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Friday - 28th April, 2017
reluctant heroes, but still heroes
Lifeguards are the underappreciated fifth pillar of the public safety system, says city manager Pete...
Wednesday - 26th April, 2017
City asks court to help with pot battle
City officials have turned to the courts for help shutting down a Penticton marijuana dispensary. A ...
Monday - 24th April, 2017
Dear old things
Two people with 181 years of life experience between them were recognized Sunday as the seniormost m...
Saturday - 22nd April, 2017
Softwood lumber strife just about greed, Clark tells crowd
WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. (CP) — Greedy “lumber barons” in the United States are to blame for the so...
Friday - 21st April, 2017
Candidates speak up for voters
PEACHLAND — The gloves were off but nobody landed a knockout punch. The first of four all-candidat...
Wednesday - 19th April, 2017
Life for murder
Penticton resident Grace Robotti has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering the mother of he...
Tuesday - 18th April, 2017
Soupateria serves Easter lunch
Volunteers Sharon Sutherland, Isabel George, Hope White and Cathy Rublee help Monday to serve a spec...
Sunday - 16th April, 2017
Rivals drop in on Sikh festival
VANCOUVER — British Columbia’s Liberal and NDP leaders largely kept the politics out of their sp...
Saturday - 15th April, 2017
Clark courts future voters
Christy Clark has a cat named Kevin — and it’s female. This tidbit was revealed Friday as the pr...
Thursday - 13th April, 2017
No liquor in here
The mayor calls it “old news,” but a Penticton activist is cheering confirmation this week that ...
Wednesday - 12th April, 2017
Hidden camp cleaned out
Employees of the Penticton Indian band have the unenviable task this week of cleaning up a sprawling...
Monday - 10th April, 2017
MLA accused of buying votes, throwing public money around
What a week it was for Dan Ashton. The Penticton MLA was mentioned in 10 press releases from April 4...
Sunday - 9th April, 2017
Unique and far-sighted military strategies helped Okanagan soldiers capture the centre part of Vimy ...
Friday - 7th April, 2017
Lawyers make final arguments in assault trial
Appropriately enough for a trial that focused on the aggravated assault of a psychiatrist, the attac...
Thursday - 6th April, 2017
Light rain and a stiff breeze couldn’t wipe the smile off Grace Berger’s face Wednesday as she s...
Tuesday - 4th April, 2017
Monday - 3rd April, 2017
All-star singalong of Canuck classic ends show
OTTAWA (CP) — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asked for it, Bryan Adams delivered. Sunday night...
Saturday - 1st April, 2017
Robotti says she was trying to buy time before confessing
Grace Robotti said her actions in the moments and days following Roxanne Louie’s death were done t...
Friday - 31st March, 2017
Syrian refugee now invaluable employee
Ahmad Al Mohammad is like every other employee at the Rona store in Penticton. He just happens to be...
Wednesday - 29th March, 2017
Doctor quits to run in election
The chief of staff at South Okanagan General Hospital in Oliver resigned his position Monday, and sa...
Monday - 27th March, 2017
Sunday - 26th March, 2017
Fan Xpo draws crowd
The Okanagan Sunday Characters and creatures from every movie, TV show and comic book imaginabl...
Friday - 24th March, 2017
Dragon takes bite of craft pop deal
Penticton businessman Jason Cox was positively bubbling Thursday morning after his soda company was ...
Thursday - 23rd March, 2017
Yes sign smashed
National park supporters are fuming after a billboard was chopped down by vandals last weekend only ...
Tuesday - 21st March, 2017
WASHINGTON — The FBI is investigating whether Donald Trump’s associates co-ordinated with Russia...
Monday - 20th March, 2017
Timely rescue saves teen’s life
It’s doubtful any of the emergency personnel who attended a special reunion recently in Penticton ...
Saturday - 18th March, 2017
Water funding pours in
Residents of South East Kelowna are one step closer to having clean, safe drinking water, says Kelow...
Friday - 17th March, 2017
Vees fans hyped for tonight’s game
He’s often called Slash or Howard Stern because of his long, curly black hair. A moniker Jon ...
Wednesday - 15th March, 2017
Students praise policy
Members of a social justice group at Penticton Secondary School have given an A-plus to a new policy...
Tuesday - 14th March, 2017
Cataract surgery gets boost from auxiliary
Patients undergoing eye cataract surgery at the Summerland Health Centre now benefit from the latest...
Sunday - 12th March, 2017
Race to the bottom
Athletes raced from the mountain to the lake during a multi-sport competition Saturday morning durin...
Saturday - 11th March, 2017
Aviation company’s business lifts off, sparks hiring spree
When Kelowna Flightcraft completes its latest hiring spree, it will have a record-high number of wor...
Thursday - 9th March, 2017
City Hall lockdown
Athreats complaint drew a heavy police presence to downtown Penticton early Wednesday and triggered ...
Wednesday - 8th March, 2017
Shift in economic direction cuts ties
Penticton’s new city manager refused Tuesday to elaborate on his decision to cut ties with economi...
Monday - 6th March, 2017
Major repairs complete; clean water flowing again
Clean water began flowing again Sunday morning to thousands of homes and businesses in Summerland, f...
Sunday - 5th March, 2017
Friday - 3rd March, 2017
Thursday - 2nd March, 2017
Wednesday - 1st March, 2017
Monday - 27th February, 2017
Wrong winner announced for best film
LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Moonlight” won the best picture trophy at the Academy Awards in a historic...
Sunday - 26th February, 2017
Festival a day of play
The Okanagan Sunday Chinese lantern making, First Nations storytelling and Japanese origami fol...
Friday - 24th February, 2017
Warning signs should have been posted on the KVR Trail to alert users to bolts sticking up from a br...
Thursday - 23rd February, 2017
School spreads kindness
KVR Middle School celebrated Pink Shirt Days on Tuesday and Wednesday. Leadership 8 students planned...
Tuesday - 21st February, 2017
Discharge, probation for teenager charged with sexual assault
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following article contains graphic sexual content which some readers may find d...
Monday - 20th February, 2017
Sikh temple ordered to hold new AGM, elect new board
Complaints about improper voting procedures have prompted a judge to order the Penticton Sikh Temple...
Saturday - 18th February, 2017
Sacred space offers peace and comfort for every faith
People of all faiths now have a new space to meet, pray and meditate in at Kelowna General Hospital....
Friday - 17th February, 2017
City signed gag order as part of deal with Trio
As if to underscore the point, one of the few sections not deemed a secret in the termination agreem...
Thursday - 16th February, 2017
Search warrant executed at home of alleged gun smuggler OLIVER — Heavily armed police officer...
Tuesday - 14th February, 2017
Trudeau, Trump off to amiable start
There was no talk of walls, only bridges as Donald Trump exuded amiability Monday in a first meeting...
Sunday - 12th February, 2017
Travelling to tournament more than half the battle
Highway closures caused major problems for ringette players travelling to Kelowna for the 27th annua...
Saturday - 11th February, 2017
Motorists stranded in icy weather
Freezing rain and snow forced hundreds of people to stay in their vehicles overnight after a major h...
Friday - 10th February, 2017
Market staying strong
Penticton’s “blue-chip” real estate market kicked off 2017 with a 33 per cent year-over-year i...
Thursday - 9th February, 2017
Bentley thrills local fans
Dierks Bentley and his band played to a capacity — and raucous — house at the South Okanagan Eve...
Tuesday - 7th February, 2017
Slippery road blamed for crash
The driver of this pickup truck was uninjured Monday afternoon after crashing on Highway 97 just nor...
Monday - 6th February, 2017
Lifelong New England Patriots fan Dustin Gerk celebrates the team’s incredible victory at Super Bo...
Saturday - 4th February, 2017
Fan Xpo hoping to attract herds of nerds
Pop culture, in all its kaleidoscopic and cartoony glory, will be showcased in the fourth annual Kel...
Friday - 3rd February, 2017
Boat target reached
The Penticton Fire Department’s new rescue boat will be on the water by the May long weekend. Fire...
Thursday - 2nd February, 2017
No place to park
He’s not your typical scofflaw, but Penticton contractor Kim Gartner says the city has left him no...
Tuesday - 31st January, 2017
U.S. travel ban facing mounting legal scrutiny
WASHINGTON — The legal fight over President Donald Trump’s ban on refugees is likely to turn on ...
Monday - 30th January, 2017
Fisheries society won’t support developer’s plan
The Freshwater Fisheries Society of B.C. cannot support the proposed Banks Crescent development unti...
Saturday - 28th January, 2017
The cash-for-access controversy dogged Premier Christy Clark while in West Kelowna on Friday. H...
Friday - 27th January, 2017
Police identify murder victim
The scene where a murder victim was found last week off Willowbrook Road, south of Penticton, remain...
Wednesday - 25th January, 2017
Expect best Peachfest ever
With Peachfest celebrating 70 years and Canada its 150th anniversary, this year’s Penticton Peach ...
Tuesday - 24th January, 2017
‘I think of him every day.’
Heavy sobs could be heard in a hallway at the Penticton courthouse Monday as an RCMP officer collaps...
Monday - 23rd January, 2017
2nd meeting planned for input on new development
SUMMERLAND — A public Q &A session on a controversial seniors’ development drew such a large...
Sunday - 22nd January, 2017
Women’s marches bring out millions
WASHINGTON — In a global exclamation of defiance and solidarity, more than 1 million people rallie...
Saturday - 21st January, 2017
Easy and cheesy beer dip ready in 15 minutes— C5
Fires, bricks mark daylong assault on inaugural festivities; police arrest more than 200 people ...
Friday - 20th January, 2017
Trump sweeps into capital for his big day
WASHINGTON — Ready for his big moment, Donald Trump swept into Washington on a military jet Thursd...
Thursday - 19th January, 2017
Mounties aren’t saying if they believe there’s a connection between a dead body and a burned-out...
Wednesday - 18th January, 2017
PENTICTON JOINS CANADA’S 150TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
Hundreds of tiles painted by members of the community have been assembled into a three-metre-square ...
Tuesday - 17th January, 2017
Government Street home gutted by fire
Flames fuelled by a gas source created a “blowtorch” effect that gutted a Penticton home Monday....
Monday - 16th January, 2017
Beware of the cats
With a family of cougars currently on the prowl in Penticton, it’s a good time for residents to br...
Sunday - 15th January, 2017
Musical revue includes medley from No. 1 Broadway show
The Okanagan Sunday For people unable to see “Hamilton” in New York — which is nearly eve...
Saturday - 14th January, 2017
IHA wants to have mobile supervised injection site
Amobile supervised injection site is in the works for Kelowna, Interior Health announced Friday afte...
Friday - 13th January, 2017
Police incident shuts bridge
The Daily Courier Apolice incident closed the eastbound lanes of the William R. Bennett Bridge ...
Thursday - 12th January, 2017
Bail hearing today
Both the victim and alleged gunman in a shooting earlier this week in Penticton have checkered pasts...
Wednesday - 11th January, 2017
Penticton’s Marcia Batie lived out every crib player’s dream Monday when she was dealt a 29-poin...
Tuesday - 10th January, 2017
A seller’s market now
New records for construction and real estate sales set last year in Penticton may not hold up for lo...
Monday - 9th January, 2017
Hail to the (fire) chief
When he assumed command of the Okanagan Falls Volunteer Fire Department back in 1967, Bob Haddow and...
Sunday - 8th January, 2017
Owner distraught after man demands money before returning missing dog
MIRAMICHI, N.B. — It was the call she was hoping for, but not the call she expected. Denise Ramsay...
Saturday - 7th January, 2017
Sorry, we’re full
In the midst of a busy flu season, Kelowna General Hospital is overflowing with patients. As of Frid...
Friday - 6th January, 2017
Kids learning photography skills
Outma Sqilx’w Cultural School student Trey Terbasket took this photo as part of the Imagine Change...
Thursday - 5th January, 2017
Vancouver sales dipped in 2016
Vancouver’s real estate market had a roller-coaster year in 2016, peaking with record sales in the...
Wednesday - 4th January, 2017
Values still rising
An 8,500-square-foot home in Trout Creek valued at $4.6-million is the most expensive residential pr...
Tuesday - 3rd January, 2017
Watching a hockey player turn his attention from stopping pucks to stopping traffic was the last str...
Monday - 2nd January, 2017
Kampe chosen as newsmaker of the year
It’s challenging writing a story without a direct quote from the subject. David Kampe doesn’t gr...
Saturday - 31st December, 2016
Black Friday eclipsing Boxing Day for sales
The Okanagan Saturday Boxing Day and Boxing Week has lost some of its oomph. “Black Friday ha...
Friday - 30th December, 2016
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Thursday - 29th December, 2016
Chabad Okanagan’s Hanukkah Tour 2016 held a celebration at Lorraine’s Cafe in Penticton on Tuesd...
Wednesday - 28th December, 2016
SUNNY DAY FOR A WINTER WALK
Rob Nagy and Fran Bruce enjoy a walk in the sunshine along Okanagan Lake with Sophie, a Havanese Pom...
Tuesday - 27th December, 2016
Rotten weather no reason to skip Boxing Day bargains
Even snowy skies and slushy streets didn't deter some savvy shoppers eager to cash in on Boxing ...
Monday - 26th December, 2016
Newsmaker of the year? It’s up to you
Who was the South Okanagan’s Newsmaker of the Year in 2016? Finalists in the 14th annual poll of H...
Saturday - 24th December, 2016
The Okanagan Saturday More people have gotten the flu in the Interior this season than in the p...
Friday - 23rd December, 2016
Kids rave about Sally Ann programs
The following is a first person account by two of the youngsters from our community. “I just turne...
Thursday - 22nd December, 2016
Slim Friesen celebrates the season with his wife, Hazel, at a Christmas social at Good Samaritan Vil...
Wednesday - 21st December, 2016
Council OKs Trio lease for liquor
Trio Marine Group has been granted an interim two-year lease for Skaha Marina to help keep the taps ...
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