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High-profile offender loses appeal to have three-year term reduced, but still has an option available to restore his freedom
Fewer than one per cent of eligible voters registered their opposition to a new Eastside Road transit service.
Some graduating students are concerned the two-week delay in starting the school year will have lingering effects.
Darren John MacDonald, 42, pleaded guilty to five offences stemming from the August 2013 incident.
Investigators are still trying to figure out what sparked a suspicious fire Monday night at a derelict home in downtown Penticton.
A man linked to four stolen vehicles in the span of one week this summer will now be spinning his wheels behind bars.
Schools throughout the South Okanagan will reopen Monday if teachers ratify a new six-year contract.
Expressions of interest are now being sought from private-sector firms for the expansion of Penticton Regional Hospital.
Complaints about rough handling by an RCMP officer failed to get an Oliver man exonerated.
Picket lines likely to stay up at schools until deal is ratified, likely on Thursday or Friday.
Playing with matches likely cost an eight-year-old Oliver boy his life.
Forest fires earlier this week highlight the need for the B.C. government to re-commit to ongoing prevention work, according to politicians.
Love triangle that turned violent resulting in a stabbing did not turn into a jail sentence for a Penticton man.
Blaze in Shingle Creek area pegged at 18 hectares, but is well under control
Police say a 41-year-old died after his bike struck a sedan that was turning off Main Street onto Industrial Avenue
Judge "strongly" recommends former Penticton city councillor be sent to institution that specializes in sex offender treatment
It’s unlikely the City of Penticton will pursue further legal action against a woman accused of defaming its employees.
An eclectic group of people will gather Sunday in Penticton to celebrate the life of George Bullied.
Boonstock’s boss says he wants to see an itemized bill before paying the tab for policing costs associated with the music festival.
Judge says collector lucky he missed the cut-off for tougher mandatory minimum sentence for the offence