Dustin Godfrey

Kamloops Fire Centre reports 3 new fires in area, all lightning-sparked

Includes a 0.2-ha. fire east of Penticton, 0.01-ha. fire by Merritt and a 1.77-ha. fire near Lytton

Tables turn as city hall rebuffs Penticton panhandler’s settlement attempt

City lawyer told the court they didn’t believe Paul Braun ‘is serious about complying with the law’

Penticton bylaw hits the streets to maintain presence in downtown area

Regular bylaw tours intended to keep active role in maintaining clean, safe downtown

A year after fire, Penticton senior and his dog thankful to be together

Terry Theroux was separated from Scruffy for months after evictions, fire displaced Highland residents

Kindness meter moves from breezeway to Penticton City Hall

The move follows some contention about the meter’s location in a legal battle with a panhandler

Fireworks and fires over a half-metre banned Friday in Kamloops centre

B.C. Wildfire Service banning to category 2 and 3 fires in Kamloops Fire Centre at noon Friday

B.C. inmate gets 2 years in prison for assault on guard

Union rep said inmate sucker punched correctional officer, continued assault after officer fell

Man gets 2 years in prison for assault on Okanagan Correctional officer

Union rep said inmate sucker punched correctional officer, continued assault after officer fell

Crews respond to cyclist crash south of Penticton

An ambulance was seen rushing toward Penticton with sirens on Wednesday afternoon

Defence lawyer Paul Varga retained in Penticton overdose homicide case

Varga appeared in court for Bourque, charged with manslaughter, to request disclosure from Crown

‘Salt in the wound’: Roadblocks for Penticton-area residents selling home

Residents say property managers holding up sale of Penticton-area mobile home shortly after eviction

Penticton Indian Band ‘knocking on doors’ of feds for addictions relief

Penticton Indian Band will also focus on community efforts to alleviate overdose crisis locally

As Penticton Indian Band goes dry, lessons from a northern neighbour

The Esk’etemc First Nation, a Secwepemc people near Williams Lake, has been dry since 1972

UPDATED: Oliver wildfire extinguished, B.C. Wildfire mopping up

6-ha. brush fire contained before it could spread farther

Peter’s Bros. scores $9M federal contract to repave highway in Jasper

The Penticton-based company is expected to complete the highway repaving project by late-October

Princeton man acquitted of rape, guilty of forcible confinement, assault

Judge finds alcohol made victim and accused unreliable witnesses on matter of consent

Police activity outside 377 Winnipeg St. in Penticton

House was raided by police in April, but it’s not clear if any charges resulted from that action

Major Front Street project shelved, listed for sale

The four-storey project would have added a modern touch to the typically historic feel of the street

Court documents reveal South Okanagan cannabis dispensary probe

Police reportedly stopped 2 people at 2 different shops over 2 days in March prior to investigation

Trial takes off for alleged drunk driving crash near Penticton

Joseph S.D. Giroux is accused of drunk driving, crashing into a senior couple in August 2015