Dustin Godfrey

Okanagan-area ridings mostly ignore local endorsements

Andrew Wilkinson was the top choice in four of seven Okanagan ridings for B.C. Liberal leadership

Highland Motel replacement debuts at council

A company behind Sendero Canyon is planning a 35-unit townhouse development on the land

Video shows rough arrest of man in trial on firearms charges

Cody J. E. Wilson was arrested in Penticton on Oct. 7, 2016 outside the Denny’s parking lot

Jennifer Jones takes home sixth Scotties title for Manitoba

Team Manitoba’s defeat of Team Wild Card, also from Manitoba, wraps the weeklong event in Penticton

Pin-point tradition thrives at Penticton’s Scotties

From new collectors to long-time collectors, pins were trading hands at the SOEC this week

Property crime sees tepid growth in Penticton

Residential and business break-and-enters dropped, while auto theft and theft from vehicles are up

Crash snarls Main Street

Fire crews called for tow trucks for both vehicles, but there were no serious injuries reported

Battle lines fading with new B.C. Liberal leader: Ashton

Penticton MLA Dan Ashton says Andrew Wilkinson will be able to ‘hit the ground running’

IH CEO talks emergency care in South Okanagan

With more doctors in the area and talks underway, IH hopes to curb emergency department closures

Stats murky as police report dip in domestic violence

At the same time, the South Okanagan Women in Need Society has seen more demand for services

MLA Ashton weighs in on B.C. Liberal leadership

He offered no endorsement, but suggested whoever takes the helm hit the ground running

Skyhawks returning as Penticton Peachfest lineup announced

President Don Kendall said he believes the lineup will top 2017’s ‘best lineup ever’

60 more days in jail for meth-driven road trip

Angelene Solien knocked a person over with an open car door and drove a stolen car down Highway 3

Penticton group, IH eyeing overdose prevention site

Discussions still in ‘very early’ stages, as interested groups study feasibility in the city

Sit-in takes aim at City of Penticton’s panhandling squabble

About 25 people showed up Tuesday to support Paul Braun, taken to court over a panhandling dispute

Penticton youth making their mark in the community

Princess Margaret students have raised nearly $5,000 for the youth centre, with a goal of $10,000

Optimism in the Okanagan a year after mosque shooting

As the Jan. 29 anniversary of the mosque shooting approaches, optimism prevails in the Okanagan Muslim-Canadian community.

Four-day trial set in Penticton panhandling case

City hall was ordered to disclose documents on homeless man Paul Braun and the panhandling bylaw

Penticton vehicles torched at house affected by summer bush fire

Two vehicles have been written off after one of them caught fire in West Bench Thursday evening

SOGH renos just one formality from approval

RDOS gave renovations first and second reading, with third reading and approval expected soon