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Four years of local pints

Jun 8, 2023 / 7:00 pm

Photo: One Eye Shut Media One of Penticton's downtown breweries is celebrating four years of serving up pints and hosting plenty of events with a specialty beer and some anniversary festivities. Slackwater Brewing will be hosting the

Watching for thunderstorms

Jun 8, 2023 / 4:27 pm

Photo: Brittany Kalesnikoff A thunderstorm moving up the Okanagan Valley in 2022 There's concern from the provincial government about thunderstorms that are entering the southeast corner of the province on Thursday afternoon and may

Pause on pier removal

Jun 8, 2023 / 3:44 pm

Photo: District of Summerland File Photo Deconstruction work on Summerland's iconic pier at Rotary Beach has hit a hiccup, as crews balance environmental authorizations with removal work. The District of Summerland received approvals

Outage fixed downtown

Jun 8, 2023 / 12:35 pm

Photo: Shaw UPDATE: 12:35 p.m. Shaw is reporting that the outage has been fixed and is now resolved. ORIGINAL: 11 a.m. Some Shaw customers in downtown Penticton are currently experiencing an interruption to cable television, internet

The Hub opens its doors

Jun 8, 2023 / 12:22 pm

Photo: Castanet The stage is set, the drinks are cold and a new live music venue pub is hot. The Hub on Martin has officially opened its doors in Penticton, welcoming in friends and family to test out the new digs before the big bands start

Housing market buyers up

Jun 8, 2023 / 4:00 am

Casey Richardson Buyer activity and real estate listing activity are gaining momentum again in the South Okanagan, as residents have adjusted to the current late spring market. "The market is doing really well," Association of Interior

Urging action after hate

Jun 8, 2023 / 4:00 am

Photo: B.C. Human Rights Commission B.C.’s Human Rights Commissioner hosted South Okanagan municipal and Indigenous leaders on Wednesday, hoping to see implementations of policies to help tackle the hate shown during the pandemic. Kasari

Unisus ups hockey training

Jun 7, 2023 / 7:00 pm

Photo: Unisus The Unisus International School in Summerland has announced a new hockey training program designed to "unlock the full potential of scholar-athletes" in BC. As the only program of its kind in the province, Unisus

Work on unstable hwy slope

Jun 7, 2023 / 4:57 pm

Photo: Ryan Antonovitch Crews worked to clear landslide on Highway 97 on Tuesday The provincial government says there is nearly 4,000 cubic metres of unstable material on the slope above Highway 97 in Summerland at the site of two recent

City initiates burning ban

Jun 7, 2023 / 4:20 pm

Photo: Castanet The City of Penticton has announced a ban on all open burning, including campfires and fireworks, that will start on Thursday. In response to the increased wildfire conditions, the ban will come into effect at noon in the



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