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Multicultural Champions: Bringing Czech Republic culture to Canada with love

When they first arrived in Penticton in 2012, their first stop was a coffee shop on Marina Way

  • Jun 29th, 2018

Mosaic to be displayed on Summerland Museum wall

Artwork was created last year to mark Canada’s 150th birthday

Vernon murder suspect appearance adjourned, awaiting bail decision

Paramjit Singh Bogarh appeared briefly in Vernon Law Courts June 28 to consult counsel, adjourned

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Road closure approved for Fall Fair Street Party

Two streets in downtown Summerland affected for Sept. 7 special event

Summerland council submits land tenure applications

Applications needed to repair 2017 flood damages

  • Jun 28th, 2018

Application dismissed for Vernon man convicted of drug, weapons charges

Ronald Charles Learning was sentenced to six years in prison in 2017

South Okanagan voters get the scoop on electoral reform

Proportional representation learning session to be held in Penticton

Vernon Freemasons celebrate 125 years

Anniversary celebrations planned for July 28

Colleagues fondly remember Vernon councillor Spiers

Bob Spiers, who died Monday at 71, is being remembered for more than the city’s financial watchdog

UPDATED: Head of school sought for Unisus

Private school in Summerland to open in September

  • Feb 1st, 2018

Summerland council to consider OCP, zoning amendments

Five applications, including medical marijuana grow operation, to come before council

Level 1 drought rating remains for Okanagan Valley

Hot Okanagan summer forecast means use water wisely

  • Jun 26th, 2018

Okanagan/Shuswap power outage continues

Hydro crews continue to work to restore power to many following Monday’s storm

UPDATE: Crews working to restore power to thousands in Okanagan

Lumby, Vernon, Armstrong, Spallumcheen and Enderby all dealing with outages from overnight storm

Penticton Indian Band hopes B.C. housing funds will bring members home

Chief Chad Eneas says 60% of members live off reserve, there’s ‘a real desire for people to come home’

Summerland Community Arts Centre plans presented

Architects to show draft designs for facility on Wharton Street at open house

Okanagan-Shuswap homes still without power

Storm that rolled through Okanagan-Shuswap caused power outages

Okanagan College Trades Centre benefits from Coldstream companies

R.E. Postill and Sons Ltd. and Postill Nixon Earthworks donate $25,000

Election announcements coming in early

Official nomination period for municipal elections does not begin until September

Nurse practitioners reach out to students

School clinics offer access for health services