

Province stepping in to protect ancestral remains

The province is seeking a court order to make the landowner restore the site.

Massive cross-border wildfire growing rapidly

Canadian portion of Diamond Creek Fire grows to 1,700 hectares, forced closure of Cathedral Park.

Massive cross-border wildfire growing rapidly

Canadian portion of Diamond Creek Fire grows to 1,700 hectares, forced closure of Cathedral Park.

Couch ruined, garage saved on Middle Bench

The couch was ruined but the garage was saved thanks to the quick action of the homeowner and nearby firefighters.

Keremeos firefighter prepared for anything

From now on she'll be taking her turnout gear with her everywhere.

Pirate Pak Day is today

Ahoy! Adult pirate pak's are back again today only at White Spot.

Ventriloquist finds her voice through puppets

Kellie Haines, who has Tourette's syndrome, is performing at the Penticton Peach Festival

Fire conditions prompt regional ban on motorized vehicles

If you were thinking of taking your motorized vehicle into the back country this weekend, you're out of luck.