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Penticton man fights to stay in Canada, keep life-saving health care

If Kris Reyes is denied permanent residency, the cost of his dialysis would run too high to keep up

South Okanagan Immigrant and Community Service grand opening

Opening of new facility in Penticton takes place on Thursday, Nov. 23

Revelstoke silversmith receives thank-you letter from 24 Sussex Drive

Arleigh Garratt’s snowflake earrings were gifted to Sophie Grégoire Trudeau during July visit

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          Tattooing couple opens new shop in Lake Country

          Cody and Fabiana Philpott opened NSI Tattoo in August

          Presentation examines effects of screen time

          Children and youths spend 8½ hours a day in front of screens; adults use screens 10½ hours a day

          What’s happening

          Find out what’s happening in your community this weekend

          • Nov 17th, 2017

          Railway to run trains on weekend

          Tickets are selling quickly for Saturday rides on the Kettle Valley Steam Railway

          Penticton Toys for Tots to Teens event grows

          Event has the goal of ensuring no child or teen goes without this Christmas in Penticton

          Vancouver Island woman draws portrait of B.C. fire chief who was swept away by floods

          ‘I felt their loss, and wanted to reach out to them’ says Harpaul Nandhra.

          Honourary royalty to be crowned at Miss Penticton fundraiser

          Two lucky children will be crowned honourary Penticton royalty at a family movie fundraiser

          Summerland wineries to offer tastings, entertainment

          Bottleneck Drive members to participate in seventh annual Light Up the Vines

          Travel Penticton pushing for unified voice in TOTA

          Thom Tischik hopes the regional group can combat tourism woes from wildfires with a unified message

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          Downtown business brings warmth to those in need

          Penticton business offers a free rack outside their store for those in need of a winter jacket

          REMEMBRANCE DAY: In war and peace, two Okanagan women share a one hundred years of history

          “Think how wonderful it would have been if they had lived …Both of those wars took their toll.” (VIDEO INSIDE)

          The night of flaming pumpkins

          Guy Fawkes Night celebration raises money for Summerland Food Bank and NeighbourLink

          Volunteer centre hosting team building event

          The learning event, held at the Shatford Centre in Penticton, is open to the public

          U.S. ‘Pop-up Consulate’ coming to Kamloops

          The one-day session will provide American citizens access to many services, such as passport renewal