Jordyn Thomson

BCAA Play Here awards $100,000 for Oliver skate park revitalization

The project was voted for by residents across B.C. after being selected as a top six finalist

Letter: When the elevator is down, who you gonna call?

Wheelchair-bound resident has trouble finding help when elevator in residence is out of order

How to celebrate Penticton’s landmarks on National Historic Places Day

The Penticton Arts Council, Museum and Archives have special events planned at three locations

Fresh start for 20 women fleeing abuse in Penticton area

The Rotary Club of Penticton earmarked $10,000 for hope chests for SOWINS’ clients

Interior Health defends needle distribution in Penticton, calls for collaborative solutions

IH said the provincial program is cost-effective and a point of contact for those needing help

Penticton added as second host city for BCHL’s annual Showcase event

The BCHL announced today that they are re-launching the annual event to increase reach and inclusion

Emergency crews rescue injured mountain biker from Campbell Mountain

The biker’s injuries were determined to be non-life threatening and he was transported to PRH

Hit Queen musical We Will Rock You coming to the SOEC

The internationally-acclaimed production added a Penticton tour date in January 2020

Don’t miss Okanagan Falls’ Frälik in the Falls

The event is taking over for the popular Party in the Park, previously hosted by the OFWA

Green Party candidate Tara Howse to spend Canada Day in Penticton

Howse will be attending the festivities in Gyro Park, checking out Slackwater Brewing

Penticton JAK’S gives back with nearly $3,000 donation to food bank

The store participated in the province-wide JAK’S Gives Back campaign, which raised over $20,000

Crêperie Ooolala struggles to hire competent chef to meet demands of successful business

Carole Dumestre was shocked her application to bring a French crêpiere chef to Canada was denied

Penticton’s Sudbury Beach to play at Peach Festival

The teen band won the right to take the main stage between Aug. 7 and 11 thanks to Fresh BC Talent

Residents give Penticton a 2.9 out of 5 rating in terms of safety

The 2019 Citizen Survey revealed residents believe the city’s quality of life has decreased

Penticton requesting residents cut back water usage by 15 per cent

Parks staff have already voluntarily cut back approximately 30 per cent of water usage

Kilt etiquette 101 for Penticton Scottish Festival

McPhail Kilt Makers will have a large presence at the upcoming Penticton Scottish Festival

Two Penticton pot shops closer to approval, still need to cut through red tape

According to the city, the LCRB has approved two stores with conditions

PHOTOS: Check out the 2019 Pen High grad parade

Students donned their nicest tuxes and gowns and rode in cars, trucks and even boats

City on track for busy summer

Hotels are filling up and visitors are already flooding into Penticton for their vacations