Jordyn Thomson

Video: Third annual Ellis on the Rise brings joy to community

The block party was hosted by the Downtown Penticton Association and Ellis Street business owners

More than just a playground: Busy Beans Play Café to help parents and children

Owners Kim Wade and Tracey Wiseman want to use their expertise to help struggling families

VIDEO: Protesters in Penticton gather to rally against sleeping-on-sidewalk bylaw

The proposed bylaw would outlaw sitting or lying on the city’s downtown sidewalks

Crews respond to smoke at Penticton thrift store

The rooftop A/C unit began filling the building with smoke, prompting them to evacuate

Okanagan Dance Studio to host yard sale and market on June 1

Proceeds to support the studio’s showgroup

Big plans for Penticton’s first Seniors Week

Activities, lectures and celebrations planned for June 1 to 8 to celebrate Seniors Week

Last call for contestants in Teen Band Contest

Winners will play on stage at Penticton Peach Festival in August

Chute Lake Lodge gets much-needed revamp

New owners Mike and Lyndie Hill didn’t want to see the historic lodge deteriorate

Bear spray culprit released from Penticton RCMP custody

The individual who sprayed the bear spray at Compass House on May 22 has been released

Community groups want Penticton land redesignated as park

1400 Riddle Road is currently leased the Penticton and Area Cycling Association

Video: Bizarre incident in Penticton alley leads to arrest of Calgary man

A man was witnessed jumping on a car ‘acting like an ape’

Proposed pharmacy on busy Penticton corner could mean intersection improvements

The lot at 595 Carmi Ave. would be narrowed to widen the traffic lanes

Penticton sets cap of 14 cannabis stores, removes buffer zone

The city previously relied on a buffer zone and scoring matrix to limit number of stores

Advocate says Penticton bylaw targeting less fortunate

Kristine Shepherd is the community organizer for Monday Night Dinners in Nanaimo Square

Okanagan woman honoured for her dedication to conservation and the environment

White works in habitat conservation and protection, manages the South Okanagan Conservation Fund

Video: City of Penticton’s 2019 Public Sculpture Exhibition

Residents were able to meet some of the artists responsible for the public artworks

Parks Canada to share results from proposed national park public consultation

Feedback was collected from December 2018 to March 2019, aim is for an agreement by summer 2019

Anonymous resident gifts 10 bags of dog food to Penticton Dog Control

The resident known only as Whitney left the food outside the office with a note on May 11

Penticton Art Gallery seeking donations for upcoming auction

The 42nd annual art auction will take place June 27

The many hats of a B.C. conservation officer

Not just the “bear police,” conservation officers have similar authority to RCMP