The Penticton Community Centre Fitness Room will reopen on Thursday, Jan. 20 at 6 a.m. with increased safety protocols and capacity limits in place.
VICTORIA — British Columbia reported 2,046 new COVID-19 infections on Thursday, eclipsing the previous record set the day before as the Omicron variant spreads.
Central Okanagan residents can support people affected by dementia at Breakfast to Remember, a virtual fundraising event in support of the Alzheimer Society of B.C.
This year has seen the release of a large number of fantastic games that are great in their own way. There has to be one standout title and this year is no different.
This Sunday is the second Sunday in Advent. Advent is a time to prepare our hearts; the second Sunday is a beautiful chance to reflect on the ways prophecy has been fulfilled and ponder what the future will bring.
PENTICTON - The doctor shortage in the Okanagan has been a pressing issue for a number of years now. Waitlists for family doctors seem to only get longer and walk-in clinics are overrun as a result. This problem is hard on everyone in our community, but especially for those in need of assess…
Much has been said about the challenges tourism and restaurants face during COVID times, but the fitness industry is seldom mentioned in the same context.
Leona MacDonald and her dog Skye dressed as pirates for a Halloween bike ride on the new lake-to-lake cycling route, Friday night. The family-friendly event was organized by members of the Penticton and Area Cycling Association and attracted about 50 cyclist... plus two dogs.
On April 15, 1912, the White Star Liner Titanic began to sink into the icy waters of the North Atlantic — a terrifying sight as the mass of crafted iron and steel dropped towards the ocean floor.
Jezero crater is the 28-km diameter remnant of an ancient impact on Mars. Until maybe three billion years ago it contained a large lake that had a major river system flowing into it, forming a large delta. This crater is now being closely examined using the Perseverance Rover for signs of an…
A documentary on a popular conductor and classical musician who discovered she had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in her 50s will be shown at the Community Theatre on Oct.16.
I have always enjoyed just watching life. This can happen while I am hiking in the mountains, hanging around on the Las Vegas Strip, or just parking myself on a bench observing people as they walk by.
Jackie and Tony Botbijl hold a photo of their daughter Leisha Blais, who died in 2017, at “In Memoriam.” The annual vigil, held Friday evening at Gyro Park, was to remember those who died from issues related to addictions. Aug. 31 is International Overdose Awareness Day and events are being …