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Friday | The Daily Courier
Order, Passion, Becoming, an interactive, technology-focused exhibition by Aleksandra Dulic and Kenneth Newby, is on display at the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art as part of Okanagan Startup Week, taking place throughout the region until March 16. The exhibition runs until March 18 and a reception, open to the public, will be held Friday at ... (more)
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Friday Mar 7 | Castanet.net
The 52-year-old Princeton man facing charges related to a stabbing incident in the town, will be moved from Kelowna General Hospital to Penticton Regional Hospital.
Friday Mar 7 | Lake Cowichan Gazette
Teachers have voted 89 per cent in favour of a strike, but their local union leader expects business as usual in schools for the time being.
Friday Mar 7 | Castanet.net
Members of a charitable nonprofit are disappointed their existing license for a teaching garden in downtown Penticton will not be renewed.
Jeeves, who grew up in Port Coquitlam and moved to Penticton in 1992, is looking to reach 50. When asked why, he joked that he wasn't sure.
An elderly Penticton woman is expected to remain in hospital for at least two months after being struck in a downtown crosswalk last Friday by a hit-and-run driver.
Naramata's shrinking school community is optimistic a massive residential development proposed nearby in Penticton could send more students its way, but is also appealing for more immediate help.
People who own businesses on Ellis Street in Penticton are pleased the council has endorsed a share the road proposal, instead of bike lanes.
After years of futility in his first six NHL seasons with the New York Islanders and Florida Panthers, the star goaltender found a home - and the playoffs - in Vancouver.
Monday's Public Hearing on Summerland's Official Community Plan bylaw played to a capacity crowd at the Summerland Arena's banquet facility.
For the first time in nearly 30 years, a Penticton man is at the helm of a charitable group that's known for its eye-catching parade entries, yet performs its best work away from public view as it has done for centuries.
In B.C. Supreme Court on Monday Joshua Norman Pio was found not guilty of aggravated assault and assault with a weapon for an incident that took place on Jan. 1, 2012 at the Barking Parrot.
Students of music, dance and speech arts have been busy for months preparing for the 88th Kiwanis Music Festival that begins on Wednesday.
The council reached the decision after Anthony Haddad, the city's director of development services, read them a letter from the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations at Monday's full house meeting.