Jordyn Thomson

Penticton hires new economic development specialist

Andrew Kemp started his new role on June 17, alongside Jennifer Vincent who holds the same title

Penticton RCMP utilize dogs, helicopter to catch alleged boat thieves

Officers responded to a report of a boat theft at 7 a.m. today at Red Wing Resort

I’m Just Saying: What’s the hold up with pot shops in Penticton?

Jordyn Thomson is a reporter with the Penticton Western News

Penticton resident celebrates 105th birthday

Roberta Mabel Graham is a resident at Athens Creek Retirement Lodge

Busy opening week for Block300 Casual Steakhouse

Penticton residents went roughly six months without a resident steakhouse

Penticton Vees alumni Massimo Rizzo gets picked up by Carolina Hurricanes

Rizzo captained the Penticton Vees during the 2018-19 season, was drafted 216th overall

Catch up on the excitement and watch the Beach City Beach Cruise parade

Find out what else is happening this weekend for the event, which wraps up at 11 a.m. on Sunday

Penticton Royalty seeking donations for Alberta Children’s Hospital

The trio will be in Calgary in July for the annual Calgary Stampede, plan on visiting the children

Penticton residents experience erecting a teepee first-hand

Consulting resource elder Gus Timoyakin used bystanders to set up teepee for Indigenous Peoples Day

Penticton has fun-filled day planned for Canada Day

Here’s the breakdown of festivities taking place in Gyro Park from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Penticton’s JAK’s to donate 10 per cent of Saturday’s sales to food bank

The store will be open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. on June 22

Penticton approves four more cannabis retail stores

City council saw seven applications at the meeting on June 18, defeating three due to location

Bail decision expected June 24 for man accused of assault on Penticton beach

Thomas Brayden Kruger-Allen, 22, appeared at Penticton court today for his bail hearing

Penticton family honours loved one with acts of kindness, free coffee

The family of Kathy Castle want to ensure she is remembered by the community

Penticton continues work to revitalize Penticton Creek

Council voted to redirect $159,000 for design plans from the capital reserve

Penticton kickstarts process to allow 20-room luxury hotel at Poplar Grove Winery

City council granted a bylaw amendment to allow the commercial use, still requires a building permit

City of Penticton supports $10aDay Child Care program

Council voted unanimously to sign a letter of support at the June 18 council meeting

20 years of dragonboat racing in Penticton

The Penticton Dragonboat Festival would like to make its 2020 anniversary event the biggest yet

Penticton city council gives itself pay raise

Decision was based on recommendation by an external task force that reviewed council’s remuneration

City to review plans for lake-to-lake cycling route in August

Council heard an update on the process to identify a route at the meeting on June 18