Tara Bowie

Oliver holds onto Wine Capital of Canada designation

It might be hard to swallow for other communities but Oliver remains Wine Capital of Canada

Revving up for Penticton to Kelowna bus service

An aggressive timeline claims if things run smoothly a bus service could be operational by Fall 2019

Time to prepare for flooding is now

Regional District staff urge residents prone to flooding to start preparing now

Okanagan program to target ‘rats of the sky’ where they roost

Research shows destructive starlings prefer the roosting appeal of dairy farms in the North Okanagan

RCMP in the South Okanagan “moving forward” on shutting down pot shops

The South Okanagan’s top cop said police are working towards shutting down illegal pot shops

Police hit brakes on responding to theft from vehicles

Out of 744 theft from vehicle calls last year only three charges were laid

Neighbours ‘save the day’ when Jeep starts on fire

Damage could have been much worse if neighbours hadn’t pitched into help with Jeep fire in Keremeos

Police act fast, arrests made in donation jar theft

A donation jar at a Keremeos gas station was stolen, police make arrest within 24 hours

Family home, police car targets of shootings in Keremeos

There were no injuries in two shootings that occurred in Keremeos over the weekend

Government pours it on, declares April B.C. Wine Month

Alberta’s loss, B.C.s wine drinkers gain

Wine ban hasn’t got our winegrowers worried

Similkameen Independent Winegrowers talk about Alberta wine ban

Road conditions factor in two collisions near Keremeos

Two collisions occurred within an hour of each other Wednesday morning near Keremeos

Horse program at Okanagan jail therapeutic

Osoyoos Band members are helping inmates heal by teaching them how to care for horses

Old Dominon on top in Canada as they roll into the South Okanagan

Old Dominion brings blend of old-fashioned country charm, lyrical wit and rock ‘n’ roll grit

Penticton belly dancer vying for $100,000 scholarship

Penticton belly dancer hoping to dispel stigma by competing for spot on Quebec TV show

UPDATE: One homeless after travel trailer fire in Olalla

The owner had no insurance and all contents were destroyed

Todd on another Olympic adventure

Keremeos resident Marnie Todd is in PyeongChang, South Korea working for Freestyle Canada

Memorial for Keremeos teen cut down

Family devastated after memorial for 19-year-old who died tubing was cutdown earlier this winter

Notley uncorks B.C. support for wine ban

In a series of Tweets, the Alberta Premier claims BCers support wine ban

South Okanagan man has urn containing his father’s ashes stolen

A Penticton resident is hopeful his father’s urn will be returned after it was stolen from his truck