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The Dream Music Festival is returning along with shows to the Dream Café as they are set to officially reopen February.
A dual citizen, who resides in Oliver, is facing nine charges alleging he smuggled handguns across the border in Osoyoos.
The scene backstage 10 years ago at the first-ever Many Hats Theatre Company production is going to be a far cry from this year.
Canadian rock mainstay Blue Rodeo brought their latest album, 1000 Arms, and classic hits to the SOEC Tuesday.
A loaded, sawed-off shotgun was among the items located by police in a Penticton hotel last week.
The Penticton Peach Festival returns for its 70th year.
Vancouver band Nothingness have just released their first album and are heading to Saint-Germain Café in Penticton.
A year has passed since Juno-winning Canadian singer/songwriter Alfie Zappacosta visited Penticton.
The variety of Penticton beauty, from art and wine to craft beer and culinary creations, will be on display at the Palette of Penticton
A Penticton man is aiming to provide better access to tools for residents through a co-op.
A man caught breaking into the Osoyoos and District Sanitary Landfill was sentenced to probation and community service Monday.
The Okanagan Beard Festival returned for its second year with registration taking place Jan. 16 at Cannery Brewing.
RCMP briefs for Penticton
RCMP were still investigating a body found near the intersection of Willowbrook road and White Lake Road last night.
A Penticton man was the first to be sentenced from the local courthouse to serve time at the brand new Okanagan Correctional Centre.
Glenn Milchem spoke with arts and entertainment editor Dale Boyd about the power of community and paying tribute to the Tragically Hip.
Harley Maxwell McBride, 34, is facing a total of 15 charges relating to an alleged shooting incident in Penticton on Jan. 9.
Children's Showcase is bringing excerpts from Ballet Kelowna's 150 Moves performance to the Cleland Theatre Jan. 22.
Students got a glimpse inside gang life this week as the End Gang Life presentation visited South Okanagan schools.
John Ike Koopmans has been denied his appeal on two murder charges and one attempted murder by the BC Court of Appeal on Jan. 12