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Yes, there will be ugly Christmas sweaters
‘The Penticton Seven’ is described as a hazy pale ale with Ekuanot and El Dorado hops
Council approved the mayor’s request to add the Mounties to planning for the budget
Cactus Court and Quail Crossing are both close to completion
Saint Germaine Cafe and Gallery served its last latte Sept. 19
Tourism from B.C. has bolstered the town’s economy over the summer
The city presented three options currently under consideration to council on Sept. 15
Sicamous Houseboats has moved in to the former Waterway Houseboats property.
Escape into the wilderness and #lovelocalpenticton when Chute Lake Lodge reopens for the season
Noise complaints during 7 p.m. cheer for health care workers also received
Improvement program offers partial reimbursement for businesses renovating or redesigning facade
Kat Gellerman has spent more than 20 years working in the food business
A World War Two era piece of airplane navigation equipment is just one interesting find in Keremeos
Robert Summers joined the Hester Creek Estate Winery team in 2006.
A set of celluloid topped glove and collar boxes are some of the many interesting finds in Keremeos
Antique Chinese furniture carved by hand is the first of many interesting finds in Keremeos
Local businesspeople worked their ideas to present before a panel of judges.