Phil McLachlan

Thousands affected by Penticton power outages

Two corresponding issues have resulted in approx. 7000 without power

Social media a blessing and a curse during time of crisis: B.C. communication expert

‘In moments of crisis, fear is very real and palpable,’ says SFU’s Peter Chow-White

No hesitation; two bystanders assist in South Okanagan house fire rescue

“I’d do it for anybody,” says Penticton man after assisting in house fire rescue

COVID-19: Penticton bylaw officers enforcing closure of public spaces

They will be enforcing the closure of public spaces to help relieve the burden from local RCMP

BC Housing working to extend Compass Court Shelter operations to June

People experiencing homelessness could be at greater risk if exposed to COVID-19, says government

COVID-19: South Okanagan physician community seeking PPE donations

Those willing to donate unused equipment (list below) should contact ppedonations@sosdivision.ca.

Letter: There is a bright light out there

Random act of kindness prompts letter to the editor

‘We’re ready’ for COVID-19, says South Okanagan health care director

“I will be there with my team until the last of the COVID-19 pandemic is over” - Carl Meadows

South Okanagan restaurant owner’s generosity triggers waterfall of community support

Pizzeria owner Don Gigliotti has been offering free meals to laid off restaurant workers

COVID-19: Most bottle depots in South Okanagan closed

The Osoyoos Bottle Depot remains open but to three customers maximum at a time

Penticton RCMP seize $6,000 in illegal cigarettes

RCMP found the illegal cartons of cigarettes during a traffic stop

In photos: Okanagan residents celebrate #NationalPuppyDay

Puppies galore! Yesterday we asked for photos of your puppies in commemoration…

Princeton mayor confident health and safety of workers ‘top priority of their employers’

COVID-19: Mayor urges locals to practice social distancing, stay home when they can

COVID-19: Visitation limits in place at all Interior Health sites

Essential visits only restriction now in place to keep patients, healthcare workers safe

RCMP investigating apparent shot fired into Penticton motel

No one reported injured, identity of shooter remains unknown

Grass fire near Penticton airport spreads up ridge, stopped by rock face

Fire crews received numerous calls of a grass fire near the airport, and responded in full force

COVID-19: South Okanagan doctor offering free virtual appointments to anyone in need

With more clinics closing, many left wondering how they can get the medical assistance they need

South Okanagan woman offering free pet food to those in need

Located in the Penticton-Summerland area, Tricia Roche is offering to help those in need

Elderly Okanagan couple reflect on leaving Philippines, entering self-quarantine

Staying postitive the most important thing amid global pandemic, says 78-year-old

COVID-19: Okanagan prison closed to visitors, no confirmed cases of virus

Individuals in custody still have access to legal council, encouraged to contact clients via phone