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Driver, 28, and passenger, 50, were sent to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries
Keremeos firefighters got a feel for the heat in Penticton’s training grounds this week
Penticton Fire Department responds to report of needles found
A family forced into living in the forest in the hills above Carmi doesn’t know where to go
Employee records breached; there is no concern for patient information.
That’s according to testimony from a forensic accountant in Michael Elphicke’s hockey fraud trial
Isobel Mackenzie believes changes are needed to care aide registry.
Women, children and men marched downtown Wednesday night to fight violence against women
Day talked about his experience at a workshop at the Union of B.C. Municipalities
Central Okanagan Public Schools will be closing the call for a Mission school’s name …
RCMP were asking for the public’s assistance in finding Arthur Harnum
The BC Wildfire Service is attempting to stop the spread of the Bluejoint fire.
Diamond Creek Fire activity diminished to a point Cathedral Provincial Park near Keremeos reopened.
WorkSafeBC issues fine to after employees were at risk at highrise project
Resident finds mortar round found while trimming hedge
A fire started mid-afternoon Monday up Fairview Road between Cawston and Oliver.
Belligerent care aide worker was arrested early Tuesday morning in Penticton
Town hall is for anyone who wants to share their views on how proposed tax changes will affect them
Donation boxes will be secured during Legion’s Remembrance Day campaign
Penticton Community Arts Council event features art in all its diverse forms