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The Royal Canadian Legion in Penticton is holding a general meeting today that will include the initiation of new members.

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Kelowna can achieve “functional zero” homelessness by 2024, according to the new executive director of the Central Okanagan Journey Home Society.

A nomination meeting is planned this month after a secret-ballot vote Thursday cast the Penticton Indian Band into a new byelection.

Members of the Penticton Indian Band were set to meet Thursday night to decide if they want to run a new byelection due to irregularities in the 2017 vote.

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A sharp-eyed employee at the Staples store in Penticton helped police catch a longtime Summerland lifeguard who took advantage of his position to sexually abuse at least one child and make secret video recordings of others, a judge heard Monday.

A member of an elite RCMP unit based in Osoyoos is off the job and facing dismissal from the force while awaiting trial on a charge of committing an indecent act.

The following were the five top-read stories on The Daily Courier’s website for the week of Dec. 1-7, 2019.

A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has rejected an application by a defence lawyer to have a search warrant ruled invalid in the case of a man accused of uttering threats against a sex worker.


Don't stop drinking white wines just because the weather has turned cold and snow is flying.

Police in Kelowna are seeking witnesses to an apparent hit and run this week involving a pedestrian at Hollywood Road and Highway 33.