Dustin Godfrey

Indigenous hockey legend skates through Oliver

Multiple record-holder Reggie Leach attended an event honouring old Indigenous hockey players

Future of Penticton the talk of the town

The city’s PenTALKton event drew a strong crowd and a large social media presence

Two types of civic engagement in PIB

Some voted in the byelection, others protested the polls, as Penticton Indian Band fissures continue

Penticton man fights to stay in Canada, keep life-saving health care

If Kris Reyes is denied permanent residency, the cost of his dialysis would run too high to keep up

Electrical box sparks fire in industrial zone

Penticton Fire Department responded to the electrical fire at around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday

Modular construction plant rebounds to 50 employees

That’s more employees than before Britco slashed operations this year and they say they’ll expand more

Penticton vacation rental licences quadruple since 2015

More than 100 of the approximately 140 business licences handed out by the city came since 2015

Crash closes Eckhardt briefly

It’s not clear if there were any injuries resulting from the minor crash

City hopes to clear smoke with one last dispensary

Two of three have signed consent orders to convert to wellness centres, rather than dispensaries

Homeless count returns amid Penticton’s housing crisis

Volunteers are hitting the streets this week to find solid data on Penticton’s homeless population

UPDATED: Hockey fraudster won’t skate free on time-to-trial rule

Guilty charges stick for man who committed fraud against Okanagan hockey parents

Despite #MeToo campaign, sex assault isolating for victims

Stigmas remain for women speaking out on sex assault, harassment, as #MeToo highlights systemic issues

Winter comes early for South Okanagan real estate market

The cost of housing took a dip in October, making an early cool in the market compared to 2016

City of Penticton taking homeless man to court

City hall claims Paul Braun is obstructing a breezeway, he says there is plenty of room

Strong tourism turnout in August

Travel Penticton says August this year topped the same month in 2016, despite smoky skies

Travel Penticton pushing for unified voice in TOTA

Thom Tischik hopes the regional group can combat tourism woes from wildfires with a unified message

Cannings calls for support for softwood workers

Tariffs have dropped slightly for most lumber firms, but the trade dispute continues with the U.S.

New digs for Travel Penticton

The tourism association will be moving into the old Tourism Penticton spot on Westminster Avenue

Two to four years in jail expected for sex assaults on stepdaughters

Penticton girl said she booby trapped her room with a Nerf gun because of his frequent assaults

Shelter beds more than double in Penticton, but more people in need

Compass Court shelter adds 27 new beds, but one non-profit operator is concerned that’s not enough