Jordyn Thomson

Penticton group confident in bid to host 2021 Junior A Hockey Championships

The 10-day event would bring thousands to the city, garner national TV coverage

Indigenous dancers from the Okanagan to bring their moves to Toronto

Students from Outma Sqilx’w Cultural School will be participating in the Indigenous Youth Dance Show

Meet Clarence the pigeon dove, Penticton’s newest “community pet”

Much like Penticton’s Chester the cat, Clarence loves visiting residents in the city

Shake It: Five years of Penticton’s Boundless Belly Dance

22-year-old entrepreneur Keisha McLean talks the art of belly dance and forming a community

Penticton Seniors’ Drop-In Centre welcomes new manager

Former manager Donna Verbeek is retiring, Sandra Maitland to assume role beginning April 29

Foodie Friday: Hero Burger and salad at Burger 55

Owner/operator Ronald Bee serves up his favourite burger to make at the Penticton eatery

Housing for Penticton’s homeless to be ready September 1

Construction is underway for the 62 modular units on Winnipeg Street

New guide helps South Okanagan homeowners tackle climate change

Building Climate Resilience in the Okanagan covers wildfire and flood saftey, climate change & more

Stolen generator from Penticton restaurant recovered

New business owner Nik Dos Santos said it’s a reminder to be vigilant, cautious

Cannery’s Sunblink Berry Sour takes gold in Best Label Competition

The competition was presented by Westkey for the Great Okanagan Beer Festival

Poll: What is your favourite Easter treat?

Let us know your thoughts!

Sons of Anarchy’s Kim Coates stops by Okanagan café

Coates was spotted in West Bank’s Kekuli Café on April 20

Naramata Rd residences briefly without power due to downed line

The line was accidentally cut when a man was trimming tree branches with a chainsaw

First Penticton Farmers’ Market sees great turnout, sunny skies

Market is set to take place every Saturday going forward in the 100 block of Main Street until fall

Motorcycle crash on Highway 97 in Penticton sends driver to hospital

No other vehicle was involved in the incident, driver was alert and did not suffer major injuries

BC Care Providers to explore new solutions to care aide shortage in Okanagan

CEO Daniel Fontaine finishes Listening Tour, discusses possible care aide internship in Okanagan

Peeling away: OK strip clubs disappearing

Hear from Penticton’s only strip club owner about their success in a dying industry

Traffic flagger ‘pushed’ by vehicle in Osoyoos on April 18

Aimee Attig is looking for witnesses of the incident that took place on Highway 3 near the AG Foods

Video: Penticton unites for candlelight vigil honouring shooting victims

Hundreds gathered to support the grieving family & friends of the victims from the April 15 shooting

Penticton approves four cannabis store locations

City council also chose to defer four applications, with five more still in the process of applying