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  • New slogan for Penticton's 2016 B.C. Winter Games

    PENTICTON - No matter what the season, Penticton is passionate about sport. So it’s only fitting that 'Penticton’s Got Game' be the slogan for the 2016 B.C. Winter Games.
  • What you should know about this delicious, and potentially poisonous, local delicacy

    VERNON - You might have seen the bright, vibrantly green curlicues in classified ads or at the local grocery store recently and wondered what they are and where they come from. They’re called fiddleheads, and they’re found around the world, including the Thompson-Okanagan, for a few short weeks every spring.
  • Volunteer fire departments facing news standards, higher costs

    PENTICTON - New provincial regulations affecting the province's fire departments was a topic of discussion for the Regional District Okanagan Similkameen’s Emergency Services Supervisor at a recent committee meeting.
  • City will seek developer for hotel development for SOEC property

    PENTICTON - The idea of adding a hotel to the South Okanagan Events Centre property garnered little interest at a public hearing this week, but those who did attend voiced a wide array of views.
  • Business building at Penticton First Nations event

    PENTICTON - First Nations business groups from all over Western Canada are in Penticton this week to do business.
  • Vees win second straight at RBC Cup

    PENTICTON - Steen Cooper picked the perfect time to get his first points of the RBC Cup. The 19-year-old forward had a goal and an assist and was named the Player of the Game, as the Penticton Vees held-off the Carleton Place Canadians 4-3 Tuesday afternoon.

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