Mark Brett

Great news for Indigenous youth program in BC

The federal government came through with over $1 million in funding for Indigenous youth program

Video: Penticton drive-thru breakfast over the top for United Way

Best year ever for Lakeside Drive-Thru Breakfast in support of the United Way

Power of plants comes to Penticton – Okanagan Health Forum

The power of plants will be the focus of Sunday’s Okanagan Health Forum at the Shatford Centre

Penticton Vees celebrating those who help others

The Vees are honouring charitable organizations during the regular season to the tune of $28,000

Rookie Penticton Vees player Niedermayer following in his father’s skates

One of the newest members of the Penticton Vees has plenty of hockey history

‘The most beautiful moment of my life’ – Penticton kidney donor

A Penticton woman donates one of her kidneys

Spirit North funding annoucement now expected any day

Indigenous Services Canada annouces new timeline for funding annoucement

LocoLanding flowers bring joy to others in Penticton

LocoLanding Amusement Park sends flowers to Penticton residents

Okanagan Nation Salmon Feast returns to Okanagan Falls

The annual Okanagan Nation Salmon Feast begins Friday afternoon and runs through the weekend.

Indigenous youth program offered in Penticton is in jeopardy

If government funding does not come through an Indigenous youth program may be cancelled

Breakfast fundraiser kicks off United Way campaigns

The seventh annual Penticton Lakeside United Way Drive Thru Breakfast

Windy conditions shorten Penticton Dragon Boat Festival

Wind on the final day of the Dragon Boat Festival cancels some races

Penticton triathlete gearing up for Kona Ironman World Championship

Penticton endurance athlete Jen Annett heading to pro Ironman World Championship

Leaner, meaner hockey machine – Penticton Vees 2018/19

The Vees looking to rally from last season disappointment

Key to the SOEC winner announced

Tim Frayne was the winner of the Key to the SOEC for the next year’s ticketed shows

New crime prevention initiative rolled out for Penticton and area

In conjunction with Penticton/South Okanagan Similkameen RCMP and the City of Penticton

Second annual Punjabi Mela Festival goes Sunday

Organizers of this year’s Punjabi Mela Festival hoping to top the $15,000 raised last year.

Down and dirty for South Okanagan burrowing owls

Volunteers needed for a series of work camps to restory burrowing owl dens

Canada Special Olympics experience ‘awesome’ – Penticton coach

Two weeks after returning from his duties at the Special Olympics Canada…

Smokey skies don’t dampen spirits at Between the Lakes Pow Wow

Annual Between the Lakes Pow Wow celebrations for the children