Canada - Penticton Herald
Tuesday - 14th August, 2018
Ottawa sending Army to help as 590 fires burn across B.C.
KAMLOOPS — The federal government is offering support with air power and Canadian Armed Forces tro...
Monday - 13th August, 2018
Statue removal draws protest
VICTORIA — The statue of Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, was hoisted on a ...
Saturday - 11th August, 2018
Takin’ care of business at Rock the Lake
Canadian rock ’n’ roll legend Randy Bachman performs for an appreciative crowd Friday night at t...
Friday - 10th August, 2018
Officials fear blaze will burn into U.S.
The Snowy Mountain wildfire south of Keremeos may jump the border into the United States. A...
Thursday - 9th August, 2018
Sally Ann hoping to combine operations
The needs of Penticton’s most vulnerable are growing and the Salvation Army says it needs to grow ...
Wednesday - 8th August, 2018
Longtime volunteer honoured by Ottawa
Brigid Kemp didn’t need to line up to get a selfie with the prime minister on Monday. When Justin ...
Tuesday - 7th August, 2018
Trudeaus charm Penticton
B.C. Family Day at Gyro Park never attracts thousands of people. But, Monday was different. Prime Mi...
Saturday - 4th August, 2018
Tensions on rise in downtown Kelowna
At times, you can hear the frustration in Tom Dyas’s voice. The past president of the Kelowna Cham...
Friday - 3rd August, 2018
Evacuation alerts grow in Similkameen Valley
Residents in Keremeos, Cawston areas told to be ready to leave properties at a moment’s notice as ...
Thursday - 2nd August, 2018
Essential services withdrawn by band
Essential services provided by the Penticton Indian Band were cancelled Wednesday, as a protest outs...
Wednesday - 1st August, 2018
Show me the money
Adispute over the Penticton Indian Band’s finances came to a head Tuesday on the reserve with arou...
Tuesday - 31st July, 2018
BC Housing criticized over glass office walls
As people struggled last year to find shelter amid Penticton’s housing crisis, the B.C. government...
Saturday - 28th July, 2018
Blaze flares near homes in Kelowna neighbourhood
As soon as Leah Babington was able to park on Yates Road in Kelowna, she torn out of her car, ripped...
Friday - 27th July, 2018
Overdose prevention site ‘a priority’ for Penticton
Health officials say site would save lives, reduce number of used needles discarded around town&...
Thursday - 26th July, 2018
Boundaries next step in national park plan
It appears interest in a national park reserve for the South Okanagan-Similkameen is ramping up agai...
Wednesday - 25th July, 2018
Party’s over for dogs at Penticton brewery
Dogs are no longer welcome inside a popular Penticton brewery following a complaint to Interior Heal...
Tuesday - 24th July, 2018
Threat posed by flames eases in South Okanagan
Just one property remained under an evacuation order Monday due to the Mount Eneas wildfire burning ...
Monday - 23rd July, 2018
Fighting fire with fire
In an effort to tilt the table in their favour, firefighters on Sunday merged two fires into one bet...
Saturday - 21st July, 2018
Blaze near Peachland remains out of control
All resources on Friday were being devoted to what the BC Wildfire Service described as an “out of...
Friday - 20th July, 2018
Mt. Eneas fire intensifies
Highway 97 between Peachland and Summerland was closed again briefly Thursday evening after the Moun...
Thursday - 19th July, 2018
2 Penticton homes destroyed by blaze
Two homes on Acacia Crescent in Penticton were destroyed by fire Wednesday afternoon. Just ...
Wednesday - 18th July, 2018
Blaze along Highway 97 near Kaleden suspicious
In what could be a prelude to a hazy summer ahead, a wildfire flashed to life Tuesday morning alongs...
Tuesday - 17th July, 2018
Curve the scene of another crash
An RCMP officer walks away from a car that hit the ditch Monday afternoon on Highway 97 North near t...
Monday - 16th July, 2018
Adventurous life captured by local author
It’s hard to believe successful Penticton businessman Adam Baumann lived his first years in a mud ...
Saturday - 14th July, 2018
Go-cart camp putting girls on track to career in trades
Jordan Chahley, 11, loves speed. Well, as fast as one can skedaddle in a go-cart sporting a 6.5horse...
Friday - 13th July, 2018
Costs mount in downtown enforcement campaign
Costs are mounting as the City of Penticton ramps up enforcement efforts in a bid to clean up the do...
Thursday - 12th July, 2018
More to airport expansion than pleasing passengers
Improvements underway at Penticton Regional Airport will enhance much more than passenger comfort, f...
Wednesday - 11th July, 2018
Pharmacy doing its part to keep needles off streets
To help reduce the number of discarded drug needles in Penticton, a local pharmacy is offering five ...
Tuesday - 10th July, 2018
Greyhound buses gone as of Oct. 31
Expansion of the regional public transit system may need to be kicked into high gear to prepare for ...
Monday - 9th July, 2018
First doctors graduate from local program
TSpecial to The Herald wo young doctors with roots in the Okanagan are the first graduates of the UB...
Saturday - 7th July, 2018
Drug lab suspected at home that blew up
Drug production gone horribly wrong is now being confirmed by police as the likely cause of a dramat...
Friday - 6th July, 2018
Granfondo to roll Sunday
An estimated 2,200 cyclists will participate in the eighth annual Prospera Granfondo Axel Merckx Oka...
Thursday - 5th July, 2018
Drug users wear out welcome at church
On the chapel doors of Penticton United Church is a yellow sign that reads: “Kids here no needles....
Wednesday - 4th July, 2018
Panda on the picket line
Now here’s something you don’t see every day: a person in a panda costume pedalling a unicycle o...
Tuesday - 3rd July, 2018
COLOURFUL DISPLAY OF PATRIOTISM
Fireworks explode over Penticton on Sunday night in honour of Canada Day. Photographer Gord Goble ca...
Monday - 2nd July, 2018
Prescription drug changes proving painful
Nothing about Bev De Gruchy suggests she’s become an unintentional casualty of the opioid crisis.&...
Saturday - 30th June, 2018
Casino staff hope strike gives them winning hand
Workers picket casinos in Kelowna, Penticton, Vernon and Kamloops in bid for better deal on wages&am...
Friday - 29th June, 2018
Political heavyweights endorsing Konanz for Conservative nomination
With her family by her side and several prominent politicians behind her, Helena Konanz announced Th...
Thursday - 28th June, 2018
Seniors home staffing crisis looms in B.C., report warns
Coming a month after complaints surfaced about a lack of staff at a Summerland seniors home, a new r...
Wednesday - 27th June, 2018
2 men guilty of polygamy sentenced to house arrest
CRANBROOK — Two men who took multiple wives — some as young as 15 — will serve no time in jail...
Tuesday - 26th June, 2018
Community builder, champion, set the bar
Penticton property developer Bruce Schoenne, whose company was responsible for building more than 10...
Monday - 25th June, 2018
Disaster averted in blaze
It had all the makings of an inferno: loads of tinder-dry fuel, no water and a nice breeze. But a qu...
Saturday - 23rd June, 2018
Executive ousted at legion in Penticton
Branch leadership removed by BC Yukon Command for 2nd time in 6 years The Okanagan Weekend&...
Friday - 22nd June, 2018
Christensen again board’s top spender
For a second consecutive year, Elef Christensen was the biggest spender on the board of the Regional...
Thursday - 21st June, 2018
In reversal, Trump orders halt to his family separation rule
WASHINGTON — Bowing to pressure from anxious allies, President Donald Trump abruptly reversed hims...
Wednesday - 20th June, 2018
Injured cyclist, rescuers spend night stuck on hill
Penticton mountain biker located within an hour, but quick evacuation ruled out due to darkness&...
Tuesday - 19th June, 2018
Penticton aims to make downtown more inviting
Work is already underway on parts of a new 16-point strategy to improve the safety and appearance of...
Monday - 18th June, 2018
Race is on in ‘edibles’ market
VANCOUVER — Beer brewed with marijuana, baking mixes concocted to bring out the unique flavours of...
Saturday - 16th June, 2018
Rescuers energized by new technology
Lost and injured hikers could be found faster with a search-and-rescue team’s deployment of electr...
Thursday - 14th June, 2018
Legalization too close to worry about charges
Mounties were searching for more than just weed when they raided a high-profile marijuana dispensary...
Wednesday - 13th June, 2018
Boot kicks off race for mayor’s job
First-term district councillor Toni Boot announced her candidacy for Summerland mayor Tuesday mornin...
Tuesday - 12th June, 2018
Sand needs time to return to normal
We could be well into the hazy, lazy days of summer before Okanagan Lake beach in downtown Penticton...
Monday - 11th June, 2018
Hopes sinking for residents of Twin Lakes
As the wave of evacuation orders in the region gradually dries up, there’s little hope in sight fo...
Saturday - 9th June, 2018
Mounties narrow DPA fraud focus
Penticton RCMP remain active in a case involving “financial irregularities” with Downtown Pentic...
Friday - 8th June, 2018
Canada Border Services raids Penticton home
Members of the Canada Border Services Agency conducted a raid Thursday at a home on Heather Road in ...
Thursday - 7th June, 2018
Prepare now to grow
Penticton is sitting relatively pretty with a 5.4 per cent vacancy rate for retail space, according ...
Wednesday - 6th June, 2018
‘No’ to manual recount
Conducting a manual recount the day after the next municipal election would only introduce more oppo...
Tuesday - 5th June, 2018
Entre-Lacs needs place to play
Your vote could help Ecole Entre-Lacs win up to $100,000 for a natural playground and outdoor learni...
Monday - 4th June, 2018
Summerland graduate dies while overseas
A 22-year-old Summerland native, who graduated from UBCOkanagan last year at the top of his class, h...
Saturday - 2nd June, 2018
Breaking ground on homes for homeless
Modular 46-unit project to be built in 5 months, or a year earlier than traditional construction&...
Friday - 1st June, 2018
Quality of patient care at seniors home defended
Despite claims to the contrary by the local MP and at least one patient’s family, an Interior Heal...
Thursday - 31st May, 2018
B.C. electoral reform referendum includes 2-part ballot question
VICTORIA — Voters in B.C. should be able choose between three forms of proportional representation...
Wednesday - 30th May, 2018
Summer forecast raises threat of another busy wildfire season
Today’s forecast for partly cloudy skies notwithstanding, the months ahead are expected to be hott...
Tuesday - 29th May, 2018
City to pay $1.15M in leaky condo suit
Penticton taxpayers will shell out $1.15 million to settle a longrunning leaky condo lawsuit launche...
Monday - 28th May, 2018
Plan to get animals out safely, too
SUMMERLAND — Emergency preparedness can mean the difference between life and death for your animal...
Saturday - 26th May, 2018
Officials beg boaters to watch their wake
With this weekend’s sunny, hot weather, it could be easy to forget about flooding and focus on fun...
Friday - 25th May, 2018
Evacuation alerts lifted as waters appear to be stabilizing
The outlook is optimistic for flood areas in the South Okanagan as mitigation efforts refocused on k...
Thursday - 24th May, 2018
Man shot during home invasion
An apparent home invasion Tuesday night in Penticton left a 30-year-old man with a nonfatal gunshot ...
Wednesday - 23rd May, 2018
Worst of flood threat over for small, medium bodies of water
Okanagan Lake’s rise is slowing, the Similkameen River’s flow is falling and B.C.’s flood thre...
Tuesday - 22nd May, 2018
Majority of evacuation orders in Boundary Country lifted
GRAND FORKS (CP) — The majority of residents in the Boundary region who were forced from their hom...
Saturday - 19th May, 2018
Imperilled Westside welcomes soldiers
Members of the Canadian military descended on West Kelowna Friday morning to fill and pile sandbags ...
Friday - 18th May, 2018
Don’t fear failure, champ tells students
Hometown hero Justin Kripps says there actually wasn’t much going through his head in the final mo...
Thursday - 17th May, 2018
Flooding remains a concern
Evacuation alerts still in place for thousands of homes along river Despite a spot of good ...
Wednesday - 16th May, 2018
City installs barriers to downtown begging
An ongoing feud between the City of Penticton and Paul Braun boiled over again Tuesday, when two lar...
Tuesday - 15th May, 2018
Get set to get out
Residents of Hedley, Keremeos and rural areas along the Similkameen River who have mobility or medic...
Monday - 14th May, 2018
Flooding likely to worsen
The worst may be yet to come for the flood-weary Osoyoos area, where 70 residential properties and o...
Saturday - 12th May, 2018
Competing in Special Olympics ‘pretty cool’
Tony Wilkinson has got a lot of life experiences and life skills thanks to Special Olympics. In turn...
Friday - 11th May, 2018
Neighbourhood pulls together laying down sandbags to save homes
Flooding had triggered evacuation orders for 93 properties in Okanagan Falls and Osoyoos, and severe...
Thursday - 10th May, 2018
Young Stars returning, but minus Flames, Oilers
Aslightly dimmer version of the Vancouver Canucks Young Stars Classic will return to Penticton in Se...
Wednesday - 9th May, 2018
SOEC pumps millions into the local economy
Anew study estimates the South Okanagan Events Centre complex produced a total economic impact of $3...
Tuesday - 8th May, 2018
Trailer park seniors face eviction this fall
There are plenty of other things 76-year-old Georgine Melatini would rather do with her time than mo...
Monday - 7th May, 2018
Konanz to call it quits
Atwo-term Penticton city councillor has announced she will not seek re-election. Helena Konanz poste...
Saturday - 5th May, 2018
Snowmelt destruction mounts around Valley
Rapid snowmelt in the mountains is wreaking havoc below in the Okanagan Valley, partially washing ou...
Friday - 4th May, 2018
Anchorage for Fintry Queen off park supported by RDOS
Owner of tour vessel wants to moor it off Kickininee Provincial Park, operate trips between Summerla...
Thursday - 3rd May, 2018
Province ‘here to help,’ says official
Parliamentary secretary for emergency preparedness visits region as states of emergency expanded due...
Wednesday - 2nd May, 2018
Master plan approved
After 2 1/2 years, the Parks and Recreation master plan steering committee is recommending more publ...
Tuesday - 1st May, 2018
Downtown construction tough but necessary
Some businesses in the 300 block of downtown are taking a hit due to months of construction and infr...
Monday - 30th April, 2018
Half of Tulameen evacuated
Half the homes in the small community of Tulameen were ordered evacuated Sunday, while residents of ...
Saturday - 28th April, 2018
Water to spout again at Kelowna sculpture
Water should be flowing again at The Sails sculpture in Kelowna by Monday. Repairs to the pump that ...
Friday - 27th April, 2018
Dog owner fined $1,000 in animal cruelty case
A downtown Penticton business owner was fined $1,000 and banned from owning pets for 10 years, after...
Thursday - 26th April, 2018
Convicts join fight against flooding
Some inmates at the Okanagan Correctional Centre are paying their debt to society by joining in the ...
Wednesday - 25th April, 2018
BC Lions visit Penticton
BC Lions wide receiver Emmanuel Arceneaux put some students from Penticton Christian School through ...
Tuesday - 24th April, 2018
Even more snow in hills boosts flooding worries
The Okanagan snowpack has increased significantly since April 1, when it was already at its highest ...
Monday - 23rd April, 2018
Temperatures, flood fears rising
After a weekend that saw hundreds of homes temporarily evacuated in the South Okanagan, officials ar...
Saturday - 21st April, 2018
Guilty pleas expected in murder of gangster
Three gangsters on trial for the 2011 murder of Red Scorpion leader Jonathan Bacon are expected to p...
Friday - 20th April, 2018
More than $15M raised for Broncos
TORONTO — The GoFundMe page dedicated to the Humboldt Broncos, believed to be the largest of its k...
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