Jordyn Thomson

Okanagan school districts reach agreement with CUPE Local 523

The union represents members who provide a variety of services to support students

Students prepare for upcoming Penticton 10,000 Tonight food drive

The drive takes place on Nov. 28, with bags being distributed with the Penticton Western on Nov. 22

Penticton RCMP and residents look for vandals responsible for late-night graffiti

Two people can be seen on security footage spraypainting a fence along the Riverside Drive laneway

City of Penticton considers new bylaw to restrict needle distribution

Approximately 440 people in Penticton use intravenous drugs and 167,000 needles were ordered in 2018

Time to get creative with the Okanagan School of the Arts

Check out some of the upcoming classes and events coming to the Shatford Centre this winter

Penticton’s Caravilla Estates holds most-attended Remembrance Day ceremony to date

The mobile home park held the ceremony at 9 a.m. on Nov. 11

The Cellar hosts a Night of Art on Nov. 20

Owner Nick Vassilakakis has finally agreed to publicly display his art for all to enjoy

Let your freak flag fly at Studio 54 night at Penticton’s Craft Corner Kitchen

Just Jerri and Nadine from Forbidden Fruit are bringing the 70s back for one night only

Penticton sexual assault stats may not be accurate, says SOWINS

“When I see 18 proven, I think 180. So of 180, we have 18 that came forward and were proven.”

Daughter of a war bride: Penticton woman recalls how her parents found love during Second World War

Roughly 48,000 war brides moved to Canada following the end of WWII

FutureBiz Penticton announces tech leader and invited speakers for 2019 forum

The keynote speaker will be Abigail Cabunoc Mayes of the Mozilla Foundation

Join Naramata Community Church for Music that Got us Through WII

The admission by donation event will have music by Don Wade’s Sax Among Friends

Don’t miss the second Penticton Chamber cash mob

Mobbers will gather at the Penticton Curling Club main doors at 3:45 p.m.

Construction begins on Penticton’s Westminster Avenue

The project received a grant from ICBC ‘in recognition of the improvements it provides’

Penticton Chamber wishes farewell to Supt. Ted De Jager

De Jager is transferring to the RCMP headquarters in Surrey

Athlete of the Week: Hannah Park

Hannah Park is a Kindergarten student at the Penticton Christian School

Friction persists between Penticton mayor and Monday Night Dinners

The dinners are moving back to Nanaimo Square, but should be moved inside instead says mayor

Artists wanted for last exhibition at Leir House Cultural Centre for 2019

Artists can submit for either one or both of the upcoming shows Ornamented and Long Nights’ Journey

Kelowna youth group to perform at Penticton Adventist Church

The youth are putting on a free concert from 7 to 8 p.m. on Nov. 9

Letter: Thank you to Grant King Men’s Wear

“I will never forget my first day in parliament wearing a suit from Grant King”