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  • Dispute over concrete retaining wall moves toward resolution

    PENTICTON - A long running dispute over a deteriorating concrete retaining wall, and the associated drainage problems, in Penticton’s industrial area may be on the way to resolution.
  • Backyard pools contaminating Okanagan Lake

    OKANAGAN - Backyard pools are a source of fun and relaxation for many Okanagan homeowners but if improperly drained they are a source of excess chlorine and contaminants for Okanagan Lake.
  • Penticton tourism groups ready to put past behind them

    PENTICTON - The City of Penticton is anxious to pursue its tourist initiatives, and hopes a renewed association and common goals between three organizations involved in tourist marketing in the city will help rebuild Penticton as a tourist destination.
  • Judge impressed with man's attempt to rehabilitate himself

    PENTICTON - A Penticton judge was pleased with a man’s attempts to change his ways since he was charged with assault.
  • Penticton outreach centre relocating to where need is greatest

    PENTICTON - A new outreach centre planned for Penticton will make mental health services more accessible for the people who need it most.
  • Fire ants found in Naramata concern Kamloops researcher

    PENTICTON - A Thompson Rivers University researcher wants to stop a newly-discovered invasive species from getting a foothold in the region. 
  • On the hunt for summer weather in Penticton

    PENTICTON - With temperatures hitting 24 Celsius in Penticton Tuesday, April 28, city residents were out in full force lounging in parks, walking the Okanagan lakefront in comfortable summer attire, or in the case of Syd Birch of the Okanagan Treasure Hunters Club, exploring Gyro Park for lost treasures.
  • Terriers take bite out of Vees

    FORT McMURRAY, AB - The Penticton Vees now know how it feels to be on the other end of a hot start. After the Vees outscored their opponents 8-0 in the first period in two games, it was the Portage Terriers scoring twice in first 20-minutes, en route to a 3-2 win over Penticton in Western Canada Cup action on Tuesday.

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