Local News

Motorcyclist medevaced to Kelowna after collision with deer near Apex Mountain Resort

Male suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries to his neck

First-time basketball tournament in Keremeos aims to bring community together

Registration deadline is Aug. 21, tourney happens on Aug. 24

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'We finally got one': Calgary Stampeders win the Grey Cup
CFL Grey Cup results from 2013-2018
Bo Levi Mitchell dedicates CFL's top player award to teammates

Okanagan dancing to the beat of many drums at the Pow Wow Between the Lakes

Day two of the Pow Wow Between the Lakes featured a vast array of dancers of all ages

New way to connect with South Okanagan-Similkameen family physicians

Patients who do not currently have a primary care provider can add their name to a centralized list

Osoyoos woman who threatened mom and baby with butcher knife sentenced

Sharon Constance Forner pleaded guilty to one criminal charge and was sentenced

Biggest First Nations cultural event in the South Okanagan returns

Third annual pow wow at the Penticton Indian Band is this weekend

South Okanagan Eagle Bluff wildfire classified as held

BC Wildfire crews will still work on Eagle Bluff blaze for some time

Cross Canada horseback riding sisters trek through Cawston

Sister duo is raising money and awareness about the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides

Alleged destruction of protected bird nests in the South Okanagan investigated

Cliff swallows are a protected species under the Migratory Bird Convention Act and are in decline

Planned ignitions to help containment of South Okanagan wildfire

Smoke will likely be visible from nearby communities, including Oliver, Penticton and Osoyoos

Predator Ridge hosts second annual Summer Night Market

Bring the whole family to this unique experience

Overruled plea agreement means 426 days in jail for Okanagan woman

The woman’s crimes took place between the Vernon and Penticton area

Record number of cars roll in for Kars Under the K

Keremeos resident wins Mayor’s Choice Award

UPDATE: Enterprise Way re-opened after report of found explosive device confirmed false

People in buildings on Enterprise Way, between Leckie Road and Hunter, told to leave area

BC Wildfire mopping up areas of Eagle Bluff blaze

Smoke could be visible again due to a planned ignition

Okanagan chamber announces new executive director

Diane Kereluk is the new executive director for the Penticton and Wine Country Chamber of Commerce

Wildfire crews credited with saving Okanagan raptor rehab centre

The manager of SORCO is thanking the B.C. Wildfire Service crews for helping save the facility