Dan Walton

Light of Mu to debut Children’s Showcase

This season’s debut performance of the Children's Showcase will be The Light of Mu

BCAA expands to auto servicing in Penticton

BCAA has opened a new building at the Cherry Lane Shopping Centre to provide auto servicing.

ELECTION 2015: Pen High students get their chance to test the candidates

Penticton Secondary School hosting all candidates forum in advance of their school mock vote.

Wine affairs abundant during fall festival

Organizers have taken the climax for the Fall Okanagan Wine Festival’s 35th season to a new height

Poppa Dawg coming to howl at the Dream

Blues musician Poppa Dawg is coming to Penticton to perform at his favourite venue in the Okanagan

Missing education records cause unease For Okanagan Skaha Teachers’ Union

Information on 3.4 million students across B.C. and Yukon is sitting on a missing hard drive.

‘En plein air’ painter captures Okanagan naturally

Painter Robyn Lake uses the Okanagan outdoors as her studio to recreate Okanagan landscapes

Retro rock ’n’ roll booked in Oliver

Some of the most popular music of the 1950s is ready to be rehashed in Oliver

Witty trio booked for Annual Comedy Festival

Three renowned funny men are making a pit stop at the Barking Parrot

Summerland brothers land roles in TV series Fargo

Casted in the second season of Fargo are twin brothers Brad and Todd Mann from Summerland.

Off the record: Political spectrum needs counterweight

The Canadian political landscape is out of balance and I think one solution could be the launch of a federal Wildrose Party.

YES Project hosting teen wellness fair in Penticton

The YES Project is reaching out again by hosting a Teen Wellness Fair at the Penticton Public Library.

Penticton kidney recipient proves importance of fundraising walk

One local volunteer for the B.C. Kidney Foundation is a walking testament to the annual fundraisers success.

Fetch photos sought by Tourism

Tourism Penticton is in the market for some alluring photographs of the Okanagan, and they’re looking to outsource

Double dose of authors at the En’owkin Centre

The En’owkin Centre Gathering Space is ready to showcase the works of two Aboriginal authors as part of the 2015 Literary Reading Series.

A taste of the arts

The Okanagan School of the Arts aims to empower all creative spirits, and it’ll be local culinary artists taking centre stage this weekend

Artist Block reaching out in hopes of perseverence

The owner of a new art gallery in downtown Penticton continues to adapt her creative haven to fit needs of the community

Carrying the torch for the Marathon of Hope

Time is nearing to celebrate one of Canada's biggest heroes

Penmar powering up

A phoenix in Penticton is looking for help to rise from the ashes

Squares seducing new dancers

The Penticton Squares are inviting the community to be part of a free class to test the waters before joining the club