Jordyn Thomson

Public invited to open house to discuss future of Shatford Centre

The Okanagan School of the Arts is looking for input as to the future of the organization’s home

Still time to register for today’s Cyber Security Table Talk presented by Valley First

The Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce event still has seats available

BYOW: Valley Hemp Imports to remain marijuana accessory shop only

Owner says the Penticton and Oliver stores will not become cannabis distributors

Penticton’s temporary shelters are ready for cold nights ahead

The main shelter is at 1706 Main St. with overflow being taken in at Compass House

Remembrance Day ceremonies in the South Okanagan – Similkameen

From Penticton to Princeton — find out what your community is doing for the 100th Remembrance Day

New bakery to offer influences of Europe

Petrasek Bakery at 301 Main St. opened today, offering homemade bread and pastries

Nitty Gritty performance an homage to classic country

The classic country band did their music justice at the SOEC

Okanagan breweries to gather for Brewphoria

Hosted at the Tree Brewing Beer Institute in Kelowna

Penticton pub owner wants to inject new life into downtown

After nearly six months, the Penticton restaurant can finally call itself a pub

Crews working along Bathville Road in Penticton

Motorists are asked to drive with caution

City of Penticton reduces natural gas usage

The move is in response to the provincial natural gas shortage

Home brewers ready for Campaign for Real Ale – South Okanagan competition

The CAMRA SO Home Brewing Competition returns to Penticton Nov. 10

Bad Tattoo to host Monday night yoga in November

Drop-in is $15 and includes a 10-ounce Bad Tattoo brew

Don’t miss the Penticton Scouts Apple Days

Buy local apples and help support the local troops

Artist wanted for outdoor sculpture installation

Applications are open to all artists - local, national or international

Section of Backstreet Blvd. will be closed Nov. 5 and 6

Crews will be working to connect storm sewer mains

Vees victorious after overtime shootout win against Centennials

The Penticton Vees bested the Merritt Centennials in an overtime shootout on Nov. 2

Penticton’s Okanagan Makers craft fair is set to return for 22nd year

Okanagan Makers Christmas Craft and Sustainable Living Show will be at the convention centre

Oliver farmers facing future financial drought

Gordon Forbes and Arthur Dias dealt with crop loss for the better half of a decade

Penticton chef competes in Canada’s Great Kitchen Party

Penticton chef Paul Cecconi was invited to participate in the Victoria event on Oct. 25