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Teachers voted nearly unanimously to proceed to binding arbitration in their dispute with the B.C. government, which wants no part of it.
Penticton’s mayor says he’s still unsure if he’ll run in the Nov. 15 municipal election.
Mounties call on Penticton music festival promoter to pay back B.C. government
Fortis shelved its proposal to build a dam on the Similkameen River, but a local politician isn’t ready to breathe a sigh of relief yet.
Long-time officers choke up as they testify about the grisly scene they discovered at a downtown Penticton thrift shop
Teachers will vote on Sept. 10 on their union’s proposal to take their long-running dispute to binding arbitration
Judge in Penticton sentences Ronald Teneycke to time served in relation to run-ins with Mounties earlier this year
Several hundred people are expected to pound the pavement in Penticton during the event, set for Sunday, Sept. 14.
Alleged incident in 2007 being used to prove he's a dangerous offender and his lawyer wants to know why it didn't merit charges
Construction will begin this fall on an expansion of the boarding lounge at Penticton’s airport to make room for WestJet Encore.
Dangerous offender hearing continues for man who admitted to brutal sexual assault in Penticton in 2011
West Bench resident is calling for an audit of the community’s water billing practices to determine how many special discounts given out.
About 70 parents and kids protested Tuesday in Penticton to urge a resolution to the teachers' dispute that's closed B.C. public schools
After a blistering pace in the first half of the year, Penticton’s real estate market cooled down a bit in July.
Penticton resident encouraging parents to join a protest on Tuesday, which was slated to be the first day of school.
The man accused of driving the boat that killed an 18-year-old on Osoyoos Lake three years ago may have to find a new lawyer.
Defence claims father is a supporter of motorcycle club and that would speak to his credibility.
A local government is preparing to offload a narrow strip of property that is being eyed as an addition to Ok Falls Provincial Park.
RDOS voted unanimously to kill a restrictive covenant placed on an 18-unit townhouse development in Naramata.
12-year-old South Okanagan boy testifies about alleged abuse from T.J.B..