Steve Kidd

Penticton okays free parking for cruisers

The Peach City Beach Cruise wants to ensure participants leave Penticton with a positive impression

Six artists chosen for sculpture exhibition

Penticton’s Public Sculpture Exhibition begins in May

Vimy: a nation being born

Penticton museum exhibit on the 100th anniversary of First World War

Family speaks out on Robotti verdict

A jury found Grace Robotti guilty of the second degree murder of Roxanne Louie

New fridges for old

Penticton families receive new energy-saving fridges

People’s Soda earns Dragons’ seal of approval

Penticton entrepreneur Jason Cox entered the Dragons’ Den armed only with his craft soda

Marijuana dispensary closing

Was this Jukka Laurio’s final appearance before council?

Updated: BCFGA president calls for deer cull

Urban deer are literally eating into the profits of fruit growers, and they are asking governments to do something about it.

Food for thought at En’owkin Centre

Visitors, staff and students at the En’owkin Centre got a warm meal and some food for thought at a lunchtime seminar last week.

Penticton woman’s app eases asking for help

Reaching out to others for help isn’t always easy, but a Penticton woman has designed an app to do just that.

Willowbrook body ruled a homicide

RCMP have yet to release the name, but say the body found Tuesday is that of a 27-year-old male from Kelowna.

VIDEO:Pedalling pastor brings joy and laughter

If the Lord truly works in mysterious ways, then Pastor Wade Harvey is a shining example.

Juvenile cougars euthanized

In Penticton, three juvenile cougars have been euthanized, and conservation officers are hunting for the mother of the family unit.

‘Serious pest’ starting to invade the Okanagan Valley

Along with freshwater mussels, knapweed and others, there’s a new invasive species starting to make its way into the Okanagan

Update: Agriculture community mourns loss of Sardinha

Summerland grower dead at 52 from apparent heart attack, leaves behind wife and two sons