Phil McLachlan

Pilot project approved: Penticton to allow alcohol in outdoor spaces

For almost two hours, council debated the proposed pilot project, before eventually passing it 4-2

Be prepared for high water, says RDOS

Higher than average water detected around the Ashnola Rover and Similkameen River

Long-time South Okanagan principal retires, another takes the helm

Jeff Redden will start as principal of Naramata Elementary School in August

No injuries in Penticton Indian Band structure fire

The structure, which sustained significant damage, was boarded up and seemingly vacant

Okanagan man in his 60s dies in motorcycle crash near Summerland

RCMP say the man died at the scene from catastrophic injuries

Fatal motorcycle crash on Highway 97 near Summerland

The incident involving a motorcycle happened just before 4 p.m.

COVID-19: SD67 approves budget reductions

Staff positions will be cut to balance budget

COVID-19: Pre-recorded graduation events planned for students in School District 67

Graduates from Penticton Secondary have created petition to urge postponement of grad ceremonies

COVID-19: SD67 plans restart program for Penticton, Summerland students

District following provincial guidelines as students return to classrooms on June 1

Be mindful of COVID-19 safety measures, says City of Penticton

“The threat of COVID-19 is not over,” says mayor John Vassilaki

COVID-19 ‘not a death sentence’ says Penticton woman after seeing senior mother recover

Cancer, blindness, a fractured hip, dementia, and COVID-19 not enough to bring Betty Jukes down

Penticton’s Coyote Cruises set to launch end of June

Company says, “lots of new safety and sanitation measures will be put in place.”

Local construction company makes $1.7 million donation to Penticton hospital

Peters Bros. Construction is donating $1.7 million toward a second CT medical imaging unit at PRH

VIDEO: ‘Peli’ the pelican, found injured in Oliver, reunited with flock after lengthy rehab

Footage shows the release of ‘Peli’, an endangered Pelican who has been recovering since last fall

Creator of stolen ram’s head sculpture in Penticton pleas for its return

This is the first piece of public art that has been stolen from Lars Baggenstos

Family of four rescued from flipped sailboat near Naramata

First responders rescued two adults and two children from a flipped sailboat…

In photos: Penticton barbershops, gyms ease back into normality

Barbershop owners relieved to get back to work, shops flooded with calls

Regional district seeks feedback on proposed West Bench transit service

The online survey includes preferred bus stop locations, time of pick up, drop off, and more

Some Penticton gyms and fitness centres reopen, others following soon

“Being closed for two months, it’s a different feeling that’s for sure,” said City Centre Fitness owner

Bear sow and five cubs reported in Wiltse area of Penticton

“Lets all keep her and her family wild and the community safe,” said WildsafeBC on Facebook