A BC Liberal roundtable on health care concluded more investment is needed in B.C.’s health system.

VANCOUVER - A Lotto 6/49 ticket purchased in Aldergrove has won big, matching all six numbers from across Canada along with a ticket purchased in Quebec to split the $8 million jackpot (for $4.2 million each) in last night’s draw.

On January 19th, 21st and 22nd 2021, separate incidents surrounding a male described as inappropriately dressed and appearing to be touching his genitals while in the drivers seat of his red sedan was reported to the Penticton RCMP. One of the incidents occurred in the area of KVR Middle Sch…

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New data released this week by the B.C. government shows the pandemic has been particularly hard on a key part of the Okanagan tourism sector.

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Movie producers pumped a record-setting $48 million into the region’s economy last year, according to figures released Thursday by the Okanagan film commissioner.

The fire dispatch center for the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen received the following calls:

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Not even an artist’s sketch of the proposed building was made available to those who logged in Tuesday night to a neighbourhood information session for a 54-unit supportive housing development on Skaha Lake Road.

The fire dispatch centre for the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen received the following calls:

Thanks to the generosity of its customers, Cannery Brewing made a donation to the South Okanagan Children’s Charity from proceeds raised during virtual Santa pictures. From left, Cannery Brewing chef Thomas Bridson, tap room manager Max Rutherford and Jasmine Aantjes from the South Okanagan …

On Saturday, Kenzie Gorjanc will join more than 2,000 Okanagan College students who will don virtual caps and gowns as they are recognized during the college’s first online convocation ceremony.

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Manjot Panghli, an immensely gifted, hard-working and compassionate Grade 12 student-athlete at Penticton Secondary School, has been recognized as the Rotary Club of Penticton Sunrise’s Student of the Month for January 2021.

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After a physical transformation even a Hollywood star might envy, Penticton man Gord Portman has a new lease on life that was made possible by his heroic actions nearly a year ago.

The Penticton Museum & Archives and its Hands-on-Heritage Lab are hosting a new interactive exhibit from the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum.

The fire dispatch centre for the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen received the following calls:

The following were the five most-read stories on The Herald’s website for the week ending January 16, 2021.

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City officials say they – and the broader public – have been kept in the dark about BC Housing’s plans for a new project at the south end of Penticton that’s the subject of a poorly advertised information session Tuesday night.

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Mounties are seeking the public’s help identifying suspects after at least 10 bus shelters throughout Penticton were vandalized overnight Sunday and early Monday.

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With financial assistance from a provincial COVID-19 restart grant, Summerland council has drafted a 2021 budget containing a modest 1.65% tax increase while putting away more than $1 million for a rainy day.

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A security guard helped catch a man who broke into a tenant’s office last week at the Penticton Herald building.

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A heavy police presence at a fender-bender outside Penticton Secondary School last week was triggered by reports of an impaired driver causing havoc on city roads.

The fire dispatch centre for the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen received the following calls:

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ST. MORITZ, Sui.—Justin Kripps and his Canadian bobsleigh crew slid to the World Cup podium in both the two- and four-man events on the same weekend for just the fourth time of their career, and first ever at the birthplace of the sport in St. Moritz, Switzlerland.

A second virtual town-hall meeting has been scheduled to discuss the potential public acquisition of Sickle Point, after the first attempt was cut short due to technical issues.

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Construction values dipped to a five-year low in Penticton last year, but the number of building permits obtained from city hall actually rose as homeowners were seemingly inspired by the pandemic to pick up their power tools.

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A pair of high school sweethearts with almost life-long ties to Penticton and Summerland have made a major donation to Penticton Regional Hospital.