The Penticton Herald is a local Canadian newspaper with daily publications. The newspaper is headquartered at 186 Nanaimo Avenue West Pentincton, British Columbia. The newspaper is published in a sheet format. It has a weekly broadcast (Monday through Friday) and a Saturday edition called The Okanagan.
The newspaper prints and publishes the Okanagan Valley TV guide and the real estate publication Real Estate Today, which serves as a guide to local purchases, sales and rentals. The newspaper also publishes the Herald EXTRA.
History of the newspaper and its founders
The Penticton Herald was first published under the name Penticton Press on July 21, 1906 by W.J. Clement. On July 2, 1910, the newspaper changed its name to Penticton Herald. At the start of the newspaper in 1906, it cost $1 a year and was published every Saturday. The newspaper is currently owned by Continental Newspapers Canada Ltd.
Although initially the newspaper was published only on Saturdays, over the years it became published three times a week. On 9 September 1957 the newspaper became a weekly newspaper, published five days a week, with Saturday editions added in February 1989. For the year 1996, the Saturday edition was named The Okanagan and the Daily Courier of Kelowna began to publish together.
W.J. Clement was a member of his community concerned about the welfare and improvement of his locality, because of this he founded the Penticton Herald with the function of informing people about local and national news. In 1910, in his work to improve Penticton, W.J. Clement ran for mayor, an election he lost to Edwin Foley-Bennet.
Contents of the newspaper
The Penticton Herald is in charge of feeding the Penticton locality with information about the area. The newspaper publishes articles with local and national information, as well as international information. The newspaper strives to provide readers with news of the medical foundation as one of its priorities.
The newspaper also publishes local and national sports articles, as well as news from the Penticton hockey team. Publishes local and national economic news, as well as profiles of economic characters. It also has sections on health, home, wine and dinners, opinion articles and more.
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You can subscribe to the Penticton Herald digital edition and all digital content on the newspaper page (including newspaper archives and more) with plans starting at $15.50 for 31 days up to $186.00 for a one-year subscription. The newspaper can be accessed in its digital version through any intelligent device as well as web browser.
You can also subscribe to receive the printed edition of the Penticton Herald through the newspaper’s website https://www.pentictonherald.ca. Newspaper print subscription plans range from $17.50 a month to $234.00 a year. Users who have a printed subscription to the newspaper can order the digital version of the newspaper completely free of charge.