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After almost a half century of service to her community, Darlene Bailey is stepping down as chief of the Kaleden Volunteer Fire Department.
The 200-block of Main Street was the Napa Valley of the north for a time on Friday during the filming of a made-for-tv movie.
A youth was treated at Penticton Regional Hospital for stab wounds he received in what police believe was a result of a group fight at Lions Park on June 4.
Support for women and children in crisis has a very special place in Mike Tarrant's heart.
The ongoing construction work on the David E. Kampe Tower at Penticton Regional Hospital may result in delays for pedestrians and motorists between May 29 and June 6.
It was 66 years ago Tony Day (retired Flight Lt.) took on the role of commanding officer of the fledgling Penticton Royal Canadian Air Cadet 259 Panther Squadron.
The Okanagan Skaha school district this week announced a number of administrative changes for the 2017/18 school year.
BC's tourism industry last year experience record-setting numbers and the trend is expected to continue heading into the summer season.
Pier Water Sports afraid they may lose the structure on Okanagan Lake
Water notices have issued for Naramata and the Sage Mesa region by the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen.
As Okanagan Lake levels are expected to remain high this weekend, Danny Ironside and his son decided to give the kids in the Romp statue a helping hand.
A Penticton music producer is looking for a few good guys and gals to be in an upcoming video next month at the Shatford Centre for the Arts.
Penticton RCMP files of note for the week
The middle ages will once again come to life at Desert Park with the annual Osoyoos Medieval Faire
A group of Okanagan Hockey Academy students traded their sticks for shovels to help out some Twin Lakes area property owners threatened by rising water levels.
Weekly round up from Penticton RCMP
Penticton’s unofficial temporary walk of art was showcased Saturday with the unveiling of the six public sculpture exhibits.
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.
Traffic control person’s foot was run over by a vehicle, driver was on cell phone
RCMP surrounded Penticton Okanagan College Monday afternoon in search of the male