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  • Long-time CHBC weatherman Mike Roberts, honourary chair of the United Way South Okanagan Similkameen campaign, shares a moment with the three female members of Penticton City Council at the annual United Way…
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  • EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the fourth in a series of five questions posed to Oliver Town Council by Herald editor James Miller. Councillors were given the questions in writing with a word…
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  • Beamer Wigley was this year's youth winner at the Penticton Arts Council Awards and a winner at this month's Penticton Kiwanis Music Festival. His long list of accomplishments include winning the Pacific…
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  • The move to combine community policing and Crime Stoppers duties reflects a need to be prudent with tax dollars, says Supt. Kevin Hewco of the Penticton RCMP.
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  • It's back to the drawing board for the developers of a proposed 16-unit apartment building on Scott Avenue.
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  • Summerland's mayor and council listened for three hours on Tuesday evening as 39 town residents told them what they thought about the controversial proposed land swap.

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  • United Way event
    From left...HELENA KONANZ, Judy Sentes, KATIE ROBINSON Not that complicated... More...
    By itsallgood
  • United Way event
    Well, you got Judy Sentes right. Congrats! More...
    By killershot
  • Family pleads for marijuana for their 2-year-old
    hey Ottawa, give this child her pot... this is cruel. it's worth a try. regulate the damn stuff time is running out. besides, judging by the wild party young ben harper just had at Sussex drive, the p... More...
    By rockyracoon
  • Prison doesn't match SOEC
    Compare sarlaries of the SOEC (how many of them are minimum, half-time so that they don't have to pay benefits) compared with decent full-time employment? How many of the SOEC visitors are locals? The... More...
    By rockyracoon
  • Takes exception to word selfish
    Money, money, money. $$$$$$$$ More...
    By rockyracoon
  • No thanks MMBC
    And why are the profits of this forced recycling not going back into the public purse? This is a bad deal for consumers. Newspapers are already recycled. Numerous times I believe. If they can force ne... More...
    By Painted Turtle
  • Takes exception to word selfish
    Just "democratically inspired behaviour"? Come on - are we not a civilized society? More...
    By gmclark
  • Takes exception to word selfish
    I thought these forums are a place to voice one's opinions on the topics/ events that they may feel strongly about. Personally I don't believe calling one group or another names reflects favorably to ... More...
    By narfire
  • If Rover poohs, please pick it up
    It's not hard to clean up after your dog in this city, there's bag stands everywhere and even when I've been caught without a bag, there's often a hand piece of trash (go-cups, plastic bags, hamburger... More...
    By Rascally_rabb1t
  • Prison doesn't match SOEC
    Well stated Steve. Unfortunately, the powers that be ( the all-knowing, omni[potent ones) and some of the citizenry are "barn blind." They see only dollars and cents and not through reality and proven... More...
    By Crashcrippleton