Dustin Godfrey

Stink at B.C. school prompts complaints of headaches, nausea

Smell at Abbotsford school comes from unauthorized composting operation

Operator, patrons see success at B.C.’s only 50+ shelter

The shelter, put on by Abbotsford’s 5 and 2 Ministries, became the first 50-plus shelter last year

2 friends help save life of B.C. man hit by 5-ton semi trailer

Jeremy Scholing and Matt Burnett performed life-saving measures after man struck on Lougheed Highway

Teacher shortage leaves B.C. French immersion class learning in English

Concerned parents seek to speak to school board, advocate for solutions for teacher shortage

Poet’s new book looks at her identity as a Punjabi Sikh woman living in B.C.

Harman Kaur’s self-published book speaks volumes to Punjabi Sikh women, underrepresented in media

B.C. cat recovering, loses eye after shot 9 times with pellet gun

Owner says Chocolate likely won’t regain sight in other eye due to concussion sustained in incident

Advocate for B.C. victim’s family blasts ‘secretive’ B.C. Review Board

Comments come following Gabriel Klein’s fitness for trial hearings in high school stabbing case

Accused found unfit for murder trial over B.C. school stabbing

Gabriel Klein is set to appear before the B.C. Review Board again in mid-January

Convicted killer recaptured after escaping B.C. prison

Michael Douglas Sheets had escaped Mission Institution Saturday night

Electoral reform could boost Indigenous representation: Grand Chief

Penticton’s Grand Chief Stewart Phillip touts electoral reform as opportunity for adequate representation

‘Nobody’s child’: A Penticton woman’s journey to healing from the ’60s Scoop

Tricia Bates, 49, says she only got confirmation this year that she was part of the ’60s Scoop

Province kicks in $5M for B.C. airport improvements

Money, going to 23 communities, will fund things like taxiway improvements and obstacle removal

Homophobic flyers left at 3 B.C. businesses

PFLAG representative John Federici warning owners to keep an eye out for unwanted material

Godfrey: A few parting words as this reporter moves on

Dustin Godfrey is moving from the Penticton Western News to their sister paper in Abbotsford

Penticton youth fine with getting these tickets

Brain Injury Society kicks off positive ticketing campaign to encourage youth wearing helmets

Is Penticton real estate finally stabilizing after years of record heat?

Average sale price for Q1+2 in Penticton increased year over year, but June sees decline from May

City of Penticton seeking bids to repair sections of Skaha Lake docks

City says repairs needed urgently after certain areas ‘didn’t stand up very well’ in recent wind storm

Penticton Indian Band’s waterline project to enhance health issues: chief

Construction set to begin within 2 weeks on decades-old line with asbestos in areas of the system

New role at Pathways to help navigate addictions recovery in Penticton

The part-time role received a year’s worth of funding from the Community Action Initiative

Full steam ahead for SS Sicamous after renovations finished

SS Sicamous hosting open house to showcase new look, with hot dogs, face painting and activities