Dustin Godfrey

Alleged hockey fraudster “embarassed” widow

Michael Elphicke allegedly told a woman her son would be kicked from the program if she didn’t pay

Doctor’s fentanyl-laced pot warning may be false alarm

Penticton sign gone viral on Facebook warns of fentanyl-pot mix; IH not aware of evidence of the mix

Syilx Nation celebrates return of sockeye

Okanagan Nation Alliance Salmon Feast held in sx̌ʷəx̌ʷnitkʷ Park in Okanagan Falls over the weekend

Alleged Oliver shooter elects trial by judge

Afshin Ighani is charged with attempted murder and kidnapping using a firearm, among other charges

International tuition far exceeds SD67 budget

Over 90 full-time-equivalent students generated nearly $1.1 million, compared to $750,000 budgeted

Scooter convoy takes on South Main

The third annual scooter brunch saw a convoy of about eight seniors rolling through Penticton

Penticton above national, B.C. rate of low-income

City’s low median income a ‘harsh reality that isn’t easy to overcome,’ says mayor

Finlay Creek wildfire now fully contained

The Finlay Creek wildfire, now at an estimated 2,228 hectares, has been burning since Sept. 2

Gyms see hike in business due to smoke

The community centre reports a 23-per-cent hike in admissions this summer over last year

NDP leadership frontrunner hits Penticton

Jagmeet Singh spent an hour and a half in Craft Corner Kitchen speaking with local NDP supporters

Idling van with keys inside stolen from Starbucks lot

And a retirement clubhouse was ransacked, with just a projector reported stolen

Elphicke painting Penticton hockey fraud as one-man scam

The defence appears to be posing Loren Reagan as the sole culprit in a failed hockey Euro trip

Loren Reagan skates off on hockey fraud trial

A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for the arrest of Reagan, who is reportedly in Kuwait

Evac alert lifted for 64 properties near Finlay Creek fire

140 properties were previously on alert between Faulder and Garnet Valley; just 76 remain in Faulder

Nield gets 30-month probation for assault on doctor

The December 2014 assault on a psychiatric doctor reportedly left the doctor with brain damage

Penticton biz digging in heels against tax changes

People’s Soda owner Jason Cox says he doesn’t feel small businesses are being heard by Justin Trudeau

PIB chief and council down to four

With two resignations — Jonathan Kruger and Tim Lezard — Chief Chad Eneas and three councillors remain

A few tickets for school zone speeders

RCMP was out in force, watching for speeders in the 30 km/h maximum zones Wednesday morning

Penticton Trade and Convention Centre getting a new roof

Penticton city council voted in favour of the $190,000 project on Tuesday

Shuttling water an alternative to hydrant

Fire Chief Larry Watkinson says accredited water shuttle service is ‘achievable’