Steve Kidd

RCMP seeking witness to shooting incident

Penticton RCMP say no one was hurt when shots were fired Monday at a social housing complex

South Okanagan-Similkameen property crime increases

RCMP superintendent says rise in property crime is a provincial trend

Curling Classic drawing to a close

Curlers preparing for final rounds of world curling tour stop

B.C. wine industry rallying for a fight

B.C. wineries are pressing hard to see legal barriers against interprovincial shipping…

Penticton pilots new mobile parking payment app

Eliminating the need to carry change for parking meters

Artist recruitment begins for 2018 sculpture exhibition

Penticton is looking for sculptors to participate in its second public sculpture exhibition

Five decades of volunteering

Even though she is approaching 70, Merle kindred continues to volunteer around the world

Spirit Ridge rebranding to Hyatt Hotels

First resort in Canada to join Hyatt’s exclusive Unbound Collection

Scotties Tournament of Hearts volunteers get a free ride

Penticton approves free transit for Tournament of Hearts volunteers

Flood damage for City of Penticton estimated at over $600,000

Penticton has now moved into the recovery phase of flooding

Damage from spring floods estimated at over $600,000 in Penticton

The province is expected to cover more than half the costs of repairing Penticton’s lakeshore

B.C. Wine Institute reaching out to California

Local industry urged to show support for colleagues affected by California wildfires

Foreigner set to rock Penticton

Classic rock band bringing their 40 tour to the South Okanagan

Okanagan Vinyl Festival returns for the sixth year

The vinyl album lover’s festival supports community radio in Penticton.

Bird Migration Day offers close-up on birds

BIrd Migration Open House is for more than just birders.

Changing course from Challenge Family brand

Organizer cancels contract with Challenge Penticton

One grain of sand at a time

Buddhist monks get warm reception at the Penticton Art Gallery

South Okanagan students can still access social media

Local school districts have different approaches to student internet access

Chief responds to council resignations

Penticton Indian Band Chief Eneas reassures community

Hot Jazz Fest burns through Saturday

Penticton Jazz Festival kept on cooking through some very welcome rain