Dan Walton

Protestors show up to Harper’s Penticton rally

Handful of political opponents showed up to Penticton rally for Prime Minister Stephen Harper to express their disapproval.

Law enforcement degree begins at Okanagan College

An opportunity is arising for students studying law enforcement to earn a degree in Penticton.

Paul is live

Penticton’s own Paul McCartney impostor was invited to pay homage to his favourite band in its hometown of Liverpool, England

Invictus Entertainment thrice awarded at CCMAs

Invictus Entertainment Group had its achievements recognized by winning three awards at the CCMAs in Halifax

Okanagan Skaha teachers divided over ministry requirements

The inclusion of every student in School District 67 is a common goal, but there’s no consensus over the best approach.

Invite-only event for Stephen Harper appearance in Penticton

Frenzied crowd of 700 chanting Conservative supporters attend invite-only rally for Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Penticton.

Back to school like Christmas season for local businesses

The influx in customers requires a seasonally larger workforce.

ELECTION 2015: Denesiuk aims to paint new riding red

The rookie wearing the red will be Connie Denesiuk – a successful entrepreneur; a school board veteran and a graduate of Pen High.

Prairie partners sharing flatland sound at Dream Café

Music made in the Prairies offers a sense of locality that goes unmatched

Celtic composers collaborate with classic rock producer

A Canadian couple of Celtic musicians found an invaluable teammate to write an album with

Quest Out West steeps itself in Okanagan’s historical culture

A local television producer has created a way to preserve the Syilxchen language while showcasing alluring local landscapes

South Okanagan featured on Amazing Race Canada

Six remaining teams headed westbound to take on the culture and landscapes of the Okanagan in an episode that airs Sept. 9 at 6 p.m. on CTV.

A skeptical show about doubt

Doubt, A parable will bring its audience back to the 1960s in the latest offering from the Many Hats Theatre Company.

Challenge and Street Dance fusion

The inaugural mashup of two annual events in Penticton was a major success

Family duo closes distance through jazz

Family jazz duo Blackstick is heading to the Pentastic Jazz Festival Sept. 11.

Local author pens parenting publication

The invaluable experience of a local author is being shared to help all parents with the acutely complicated task of raising children

Musical mosaic coming to Dream

The globally influenced music of Robert Michaels is ready to be heard at the Dream Café

OFF THE RECORD: Kudos for Penticton Creek restoration

The City of Penticton deserves a pat on the back for the restoration of Penticton Creek that’s underway.

Karma comes back

One of North America’s very few Punjabi musicians will be in Penticton back by popular demand

Local artists launch factory for creativity

The Martin Street Art and Music Gallery is ready to launch after the endless efforts of three established local artists