Jordyn Thomson

Coyote Cruises announces new partnership, updates council on proposal to enhance operations

The tourism entity is looking to obtain a 20-year lease from the city for portion of Riverside Park

IRONMAN Canada to return to Penticton in 2020

Race director noted the city is a “benchmark for the industry”, wants to build off legacy

First DPA community market of 2019 was “fabulous”

Organizers anticipate number of attendees to continuously increase throughout summer

Penticton council approves Slackwater Brewing hour changes

Those in favour hope this will revive the city’s nightlife, which dissipated with night club closures

Penticton launches 2019 public sculpture exhibition on May 11

Reception and artists talks at Penticton Art Gallery on May 10, launch at City Hall at 10 a.m. on May 11

Penticton man charged in quadruple murder makes short but tense court appearance

Family of victims wanted him to “see their faces” at arraignment on May 8, adjourned for three weeks

Penticton RCMP narrowing down on B&E suspects

Supt. De Jager said officers have suspects in mind, crime spree not unprecedented

Video: Energy efficient Passive House being constructed in Penticton

The home will have the ability to produce more energy than it consumes in a year

UPDATE: Tire pile and campers ablaze at Penticton Speedway

Blaze allegedly caused by work being done inside one camper, spread to tire pile

Dozens flocked to watch the 9th annual Duck Drop in Penticton’s Gyro Park

Presented by the South Okanagan Kin Club, 4,000 rubber ducks were dumped onto a target

Take a trip to the 1920s with Forbidden Tales of Cabaret at Mile Zero Wine Bar

Featuring vocal talents of Jerri Rouw and dance performances by Nadine Barrett with Forbidden Fruit

Penticton Boston Pizza steps up commitment to SOWINS Walk to End Abuse

Owner Derek George said it’s a personal issue for his family, wants to give back to community

Foodie Friday: Lemon turmeric energy balls at Gratify

Satisfy your sweet tooth while sticking to your diet with Connie and Ryan Oickle’s healthy treats

Vancouver-based meal kit service coming to the Okanagan

Fresh Prep will be available to Vernon, West Kelowna, Kelowna and Penticton residents as of May 6

May the force be with your dance shoes for SOS Pride annual Spring Fling

Don’t miss this Star Wars-themed dance party at the Penticton Art Gallery on May 4

Human remains discovered in burned truck outside of Oliver

Oliver RCMP responded to a remote location east of the town, identity of the victim is still unknown

RDOS residents could be fined up to $2,000 for setting off fireworks

The region just adopted a bylaw prohibiting fireworks of any kind in certain electoral areas

South Okanagan-West Kootenay MP canvasses to promote pharmacare action

April 27 was National Day of Action on Pharmacare, hundreds of volunteered door-knocked across the country