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Teneycke saw himself as the victim

Psychologist at the dangerous offender hearing says Teneycke would be very difficult to treat

Food truck request denied

Plan would have had vendors near Summerland Waterfront Resort each Friday

  • May 25th, 2017

Snow pack remains at Isintok Lake

The latest readings, taken May 15, showed a snow depth of 160 millimetres

Okanagan Lake surpasses record high level

Expected temperatures of 30 C could send more melted snow water flowing down already swollen creeks.

RCMP Report: Assault in break and enter

Penticton RCMP files of note for the week

Company receives license for cannabis

Valens Argitech Ltd. received a license from Health Canada to grow, package and research marijuana

Election 2017: The fallout of the final ballots


Locals remind visitors of sea lion danger after viral video


Ottawa has right to impose carbon tax on provinces: McKenna


Road rage in Saanich


$100,000 in estimated damage from flooding

Penticton Yacht Club marina remains at risk

Summerland beaches closed, dikes erected as lake rises

Docks underwater, wharves beginning to break up under high water level

Aboriginal history taught through Blanket Exercise

Exercise covers more than 500 years of history in a workshop

Students to raise awareness of bee habitat concerns

Display at first Sunday market will have bee hotels, habitat information

Lake continues to rise

Docks under water at Rotary Beach

Police investigate death in downtown Princeton

Resident describes building as “quiet” place to live

Photos: City assessing damage from storm

Penticton weathered strong winds and wave action, but not without taking a few hits

Wind kicked up waves, knocked down trees

Crews are clearing windfall from streams and inspecting and assessing flood protection measures

Water levels continue to rise

Water levels are forecast to reach, and exceed, 1948 flood levels

Injured man rescued from Skaha Bluffs

62-year-old male suffered a leg injury and evacuated by Penticton search and rescue and firefighters

Weather alert for Coquihalla

Snow on the Okanagan Connector

Dangerous offender hearing starts

The dangerous offender hearing for Ronald Arthur Teneycke began at the Penticton courthouse

Preparing for next flood wave

High lake levels a likely worry well into summer