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News Items tag as: PNJAN3031FEB0115

  • UPDATE: Water main break sparks boil water advisory

    PENTICTON – The huge water main break, which turned downtown Penticton streets into rivers Sunday morning, has health officials concerned about water quality in the area, and as a result, a boil water notice has been issued.
  • UPDATE: Major water main break in downtown Penticton

    PENTICTON – City public works crews and the Penticton Fire Department were called to the intersection of Wade Avenue and Main Street around 10 a.m., Sunday, Feb 1 after an 18-inch diameter water main burst.
  • Public Works preparing to patch Penticton Avenue pipeline

    PENTICTON - Residents living in the upper Penticton Avenue area are preparing for several weeks of road construction as the city replaces a section of the large water main connecting Okanagan Lake to the city’s water treatment plant.
  • Penticton website outs nudists, claims "illegal activity"

    PENTICTON - Penticton’s famous nude beach continues to make headlines, even in the dead of winter.
  • Rock-in-sock attacker loses appeal

    PENTICTON - A man convicted of two years less a day for a vicious attack on a Penticton man will serve his full sentence after losing his appeal this week.
  • Apex community saddened by death of co-owner

    PENTICTON - One of the most popular and highly respected residents in the village at Apex Mountain Resort died this week. Resort co-owner Louise Burgart, 68, died of a suspected heart attack on Sunday, Jan. 25.
  • Lots to do in Penticton on Family Day

    PENTICTON - You won’t have far to go to enjoy a full slate of Family Day activities in Penticton.

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