Jordyn Thomson

Give back this holiday season with SOWINS Share the Spirit campaign

Help women and children fleeing or living with abuse have a happy holiday

Man charged with attempted murder appears in Penticton court

Hunter Kruger, 25, will return to court Nov. 19 where it’s expected he will plead to lesser charges

Update: Gas leak on Penticton’s South Main Street caused by ‘third party damage’

Incident serves as reminder to contact BC 1 Call before digging

Penticton RCMP reviewing sexual assault claims

Thirty-eight per cent of the sexual assault reports in 2018 were deemed “unfounded” by RCMP

Person riding motorized scooter hit by vehicle on Penticton’s Main Street

Individual has non-life threatening injuries, personnel say

City of Penticton receives nearly $100,000 grant in lieu of property tax from province

The grant money will fund and maintain public services and local infrastructure projects

Fortify Conference returns to Penticton Nov. 19

The conference is for anyone in the brewing, distilling or fermenting industry

Athlete of the Week: Harjas Bansoota

Harjas Bansoota plays on hockey for the Elite 15 Okanagan Hockey Academy

VIDEO: Penticton man shares footage of alleged attempted mail thief

The video shows a woman walking up his sidewalk, checking the mailbox at 1 a.m. on Wednesday

Join St. Saviours Church, men’s club for Harvest Dinner on Nov. 16

Tickets to the turkey and ham dinner with pie for dessert are $20 each

City of Penticton expands scope for partner search to co-host civic events

Interested organizations have until 2 p.m. on Nov. 26 to submit their bid

Letter: Albertans swallowed propaganda of oil and gas economy fearlessly

Entrenched in a waning industry now, Albertans scramble in fear bolstering leaders

Young Penticton mom hoping to beat cancer prognosis

Kelly Lerbekmo is not ready to leave her son without a mother

Penticton arts, culture and sports programs get boost of over $500,000 thanks to provincial grant

The B.C. Community Gaming Grants program will be distributing $505,900 to 18 local groups

Okanagan school districts reach agreement with CUPE Local 523

The union represents members who provide a variety of services to support students

Students prepare for upcoming Penticton 10,000 Tonight food drive

The drive takes place on Nov. 28, with bags being distributed with the Penticton Western on Nov. 22

Penticton RCMP and residents look for vandals responsible for late-night graffiti

Two people can be seen on security footage spraypainting a fence along the Riverside Drive laneway

City of Penticton considers new bylaw to restrict needle distribution

Approximately 440 people in Penticton use intravenous drugs and 167,000 needles were ordered in 2018

Time to get creative with the Okanagan School of the Arts

Check out some of the upcoming classes and events coming to the Shatford Centre this winter

Penticton’s Caravilla Estates holds most-attended Remembrance Day ceremony to date

The mobile home park held the ceremony at 9 a.m. on Nov. 11