Tara Bowie

Penticton hospital fourth busiest in the region for opioid overdose

The highest was Kelowna General with about 355, followed by Vernon Jubilee 310 and Royal Inland in Kamloops with 180

Video: Documentary features Okanagan ice climbing

First documentary for Penticton filmmaker captures elusive Okanagan ice climbing

Thieves steal from B.C. firefighters in action

Keremeos firefighters came back from a dangerous call to find vehicles ransacked, items stolen

Penticton parent takes action on drug paraphernalia found at school

Drug paraphernalia and evidence people were living in a shed found at a Penticton school

One person sent to hospital after fire near Keremeos

Fire ripped through a shed and Winnebego at Sunkatchers RV Park Co-operative

Cultural school releases powerful music video

Students from Outma Sqilx’w Cultural School on Penticton Indian Band perform a powerful song.

Koyczan eager to be in front of hometown crowd

Shane Koyczan, world renowned poet and spoken word artist, returns to Penticton

See a crash, snap a pic, face the fine

Gawker receives $368 fine for snapping photo of collision while driving

Work begins to repatriate ancestral remains

For the first time in history, the Heritage Act was used to order restoration of land where ancestral remains were unearthed

Province stepping in to protect ancestral remains

The province plans to make an application to the courts under the Heritage Conservation Act

Massive cross-border wildfire growing rapidly

Canadian portion of Diamond Creek Fire grows to 1,700 hectares, forced closure of Cathedral Park.

Massive US fire crosses into Canada

Diamond Creek fire has crossed into Canada.

Ventriloquist finds her voice through puppets

Kellie Haines, who has Tourette’s syndrome, is performing at the Penticton Peach Festival

Gustafsen fire evacuees settling in in Keremeos

Evacuees from the Gustafsen (100 Mile House) fire have taken refuge at the Elks rodeo grounds.

Hedley fires quickly snuffed out

Forestry crews was on scene this morning doing further cleanup

‘Water bombers came in the nick of time’

Rose Terbasket’s home near Cawston was saved by water bombers with just a few minutes to spare.