Dustin Godfrey

Christmas heroes volunteer time, energy to feed community

There was no need for anyone to go hungry in Penticton on the evening of Christmas Day

Car torched on Osoyoos Indian Band land

Fire officials say the owner of the vehicle had left it at the spot on Christmas day

Crashes plague South Okanagan roads

A series of crashes are being reported between Penticton and Summerland

Driving charges turn to firearm and drug charges in Kamloops

A 9-mm semi-automatic handgun was reportedly found in the vehicle, along with drugs

OK Valley getting big chill for Christmas

Get your firewood while the stores are open — you’ll probably need it

Sweet Sicamous! Family makes gingerbread model of historic Penticton ship

With an estimated 10 hours left on the project, one of the creators says it’s nearly done

Kelowna group brings menorah lighting to Penticton

Chabad Okanagan held the Hanukkah event at the Cannery mall Monday night

Fourth Penticton homicide this year shrouded in mystery

No information has been released, including timing of homicide or whether firearms were involved

Gun smuggler may challenge mandatory minimum

Senk’lip, also known as Alex Louie, was found guilty of nine gun-related charges

Alleged violent offender Ighani denied bail

Ighani is accused of kidnapping and assault causing bodily harm in separate incidents

Family fuming after sex assault sentencing pushed back

The accused is now disputing facts on the file, meaning the victim will now have to testify in court

Soupateria attendees eat fresh

Subway donated 100 sandwiches, cookies and bottled drinks to the soup kitchen for lunch Wednesday

Family fears losing their Naramata dream home

The low-income family has until Jan. 31 to leave their cozy cabin on Naramata Centre land

Firefighters donate for safety equipment

Penticton Firefighters’ Charitable Society gave to Penticton Excel which works with autistic children

Penticton’s winter shelter prepared for influx tonight

Manager Roger Evans said he does expect to see more use of the shelter with snow blanketing the city

Penticton man convicted in grad party assault

The recent high school graduates were at a sunset graduation party beyond city limits

UPDATED: Minor chlorine leak at Penticton water treatment plant

Emergency responders wrapped up the minor chlorine leak within about 20 minutes

Osoyoos council putting councillor question to poll

Town is considering adding an additional two councillors to their roster, bringing it up to seven

Police investigating firearms report at mall

Police received the call at about 5:15 p.m. Thursday evening at Cherry Lane Mall

Penticton Youth Centre gains key resource

The Foundry health and social resources network will be setting up shop with the YES Project