Dustin Godfrey

B.C. Tree Fruits gets $220,000 WorkSafe fine

A WorkSafeBC inspector noted a series of issues at the B.C. Tree Fruits Oliver packing plant in 2016

Penticton council to call for clarity on hotel room tax changes

Changes would allow local governments to use the tax for affordable housing initiatives

Rising lake water could delay Penticton’s Kiwanis Pier repairs

City hopes to have the pier repaired in time for peak tourism season, with $278,000 from city

Rising lake water could delay Penticton’s Kiwanis Pier repairs

City hopes to have the pier repaired in time for peak tourism season, with $278,000 from city

‘Pure rage’: RCMP officer testifies in Penticton on alleged assault

Bremner E. Lance accused of assaulting a peace officer and uttering threats in 2016 Hedley incident

‘Pure rage’: RCMP officer testifies in Penticton on alleged assault

Bremner E. Lance accused of assaulting a peace officer and uttering threats in 2016 Hedley incident

Up to 40 people handed eviction notices in Penticton community

Residents of the Delta MHP were set to fight the evictions, but now feel they are without recourse

B.C.’s ‘largest’ dispensary fine levied against Penticton operator

City hall published court order online, calling the fine the largest facing any dispensary in B.C.

B.C.’s ‘largest’ dispensary fine levied against Penticton operator

City hall published court order online, calling the fine the largest facing any dispensary in B.C.

Okanagan hockey fraudster lined up for July sentencing

Michael Elphicke, convicted of fraud for a failed hockey trip, is set to be sentenced on July 18

Penticton man handed 3 years for distributing child pornography

Jesse Prince was convicted of possessing, accessing and distributing child pornography in December

Event participants at SOEC campus generate $24.9 million

Report released by city shows $24.9 million economic impact from SOEC campus events

Correcting the Okanagan Correctional

B.C. Corrections, an academic and a union boss on moving forward from Incorrectional

City releases settlement proposal with Penticton street person

The City of Penticton has released a settlement offer

COLUMN: When we fail inmates, we fail ourselves

Solutions for inmates go far beyond the walls of the Okanagan Correctional Centre

Man accused of yet another violent incident at Okanagan jail

Afshin Ighani accused of assaulting a peace officer in March, following alleged stabbings last year

Province has no worries about South Okanagan dam breaches

Despite early issues with area dams, officials not worried about a 2010 Testalinden dam breach repeat

No way of forecasting Okanagan floods: engineer

RDOS released an informational video with expert analysis and drone shots of regional floods Wednesday

PIB-area development improving ecologically sensitive area

The Bow on Penticton Indian Band land is working to repair historic wear and tear on a nearby oxbow

Short trial time raises concerns in Penticton panhandling case

Judge questions need for 13 witnesses from city lawyer, as trial reduced from 4 days to 3