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Grow-op vigilante justice gets man jail time

What his lawyer called “vigilante justice” over a weed grow operation has landed a man jail time

Man arrested after fleeing on motorcycle

Penticton police attempted to stop a prohibited driver on an unlicensed motorcycle

Horgan touts making life more affordable

NDP vows big spending, balanced budget

Man calls for judge’s arrest, gets trial date

A man accused of smuggling guns across the Osoyoos border called for the arrest of a Penticton judge

Actors needed for unique project in Penticton

A project focusing on the challenges of mental health for youth is looking for actors

Photos: Weezer, The Trews and The Flatliners rock SOEC

The South Okanagan Events Centre played host to a rockin’ night

Oliver Swain adds new machinery

Canadian folk artist Oliver Swain is exploring some electronic machinery in his new set

Breaking: Jury finds Nield guilty of attacking doctor

Gregory Stanley Nield was found guilty by the 12-person jury hours after they began deliberations

Man who drove past flaggers gets jail time

The man who blew past a flagger crew near Revelstoke last year is serving jail time

Trial on alleged doctor attack wraps up

The fate of Gregory Nield will soon be in the hands of the 12-person jury

Weezer bassist talks summertime single

Scott Shriner talks the latest offering from the California rockers Feels Like Summer

Doctor takes the stand in hospital assault trial

The trial began Monday for Gregory Stanley Nield who faces one count of aggravated assault

Covering up a killing

Grace Robotti admitted she took steps to cover up the killing of Roxanne Louie

Trial delayed a week for alleged Penticton doctor attack

The trial for Gregory Stanley Nield will begin Monday, April 3

Dummiez get some self-help

The latest offering by Many Hats Theatre explores the human mind, and waiting rooms

Jury selection begins for alleged assault of Penticton doctor

Jury members were selected Monday for the March 28 trial of Gregory Nield

Three years for kidnapping and home invasion

A Penticton woman has just under two more years left to serve in custody after getting sentenced

Paramedics enter final push for referendum

Paramedics are seeking signatures as a step towards becoming an essential service

RCMP order three dispensaries to cease operations

Penticton RCMP ordered three dispensaries in town to cease operations or face the consequences

Hotel chain eager to build in Oliver

A full service hotel may be coming to Oliver as soon as summer 2018