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Penticton patient care tower fundraising going strong

About $14.3 million in donations for the Penticton hospital has come in

Exercising her right to fight

Thinking inside the box helped push Geneva Kostashen through cancer treatment

Council approves all tax exemption requests

List includes charities, service groups and the Penticton Golf and Country Club

Three calls, two fires, half an hour

Oliver Volunteer Fire Department was kept busy Thursday evening

Alzheimer’s society hosting Coffee Break

Local Alzheimers office hosting fundraiser and meet and greet.

Spirit Ridge rebranding to Hyatt Hotels

First resort in Canada to join Hyatt’s exclusive Unbound Collection

Silver Creek search continues on Day 2
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Backhoe used in search of Silver Creek property
  • 3 hours ago
Search of Silver Creek property continues
    Police confirm search of property underway in Silver Creek

      Recycling pays off for Penticton man

      Recycle-It to Win-It contest winner is from Penticton

      Landlord wants city to crackdown on derelict properties

      Landowner says Penticton needs to devote more resources to bylaw enforcement

      Regional district meeting gets heated

      Accusations of a director bullying and threatening staff surfaced

      • Oct 19th, 2017

      Scotties Tournament of Hearts volunteers get a free ride

      Penticton approves free transit for Tournament of Hearts volunteers

      Refrigeration mechanics students grapple with Fernie’s deadly leak

      ‘Something happened that created an immediate danger, and these guys were in the middle’: instructor

      Bizarre sentencing turns up questions of guilt

      It’s unclear whether a Summerland man will stand trial or return for another sentencing hearing

      Prolific offender arrested in Osoyoos

      South Okanagan detachments assist in arrest of what police are calling a prolific offender

      Keremeos museum changing direction on $50,000 grant

      Museum to put efforts in retrofitting new building not moving old one.

      • Oct 19th, 2017

      CAO reports to District of Barriere on well construction

      Status of well construction and paving projects reported to council

      • Oct 19th, 2017

      Downtown open house draws crowd

      Ideas continue to be fleshed out for downtown Keremeos plan.

      • Oct 18th, 2017

      ‘Unlikely’ 92-year-old escaped before fire: family

      Police still working on the case of Mary Esta, who hasn’t been found since a fire gutted her home

      Osoyoos gets funds for health-care needs study

      Health Minister Adrian Dix says he’s planning to head to the area to hear about the issue first hand

      No cause for alarm in Penticton after arena ammonia leak in Fernie: officials

      Operators of SOEC and Memorial Arena, which both run on ammonia, say they follow strict regulations

      Penticton chamber president wary of small biz tax slash

      Neil Wyper says he’s waiting for more information before fully endorsing a tax drop to nine per cent