Dan Walton

Laugh with Lavigne at Penticton 2016 BC Winter Games fundraiser

The toll that new media is taking on today’s youth will be examined by Mitch Lavigne, a 17-year-old stand up comedian

Snow Balltruism

The biggest beneficiary of the OK Tire Snow Ball was Pathways Addiction Resource Centre

Gateway Casino announces Penticton relocation

Gateway Casinos & Entertainment has announced a $25 million capital investment in relocation of their Penticton casino.

Okanagan Nation tells the river’s story

The 2,000-kilometre Columbia River was vital to many regions and peoples in the Pacific Northwest long before European contact.

Dance ensemble harness The Beatles in latest production

After months of practice, the performers of the Okanagan Dance Studio are nearly ready to debut the dance-musical In My Life

Bentall leading Cariboo Express into Penticton

Barney Bentall is on track to play two shows in Penticton with his band the Cariboo Express

OSO sourcing cellist from Vancouver symphony

Cellist Ariel Barnes has been recruited as the special guest musician for the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra’s latest tour, Classic Beauty

Compilation book gathers stories From the Heart

From the Heart is his third compilation book, and with each publication he chooses a charity to benefit from the proceeds

Nouveau Day coming to the Okanagan

Beaujolais Nouveau Day has been adopted for the first year in Penticton

Penticton prodigy Beamer Wigley lined up at the Legion

Beamer Wigley will be headlining this week’s Thursday Night Throwdown at the Penticton Legion

Parents plea to Okanagan Skaha School District

One parent advisory committee is demanding school district take elementary schools off the chopping block.

Popular pairs fill Snow Ball dance card

Penticton’s business and community leaders preparing ballroom dancing routines for a new competition, and the stakes are high.

Diamond for Penticton

"Neil Diamond had just fallen out of my face, and that’s when the light went on over my head"

Naramata’s bringing talent back

Naramata’s demonstrating the talents of its people again during the fourth annual Naramata’s Got Talent

Powder Blues returns to city after decade of absence

“There’s deep blues when you’re really depressed and then there’s powder blues”

Kasp rewarded for Living Tha Good Life

“If you want a change, if you want to make something happen, don’t just sit back and think about it, go out and do something about it."

Author to discuss women of war

The current perception of women in the military has taken a big shift since the Second World War, Florence said

District unsure about equipment funding

The province has dished out funding to replace dust collectors at two local schools.

Thorpe family celebrate a decade of giving

Penticton's Rick and Yasmin Thorpe are celebrating a milestone by further increasing their generosity to students.

Jazz quintet taking Attic Jump to the Shatford

As a perfectionist, jazz musician Mike Fields took 18 months to complete his latest album, Attic Jump, and he’ll be sharing it in Penticton