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Saturday - 20th October, 2018
Hundreds stand in line to meet cannabis celebrity
Hundreds of people lined up at Quick Grow and Diablo Nutrients in Kelowna Friday evening for a chanc...
Friday - 19th October, 2018
Your hands, their safety
Public safety has emerged as the main issue in Penticton’s municipal election campaign, say all th...
Thursday - 18th October, 2018
Disecting a public-private partnership
More than four years after the original freedom of information request was filed, The Herald is once...
Wednesday - 17th October, 2018
The madness is over
Marijuana is now legal nationwide, but two Penticton activists are hoping strict enforcement won’t...
Tuesday - 16th October, 2018
Julio Duarte, a Grade 8 student at Holy Cross School, casts his mock ballot for the upcoming municip...
Monday - 15th October, 2018
Pen-Hi staffer leaves mark
Don’t let the title fool you: Richard Morgan may be employed as a custodian at Penticton Secondary...
Saturday - 13th October, 2018
Devotees of local author get their wish
The latest book by a world-renowned Kelowna author tells the story behind one of his most famous tal...
Friday - 12th October, 2018
Good wife equals long life, says 103-year-old
Lloyd Burgoyne has a little secret to staying young: “don’t drink, don’t smoke, and marry once...
Thursday - 11th October, 2018
Fiery pipeline explosion in B.C. raises possibility of natural gas shortage
PRINCE GEORGE — The company that distributes natural gas to homes around B.C. is urging its custom...
Wednesday - 10th October, 2018
South Okanagan hit by market correction
Penticton’s real estate market cooled off a few degrees during the first three quarters of 2018.&a...
Tuesday - 9th October, 2018
Casino company’s injunction attempt deemed frivolous
A judge has swatted aside a “frivolous” attempt by Gateway Casinos and Entertainment to control ...
Saturday - 6th October, 2018
Safety council in jeopardy without immediate lifeline
The Kelowna & District Safety Council is shutting its doors forever at the end of the month ...
Friday - 5th October, 2018
Few sparks as Summerland mayoral hopefuls square off
SUMMERLAND — Although it’s one of the most hotly contested races in the valley, both candidates ...
Thursday - 4th October, 2018
Seniors focus for hopefuls at forum
Seniors’ issues were in the spotlight Wednesday as Penticton political hopefuls laid out the elder...
Wednesday - 3rd October, 2018
LNG Canada project in northern B.C. receives final approval from shareholders
VANCOUVER — Final approval for a massive liquefied natural gas project in northern B.C. shows that...
Tuesday - 2nd October, 2018
Fresh legal drama surrounds Naramata candidate
A political candidate in Naramata is embroiled in a messy business dispute that has now landed in co...
Monday - 1st October, 2018
Back-back summers of smoke stoking tourism industry fears
TThe Canadian Press he smoke has cleared after the worst forest fire season in B.C. history but tour...
Saturday - 29th September, 2018
29 years after son vanished, mother just wants to know
After almost 30 torturous years, Denise Allan is no longer after vengeance or justice in the death o...
Friday - 28th September, 2018
Man’s walk across Canada a childhood promise fulfilled
The message Dave Gutscher is sharing with kids across the country is to never give up on a dream —...
Thursday - 27th September, 2018
Justice minister defends approval of roadside pot test
Some Canadian police forces are hesitant to use a federally approved roadside marijuana test, raisin...
Wednesday - 26th September, 2018
New wine centre to showcase what the South Okanagan offers
The Great Estates Okanagan Wine Experience Centre is now open for business. Set on Lakeshor...
Tuesday - 25th September, 2018
Motel manager fined after melee with guests, cops
The manager of a Penticton motel was fined $750 on Monday for his role in a police incident earlier ...
Monday - 24th September, 2018
3D printer used to produce skull replacement
Researchers at an Ontario university have used 3D-printing technology to replace the majority of a d...
Saturday - 22nd September, 2018
It doesn’t matter how war vet is remembered
Ninety-four-year-old World War II veteran Mike Ostash prefaces our conversation with the declaration...
Friday - 21st September, 2018
Patience urged as national park develops
It will take more than a decade to get a South OkanaganSimilkameen national park into full operation...
Thursday - 20th September, 2018
Hype had city salivating
There was more to the story when the City of Penticton boasted in May about a slate of local food bu...
Wednesday - 19th September, 2018
Driver sentenced in fatal Christmas crash
As his mom wiped tears from her eyes and his dad fidgeted with his hat, Andrew Cook was placed in ha...
Tuesday - 18th September, 2018
Oliver man charged with killing Belgian tourist
An Oliver man has been charged with the firstdegree murder of a 28year-old Belgian woman who was vis...
Monday - 17th September, 2018
Running for Terry
Finn Kropp, one of the youngest participants in Sunday’s Terry Fox run in Penticton is shown in ac...
Saturday - 15th September, 2018
Ten days in the saddle to help Okanagan kids
One thousand kilometres. Thirty-four cyclists. Twentysix communities. And countless changes of spand...
Friday - 14th September, 2018
Pedophile gets 2 years in jail for sexually assaulting boy
An Osoyoos man who admitted to sexually assaulting an 11-year-old boy had previously been diagnosed ...
Thursday - 13th September, 2018
Panhandler takes plea deal
After almost a year of legal wrangling that cost Penticton taxpayers in the range of $30,000, a well...
Wednesday - 12th September, 2018
Media contact list no advantage, says city election officer
Penticton’s chief election officer is defending her deputy’s decision to give the city’s media...
Tuesday - 11th September, 2018
Bad buoys, bad buoys, whatcha gonna do?
Descending from the jagged cliffs into the tiny hamlet north of Naramata, unofficially known as Indi...
Monday - 10th September, 2018
Penticton comes alive for weekend of festivals
One picture just wasn’t enought to sum up the weekend that was in Penticton, so here are three. Fr...
Saturday - 8th September, 2018
New route to UBCO celebrated
It may be a more scenic route than Highway 97, but many commuters who take the new John Hindle Drive...
Friday - 7th September, 2018
Vassilaki kicks off campaign to become Penticton’s next mayor
Unlocking land for industrial development is the key to a more prosperous city, John Vassilaki said ...
Thursday - 6th September, 2018
Parking crunch shrinks downtown development
Despite having confirmed tenants for two floors of office space in a proposed eight-storey building ...
Wednesday - 5th September, 2018
Strategies in place to help community’s most vulnerable
Curbing public disorder in downtown Penticton this summer has so far cost taxpayers $353,000, and ev...
Tuesday - 4th September, 2018
A farewell introduction
Outside, at first glance, it could have been any other night. The muffled strains of music wafting d...
Saturday - 1st September, 2018
Easing back to school a matter of routine
School is back in session Tuesday and there are many lessons to be learned, both for students and pa...
Friday - 31st August, 2018
River channel a hit in spite of smoky skies
Special to the Herald Forest fires burning throughout the province made for dark and smoky ...
Thursday - 30th August, 2018
Free car seats to help protect 14 local kids
Fourteen local children will ride more safely, thanks to a shipment of free car seats received Wedne...
Wednesday - 29th August, 2018
Gold medallists in jiu-jitsu
Penticton’s Stephanie Lund, left, and Sarah Draht celebrate their gold-medal wins at the 2018 Braz...
Tuesday - 28th August, 2018
Penticton Vees forward Cassidy Bowes is growing his hair out in an attempt to raise $9,292 for cance...
Monday - 27th August, 2018
Fresh plans for disputed project
Preparations to test drill for water on Bristow Road in Summerland are the first visible indications...
Saturday - 25th August, 2018
Victor McDonald of Hucklebelly’s Original BBQ is a new addition at RibFest Kelowna this year, brin...
Friday - 24th August, 2018
Former chamber leader to pursue mayor’s chair
Penticton’s economic incentive zones program will be dismantled if Jason Cox is elected mayor, he ...
Thursday - 23rd August, 2018
Culture, innovation vision for building
Solutions to some of the biggest problems Penticton will face in the future may be generated within ...
Wednesday - 22nd August, 2018
Hockey scam surfaces again
In a last-ditch effort to clear his name, the first of two men to go on trial in connection with the...
Tuesday - 21st August, 2018
New welding school opens in Penticton
Local welding students no longer have to travel to Kelowna to spark up their torches and test their ...
Monday - 20th August, 2018
Triathlon choked out
Wildfire smoke choked out the final day of racing Sunday in the inaugural Super League Penticton tri...
Saturday - 18th August, 2018
FIRE FIGHT DEEPENS
FORT FRASER, B.C. — A fragmented system that makes B.C. responsible for regional districts, but gi...
Friday - 17th August, 2018
Annual tourney gone up in smoke
The annual Peach City Classic youth soccer tournament has gone up in smoke for this year, but the in...
Thursday - 16th August, 2018
Firefighters swamped, says local fire chief
Penticton fire Chief Larry Watkinson had no time to talk Wednesday as he was busy trying to protect ...
Wednesday - 15th August, 2018
Tenants, belongings tossed from problem rental house
Tuesday was moving day at 377 Winnipeg St. in Penticton. Police, fire and bylaw officers accompanied...
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...
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