Steve Kidd

Update: Hotel project forwarded to public hearing

The new hotel is proposed for four properties on Eckhardt Avenue.

Council considering new hotel application

If successful, this hotel would fill four vacant lots near the northern gateway to Penticton

Local dealership supports recovery program

Parkers Chrysler continues support for Discovery House

Penticton library turns to crowdfunding

The Penticton Public Library is aiming to keep a new digital literacy program free for participants

Penticton MLA responds to Clark resignation

Dan Ashton says Clark left a strong legacy

Penticton crime rate highest in Valley

Penticton’s top cop says stats only paint a partial picture

Funding drive ahead for new arena

Two-sheet arena option is expensive, but ticks all the boxes

Powder Blues doin’ it right at Peachfest

For nearly four decades Powder Blues has been Canada’s leading blues band.

Updated: Council endorses two-sheet arena option

Two-sheet arena option is expensive, but ticks all the boxes

Editorial: Sharing the blame

A sad incident in Florida leaves us wonder who is to blame

Penticton gets high crime severity rating

According to Statistics Canada, Penticton’s crime severity rating is second highest in the Okanagan

Expect delays on Naramata Road

The RDOS is continuing its efforts to rehabilitate and upgrade ageing water infrastructure

Simple steps for mosquito safety

West Nile virus risk increases as summer heats up

Penticton creek restoration set back a year

Unresolved issues and narrow work window prompts planners to delay work in the creek

Task force recommends new arena

Memorial Arena to be preserved as a dry surface facility

More scrutiny for municipal elections

A group of volunteers want to be independent scrutineers for the next Penticton election

Penticton Slow Down signs a no go

Majority of council rejects proposal for extra slow down signs

Video: Crash sends water flooding into the street

A traffic accident cracked open a fire hydrant on a hot summer day

Kaeshammer back at the Dream

Penticton is a bit of heaven for pianist

ITU world championship expected to have $8 million impact

Organizers getting ready to host athletes from Aug. 18 to 27