Dale Boyd

Penticton’s Terry Isaac’s gallery going to the cats

Art and nature are coming together at Terry Isaac's home gallery to help out the cats of the Okanagan.

Penticton Art Gallery faces funding challenges

The cost of business has risen above funding presenting some funding challenges for the Penticton Art Gallery.

Watch: full video of overdose crisis town hall meeting

Watch the full video of the town hall meeting in Penticton to discuss the spike in overdoses, fentanyl and more.

Dream Café re-opening

After suspending operations Oct. 1 the famed Dream Café is re-opening for show nights starting February 2017.

Penticton town hall meeting called to talk about rise in drug overdoses

Right now, hearing of an overdose in the Penticton area is an every day occurrence at Pathways Addictions Resource Centre.

‘Drug-induced fog’ leads to scooter stealing spree in Penticton

An Alberta man is spending the next six months in prison for a crime spree involving multiple electric scooter thefts.

Socks sought to kick cold off those in need

Two charity drives for socks are kicking up the spirit of giving in the South Okanagan this holiday season.

Second night added to Cohen Tribute show

Anthem: A Leonard Cohen Tribute is adding a second night at the Cleland Theatre due to popular demand.

Spotlight on Penticton speakers grows with Pecha Kucha

The next event in the speaker series takes place Dec. 8 at Cannery Brewing Co.

Cirque Musica kicks off Christmas season in Penticton

The Cirque Musica Holiday Spectacular put people in the Christmas spirit at the SOEC on Dec. 4.

St. Andrew’s returns to Narnia

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe returns to St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church with two weekends of performances.

Mexican drug smuggler caught in Osoyoos gets jail time

A Mexican national under threat of death from a Mexican cartel attempted to smuggle over $500,000 worth of drugs across the border.

Penticton ready for Santa to roll downtown

The Downtown Penticton Association has been readying the sleigh for Santa’s arrival.

Maggie seniors say goodbye with Hairspray!

The last musical for this year's Princess Margaret seniors explores themes of segregation and inclusion.

Two shows, 10 characters, one man

Chase Padgett is bringing his guitar-based character work to the Dream Café with two very different performances.

Penticton MLA says potential pipeline could benefit Okanagan

Penticton MLA Dan Ashton spoke with the Western News about the federal government's recent approval of a B.C. pipeline project.

Penticton businesses nip dispensaries in the bud

Over 95 per cent of the responses so far are not in favour of the permits being accepted by council.

Penticton RCMP officer intends to plead guilty in vehicle fatality

Const. Ace Stewart is scheduled for an intended guilty plea hearing in January 2017.

Cirque Musica returns, bigger and better

The Cirque Musica Holiday Spectacular is returning to the South Okanagan Events Centre Dec. 4.

Photos: Celtic Thunder

Celtic Thunder returned to the South Okanagan Events Centre Nov. 24.