The TPD Boutique has reopened on Osoyoos Indian Band (OIB) land making it the third cannabis shop within one square kilometre of the Canco Gas Station on Highway 97, just outside of Oliver.

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One year ago, Katrina Hohmann opened her own business to make a better life for her young family, but soon afterward, COVID-19 nearly killed that dream.

Passenger numbers at Kelowna’s airport took a trip back through time this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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A favourite downtown food truck is offering up a hearty helping of happiness along with their signature fries.

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Slackwater Brewing’s brand and packaging was awarded a Shortlist Award in the World Brand Design Awards,

The Penticton Herald has produced a 2021 wall calendar, highlighting the beauty of the South Okanagan through the eyes of local photography buffs. The 12-month calendar sells for $10 and is available at the front office of The Herald at 101-186 Nanaimo Ave. from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Tuesday…

The 2020-21 federal deficit is estimated at more than $450 billion, the largest in Canada’s history. As a result, there is a growing fear on the part of many in the financial sector that there is a high probability of significant inflation once the recovery from the pandemic begins to gain m…

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Darin Patterson knows what he won’t be doing to ring in the new year: welcoming diners at his restaurant, Bogner’s of Penticton.

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Almost before it began, the Discovery House Shed Light on Addiction campaign topped its goal Monday by virtue of a $50,000 donation from Janet Parker and Parker’s Chrysler.

A company based in Summerland that makes maple syrup-based products has teamed up with London Drugs to help local food banks this holiday season.

oGo Float at 144 Chambers Place in Penticton held a second-year anniversary ribbon cutting for its float-therapy business. Owners Devon Lach and Julie Turner prepare to cut the ribbon with help from Marlene Trenholm of the Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce. For more informatio…

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When Dennis Winkelman died nearly two years ago, he left a legacy of creativity and treasure chests of unique Western art.

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Penticton residents who live and work in the downtown core finally have a full service grocery store to call their own.

A Peachland cannabis production firm that laid off workers when they tried to unionize has been ordered to rehire them.

The Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce handed out its annual Business Excellence Awards during online gala Oct. 23. Awards were handed out in 12 categories.

Global Okanagan is pleased to announce the hire of longtime radio news anchor Jamie Tawil in a dual anchor-reporter role. Joining from sister station Global News Radio 640 Toronto, Tawil will anchor multiple editions of Global Okanagan’s late night newscast each week, while also reporting fo…

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Life isn’t all fun and games, but a new local business is helping customers forget their cares a few hours, at least.

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The late Neil Jamieson was honoured posthumously with the David Kampe Legacy Award at Saturday evening's 33rd annual Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce "Business Excellence Awards."

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Today (Saturday, Sept. 26) is National Record Store Day, a celebration of independent music stores across North America. The annual event was delayed from April due to the pandemic. Preparing for what's traditionally their busiest day of the year is Jasmine Lamont, an employee at The Groovey…

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Last week, we had Microsoft unveil the Xbox Series S (all digital) for US$299 and the Series X for US$499. The Series S is the perfect system for entry into the next-generation consoles with the Series X being those looking for true power and 4k visuals.

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Finalists for the Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce Excellence Awards were announced in an online ceremony, Tuesday.

The federal government can have a positive or negative effect on the national economy using two primary tools — fiscal or monetary policy. On rare occasions it can also use foreign exchange regulations as well.

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For the small, South Okanagan town of Oliver, the COVID-19 pandemic remains a challenge but has brought the community together in something of a common cause and mutual success.