Dustin Godfrey

Penticton Coun. Konanz makes federal bid for Conservative Party

She announced on Facebook in April that she would not be seeking re-election for council

No rights breached in Penticton trafficking, firearm trial, judge rules

Defence argued cops violated charter protections against arbitrary detention, unreasonable search

Sharps disposal containers set to go up around Penticton

Meanwhile, firefighters, bylaw and parks staff report near-daily run-ins with used needles in streets

Penticton drug trafficking, weapons trial may hinge on search of one bag

Defence argues search of bag that led to drugs, weapon find breached the man’s charter rights

Attempted murder charge approved in Oliver shooting late last month

Andrew Bradley Miller, 30, is charged with attempted murder with a firearm for the May 28 shooting

Penticton CEO not knocking on wood as steel tariffs continue

Structurlam chief executive Hardy Wentzel hesitant to predict tariffs’ effect on wood construction

UPDATED: Penticton RCMP warns of threat to high school students’ sunset party

‘I am shocked that some parents even drive their children to this party,’ RCMP Supt. Ted De Jager says

Penticton’s Unity House cleared of wrongdoing in firing employee

Employee found to have ‘failed over an extended period in many ways’ to maintain boundaries with clients

Penticton trial kicks off on sawed off shotgun, trafficking allegations

Warren Taylor Johannesen-Quail’s defence began trial with charter challenge, claiming police breaches

Penticton Indian Band hopes B.C. housing funds will bring members home

Chief Chad Eneas says 60% of members live off reserve, there’s ‘a real desire for people to come home’

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