Jordyn Thomson

Penticton’s Busy Beans Play Café is back in business

The indoor playground was forced to close for months following a flood in their building

Visiting teams ready to bring it at the Penticton Dragon Boat Festival

The CBC Wavecatchers and Navy Dragon Anchors are excited to be back for the annual event

Drivers receptive to Okanagan beach parking limits

City of Penticton only had to issue 10 warnings and a few tickets for over parking this summer

“Rotten eggs” smell in Penticton not a natural gas leak according to Fortis BC

A technician visited the area of Upper Columbia and Duncan at approximately 10:20 a.m.

Penticton Fire Department, BCAA offering free car seat inspection on Sept. 19

Those planning to attend must book an appointment prior to the event

Coroner’s report sheds more light on the death of Penticton pharmacy teen employee

Documents provide more info on 2017 overdose death of employee from Sunrise Pharmacy

Penticton council approves two more cannabis stores

The city has now approved 10 stores, with a 14-store limit set

Athlete of the Week: Robin Biae

Robin Biae, 12, has only been playing tennis for two months but he has already made big improvements

Remembering Penticton’s Sam Drossos, former owner of Three Gables Hotel

Sam Drossos died on Aug. 25 at 90 years old following a heart attack

Crews tackling multiple ‘spot-sized’ fires near Princeton, Merritt

Spot-sized wildfires measure less than 0.01 hectares or 10 x 10 meters

South Okanagan crews battling multiple wildfires from lightning strikes

Most of the fires are listed as spot-sized, meaning less than 0.01 hectares in size or 10 x 10 meters

Emergency department renovations started at Penticton hospital

This phase will focus on renovating and expanding the emergency department, pharmacy and more

Okanagan-Skaha School District has steady numbers in French immersion enrolment

The district’s enrolment numbers are slightly lower than the provincial average for French immersion

Video: Touring the newest luxurious winery in the South Okanagan

Phantom Creek Estates Winery has finally opened its doors after nearly five years of construction

Penticton student awarded $2,500 scholarship for nursing degree

The funding was awarded by the LinkScholar program offered by TransCore Link Logistics

Okanagan contest winner given the key to the SOEC

The annual contest gives one lucky winner two tickets to every Penticton SOEC show for a year

Crime reporting app sees user uptick, success in Penticton

Lightcatch helps individuals report crime or suspicious activity to others in the community

RCMP names Penticton’s next top cop to replace Supt. Ted De Jager

Insp. Brian Hunter will be the Penticton RCMP detachment commander

Penticton pilot takes another crack at being Maxim’s next cover girl

Brandi Hansen still advocates inner beauty is what matters, plans to donate all of the prize money