The town of Peachland will use three gold bars to help buy a new municipal vehicle.
After three days of classic rock at Rock the Lake in the Prospera Place parking lot in Kelowna, the Sheriff wanted a little peace and quiet. So he and Constant Companion Carmen did two of their favourite outdoor recreation outings.
A man is facing charges of operating a jet-ski while intoxicated after two of the personal watercraft collided on Wood Lake, near Oyama, Thursday.
A boil-water notice for the Sunnyside/Pritchard water system in West Kelowna has been rescinded. The notice went into effect on Sunday when a power outage affected the system's operations.
More than one million needles have been ordered by Interior Health for free distribution to drug users in the Okanagan in just the past 18 months, according to data obtained by The Penticton Herald.
Mother and daughter authors Janet Walmsley and Jenny Story will be signing copies of their books at the Indigo store in Orchard Park mall from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday.
A Lake Country motel that's long been the focus of concerns about its poor condition should be shut down, town council will hear Tuesday.
The Vernon-based Okanagan Indian Band is suing the federal government over what it says is Ottawa's failure to improve water quality on the reserve.
A majority of Canadians support paying people for donations of plasma, which are blood products used to make specialized medicines, a new poll has found.
PENTICTON — A preliminary inquiry for accused quadruple-murderer John Brittain is expected to take five days and hear from nine witnesses, lawyers told a Penticton judge Wednesday.