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Penticton-area politicians now occupy three of the top four spots on two regional boards.
Summerland man recorded two friends having sex at a party and it didn't take long for the video to end up with police
Student athletes will be directed to not strip down court-side, following a parent complaint.
Linda Van Alphen was chosen to lead the Okanagan Skaha School Board.
A local psychiatrist is “lucky to be alive” after he was allegedly attacked Friday afternoon at Penticton Regional Hospital.
A Penticton psychiatrist is “lucky to be alive” after he was allegedly attacked the afternoon of Dec. 5 by Gregory Nield.
A brain-injured man who punched a retired Mountie during an incident of road rage has been spared a jail term.
Linda Van Alphen installed in the position of board chairperson of the Okanagan Skaha School District by acclamation.
Mounties won't release details, but want help to find out more about Shaun David Randall
One of the loudest advocates for federal rules to drown invasive species’ attempts to reach Okanagan lakes is cautiously optimistic
Man charged in connection with two shooting deaths near Princeton slated for five-week jury trial in Penticton
Nearly two-thirds of rural residents would rather pay higher user fees than see their taxes go up to pay for neighbouring facilities.
Penticton man says he will now think twice about answering his door in the middle of the night after being attacked.
One person convicted and another acquitted in connection with 980-plant operation taken down in rural Oliver
Bringing loaded handgun into Canada has cost an American man both the firearm and a $7,500 fine.
Two people allegedly connected to a 980-plant marijuana grow-op discovered on a rural property near Oliver are on trial.
The former resident of Keremeos with a history of such offences has also been banished from the community for three years
Expansion of the boarding lounge at Penticton airport that was supposed to begin before the first WestJet flight landed has yet to take off.
Retired medical researcher last week urged Regional District of Okanagan-Similkmaeen politicians to outlaw smart meters in their communities
Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen (all areas): Mending fences with Penticton and building fences to keep out feral horses.