Editorial

Editorial: Access to information

With technology and social media, we have more ways to find out what is going on in the world than ever before.

Editorial: Honouring those who sacrificed all

It’s been nearly a century since the first Remembrance Day was celebrated.

Editorial: Price of ice in Penticton

When it comes to the future of Penticton’s Memorial Arena, there are no easy answers.

Editorial: Support is vital for veterans

The current government will soon have to show it can live up to its promises.

Editorial: Hanging the blame

Kleb said it is going to take some time to rebuild trust between Penticton city council and the community.

Editorial: Personal attacks towards Penticton council not necessary

The insults, name calling and unreasoned attacks, frankly, are making this community look bad.

Editorial: Adding up the benefits of small business in the South Okanagan

Small businesses contribute just as much to the economy as any big corporation.

Editorial: Money, power and elections

So far, we’ve steered clear of commenting on the travesty that is the 2016 U.S. presidential race.

STUDY: Could snow reduce need for air conditioning?

Study at UBC Okanagan says it could be beneficial to store snow and then use to cool buildings

Editorial: Playing the blame game in Penticton

Change is going to have to happen, that is as certain as there will be opposition.

Editorial: Fantasy budgets

It’s no surprise that Premier Clark told the grassroots leaders of the province how wonderful things are going to be in coming years

Editorial: Royal recognition

Phillip and the UBCIC should be honoured for their commitment to their personal values and ongoing advocacy

Royal visit to Kelowna: Things to know for today’s visit

When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in Kelowna, you'll have to be on the ball to catch a glimpse

EDITORIAL: Penticton tourism back on track

It looks like the long roller coaster ride for tourism in Penticton is finally nearing an end.

Okanagan College in Kelowna gets business accreditation

New accreditation will take OC business program to the next level

EDITORIAL: Summerland wants to split from school district

Separating into two school districts would mean duplicating administration, and the cost wouldn’t be paid by Summerland council

EDITORIAL: Tech talk

Penticton is set for a big upgrade to internet connectivity, at least for Telus customers.

EDITORIAL: Electoral reform

Every decade or so, the idea of reforming Canada’s electoral system comes around, though all the attempts so far have pretty much failed.

EDITORIAL: Putting the brakes to Penticton parking plan

We agree that pay parking, especially along Lakeshore Drive — really, one of Penticton’s great treasures — is objectionable

RCMP’s annual Cops For Kids Ride set to push off Friday

The 10-day ride will pass through 18 communities in the southern B.C. Interior, raising money for sick kids.