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Upwards of 500 local students annually will soon be receiving enhanced first-aid training that could save lives.
School days may be stretched by five minutes next year to make up for lost time.
Local students interested in the late French immersion program are already showing promise in mathematics.
Summerland man recorded two friends having sex at a party and it didn't take long for the video to end up with police
A local psychiatrist is “lucky to be alive” after he was allegedly attacked Friday afternoon at Penticton Regional Hospital.
Linda Van Alphen was chosen to lead the Okanagan Skaha School Board.
Nurses' union says patient calmly walked out of a closed-door meeting and announced doctor may have been dead
Staffing at local schools will be bolstered with $1 million in top-up funding from the B.C. government.
A 32-year-old Summerland woman was arrested earlier this month at an alleged marijuana grow-op in Kelowna.
An orchardisist recovering after trying to chase off two men he caught stealing apples from his property.
Developers have shown little interest in retrying a project on Wharton Street.
Major suspensions assessed to local students hit a four-year low during the 2013-14 school term.
Special efforts should be made to educate young men about drowning prevention
Parents asked to keep kids at home as teachers ratchet up pressure on B.C. government to agree on a new contract
Organizers working on a plan to connect the entire Okanagan with an off-highway trail are pinning their hopes on some help from Ottawa.
Plan to connect entire valley with path for walkers and cyclists may hinge on fresh round of infrastructure spending
A proposed $15-million renovation of Summerland Secondary School has been deemed a low priority by the B.C. Education Ministry.
As a little boy fights for his life in a Vancouver hospital, friends in the South Okanagan are organizing a fundraiser.
It’s a good thing doctors aren’t always right, as Penticton resident Grant Bogyo can attest.
School district also in the dark about lawsuits over 2011 crash near Summerland that injured nine Penticton students