Jordyn Thomson

Penticton arena’s will get Band-Aid solution for now

Penticton city council decided to return the $6 million Strategic Priorities Fund

Penticton parking lot where Greyhound was will have electric vehicle charging

The stations will be installed in the parking lot taking over the Greyhound property

Visitors spend $4.5M during Penticton Peach Festival

Two-thirds of attendees were from out of town, spending $325 per person during the annual festival

Councillors express disappointment with Downtown Penticton Association

The city is assuming ownership and responsibility following the DPA pulling out of civic events

Penticton council grants funding for operations, utilities to Okanagan School of the Arts

The organization is facing financial difficulties amidst “reinventing its mission”

Penticton resident baffled about odd thefts

Security footage shows a woman and her dog taking the mat from the property on March 13

Video: What’s up, Penticton?

Find out what’s happening this week in Penticton

Grease fire causes minor damage in Penticton kitchen

Penticton fire department responded to a residential kitchen fire at 3:20 p.m. on March 16

Penticton business owner earmarks 10 per cent of income for charitable donations

Terry Olfert, owner of RPR Heating & Air Conditioning, donated over $25,000 in 2018 alone

Motor vehicle accident at Eckhardt Avenue and Martin Street intersection

No series injuries have been reported, traffic is reduce to one lane on both streets

Video: Celebrating 35 years of the Cannery Trade Centre in Penticton

Hear from tenants and management about how the centre has changed, what it has to offer

Players look back at the Penticton Vees 2018-19 season, playoffs

Massimo Rizzo, Cassidy Bowes and Jack LaFontaine recap the ups and downs of the season and playoffs

Penticton paints the city green for St. Patrick’s Day

A list of upcoming events on March 16 and 17 for St. Patrick’s Day

Okanagan mascots battle in inaugural event

The event takes place May 10 -12 at Kal Tire Place in Vernon

Odd Couple, Female Version coming to Cannery Stage from April 11 to May 4

The second production of Many Hats Theatre Co’s 12th season

Describe Penticton in one word

Residents are being asked for word suggestions to include on city’s next sculpture installation

Meet Lady Argyle, the bighorn sheep with a flare for fashion

Lady Argyle was spotted on the streets of Oliver and her pattern is a result of perfect timing

Alleged Penticton flasher admits to breach, denies exposing genitals to children

David Ernest Friesen’s trial is expected to conclude Thursday at Penticton court

B.C. Premier Horgan rubs elbows with constituents in Penticton

He hosted a meet and greet in the city following an annoucement in OK Falls regarding timber

Poll: When do you consider it spring?

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