Jordyn Thomson

Drive BC warning slippery conditions for Okanagan main highways

The region is forecasted to see flurries and snow for the first half of the weekend

Callan Rd. to have intermittent closures on Feb. 16

The closures could delay traffic up to 20 minutes, no exact times for the closures were listed

Family Day long weekend expected to be sunny and cool in South Okanagan

Flurries forecasted for the first half of the weekend, followed by bluebird skies and milder temps

Family Day in the South Okanagan

Find out what your community has planned for Family Day on Feb. 18

Illegal left turns a concern for RCMP

Drivers attempting to turn left on a double yellow line could face ticket, warning

‘Everybody’s drowning right now’: B.C. fruit industry struggling

Increase to miminum wage and adjustments to piece rates could affect seasonal workers

Okanagan mayor would support licensing cats

Penticton Mayor Vassilaki said he would also support a bylaw to have local cats licensed

Video: Drivers warning to avoid new Trout Creek FSR Detour

The alternate detour opened yesterday, featuring narrow and winding roads covered in snow and ice

One dead, two injured following crash on Highway 97

The incident occured on just before 10 a.m. on Feb. 8 outside of Oliver

Summerland man helps unite B.C. dirt bike community after theft of boys bike

GoFundMe for Lower Mainland child’s stolen bike almost at goal in just 72 hours

TOTA takes home North America’s Responsible Tourism Award

This marks the second year in a row for the Okanagan-based non-profit

RDOS and Willowbrook residents balance water concerns and expensive upgrades

Residents haven’t had potable water in 2 years, cost to upgrade the system is $1.8 million

10 Interior communities receive age-friendly grants

Penticton, Keremeos and Summerland all have separate projects planned for their grant money

Access Goes Disco returns for Valentine’s Day at the Barking Parrot

The dance and costume fundraiser benefits the Penticton and Area Access Centre

South Okanagan woman helps family fleeing a dangerous situation

Bethany Handfield has helped raised $2,285 for a family fleeing a dangerous situation

PIB Council stands behind charged members and their right to hunt

Three Penticton Indian Band members were fined for trespassing while hunting

College offers path to the building trades for women

Okanagan College offering women chance to try their hand at a variety of trades

Penticton man apprehended with stolen vehicle after ramming police vehicles

He is charged with dangerous driving, possessing stolen property, assaulting police with a weapon