Monique Tamminga

RCMP continue to investigate a shooting in Keremeos that took place on Sept. 26. Three were arrested at the scene but so far, no charges have been forwarded to Crown.

No charges yet for September shooting in Keremeos

Police say the victim is recovering

RCMP continue to investigate a shooting in Keremeos that took place on Sept. 26. Three were arrested at the scene but so far, no charges have been forwarded to Crown.
Penticton law courts. (Black Press file)

Osoyoos man in court for alleged shooting

The Oct. 11 shooting left a man with non-life threatening injuries

Penticton law courts. (Black Press file)
Paul Singla walks towards his Penticton home on Heather Road in 2018 after CBSA officers raided it. (File photo)

Singla and Toor make first court appearances on immigration fraud

The Okanagan men had their cases adjourned until 2021

Paul Singla walks towards his Penticton home on Heather Road in 2018 after CBSA officers raided it. (File photo)
Junction 3 Coffeehouse in Osoyoos has found a creative way for customers to enjoy a cup of coffee outdoors in their own safe bubble. (Junction 3 photo)

Hangout in your own personal bubble at this South Okanagan cafe

Osoyoos cafe gets creative under COVID-19 restrictions

Junction 3 Coffeehouse in Osoyoos has found a creative way for customers to enjoy a cup of coffee outdoors in their own safe bubble. (Junction 3 photo)
This image of a trail of lights in the night sky was captured by Kristy Russell at 6:13 a.m. on Wednesday.

Mysterious trail of lights caught on camera in the Okanagan

The set of lights in Penticton may be Elon Musk’s SpaceX satellites

This image of a trail of lights in the night sky was captured by Kristy Russell at 6:13 a.m. on Wednesday.

10 facts to gobble up about turkeys

The shining star of Thanksgiving can run 19 km/hr

Rescued 2010 Winter Olympics sled dog goes missing in Oliver

The husky rescue dog went missing three months ago in the South Okanagan

Prominent Okanagan businessmen charged with immigration fraud

Penticton’s Paul Singla and Oliver’s Randy Toor appear in court Oct. 21

COVID cancels main events of Fall Okanagan Wine Festival

One in 10 wineries at risk of closing - said BC Wine Institute

COVID exposure likely scenario at South Okanagan schools, says Interior Health

Nearly 90 per cent of students are back in class, no known cases yet

COVID exposure likely scenario in SD67, says Interior Health

Nearly 90 per cent of students are back in class, no known cases yet

Okanagan piano silenced by vandals

The piano has been thrown away but the bench salvaged and at Long Gallery

Okanagan man accused of attacking two young boys back in court

Brian Lamb will remain behind bars until at least Oct. 14

Mystery solved on who put up blockade on Okanagan road

Land owner says trespassing with quads and motorcycles threatens wildlife and old growth trees

Osoyoos model train attraction wins Tripadvisor award

Desert Model Railroad wins nod for Traveller’s Choice

Okanagan teachers stressed about constant changes to health guidelines

Runny nose, sore throat among symptoms chopped from student health checklist

Police watchdog investigating after man injured in Penticton RCMP cells

Man suffers serious injuries after being lodged into cells at the detachment

B.C. woman shaken ‘like a rag doll’ in devastating dog attack

It took 85 staples to close the massive bite wounds on woman’s leg after attack in Aldergrove