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  • Hazy regulations helping to create smoky air

    PENTICTON - The kind of smoke that comes from burning wet leaves and brush might be harmful to your health and the health of neighbours in the valley, but it may not be clear which days are best for burning because of how that information is distributed in the south Okanagan.
  • Future of Naramata Centre still undecided

    PENTICTON - Two upcoming meetings of the Naramata Centre Board of Directors will hopefully define the immediate future of the retreat, board spokesman Gerry Anderson said Feb. 26.
  • Hockey dad could face criminal charges

    WHEN YELLING AT REFEREES GOES TOO FAR
  • It’s back… snow expected overnight

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - We just knew it was too good to be true, Mother Nature is set to remind us winter is not quite over with a couple centimetres of snow by Friday morning and well below normal low temperatures early next week.
  • Early spring weather means early return of ticks

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - This spring-like weather may have you enjoying the outdoors with a hike or two, but beware, ticks are already out in full force.

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