Mark Brett

Penticton Vees acquire forward Lakoduk from Victoria Grizzlies

Penticton Vees acquire forward Lakoduk from Victoria Grizzlies

The Penticton Vees have acquired forward Darwin Lakoduk in a trade with the Victoria Grizzlies

Penticton Vees acquire forward Lakoduk from Victoria Grizzlies
Penticton on Bamford’s list of stops in 2020

Penticton on Bamford’s list of stops in 2020

Gord Bamford and friends are scheduled to stop in Penticton in 2020

Penticton on Bamford’s list of stops in 2020
Foundation Notes: SOS Medical foundation fundraiser shifts gears

Foundation Notes: SOS Medical foundation fundraiser shifts gears

There will be two brochure version for the Tree of Dreams fundraiser this year

Foundation Notes: SOS Medical foundation fundraiser shifts gears
Penticton concert date for Blind Melon and guests has been cancelled

Penticton concert date for Blind Melon and guests has been cancelled

No reason given for cancellation of Canadian dates for Blind Melon, Bif Naked and Soul Asylum

Penticton concert date for Blind Melon and guests has been cancelled
Penticton Vees suffer Wicked Wednesday

Penticton Vees suffer Wicked Wednesday

The Penticton Vees five-game win streak came to an end Wednesday as the Smoke Eaters win 4-1

Penticton Vees suffer Wicked Wednesday
Okanagan woman helps senior along the journey

Okanagan woman helps senior along the journey

Cindy Bertrand Larson goes throughout the Okanagan to help seniors along their end-of-life journey

Okanagan woman helps senior along the journey
Lynn Kalmring was killed by her common-law husband Keith Wiens in 2011. Wiens has been granted escorted temporary absence from prison for up to 40 hours a month. (File photo)

Ex-Summerland RCMP officer convicted of murder granted escorted absence

Keith Wiens granted escorted absences from prison by National Parole Board

Lynn Kalmring was killed by her common-law husband Keith Wiens in 2011. Wiens has been granted escorted temporary absence from prison for up to 40 hours a month. (File photo)
Blast from the past coming to Penticton

Blast from the past coming to Penticton

Blind Melon, Soul Asylum and Bif Naked will be rockin’ the trade and convention centre next April

Blast from the past coming to Penticton
The item of “great value” (cash) that was accidentally dropped off in a clothing donation to the The Closet Thrift Store in October has been returned to its owner. (File photo)

Cash accidentally donated to Penticton thrift store returned

An item of “great value” (cash) accidentally donated to a local thrift store has been returned

The item of “great value” (cash) that was accidentally dropped off in a clothing donation to the The Closet Thrift Store in October has been returned to its owner. (File photo)
Non-life-threatening injuries in Penticton crash

Non-life-threatening injuries in Penticton crash

Emergency crews responded to a two-vehicle crash at Government Street and Duncan Avenue

Non-life-threatening injuries in Penticton crash
Penticton fundraiser needing support

Penticton fundraiser needing support

Hosted by Sprott Shaw College, Lunch with Santa expected to attract hundreds again this year

Penticton fundraiser needing support
The Apex Fire Brigade, and other volunteer departments who have supported them, stand in front of the new engine that was donated to the Apex brigade earlier this year. The brigade is now raising money for rescue equipment. (Western News file photo)

South Okanagan fire brigade seeking donations for equipment

The Apex Fire Brigade needing donations for rescue equipment

The Apex Fire Brigade, and other volunteer departments who have supported them, stand in front of the new engine that was donated to the Apex brigade earlier this year. The brigade is now raising money for rescue equipment. (Western News file photo)
Penticton firefighters used prying tools to free child’s hand

Penticton firefighters used prying tools to free child’s hand

Fire department called to Penticton hospital to help free child’s fingers from vehicle

Penticton firefighters used prying tools to free child’s hand
Penticton swimmers rack up medals at first meet

Penticton swimmers rack up medals at first meet

The Penticton KISU Swim Club hosted its first meet of the season with eight teams competing.

Penticton swimmers rack up medals at first meet
Penticton man recalls fateful Halloween night

Penticton man recalls fateful Halloween night

Ken McLennan and his dog Penny were struck by a car on Halloween night in 2018

Penticton man recalls fateful Halloween night
Penticton Western News letter to the editor

Letter: Need to reduce fossil fuels

How can the city’s operation emissions from buildings and vehicles be reduced?

Penticton Western News letter to the editor
Minister to host accessibility forum in Penticton Nov. 13

Minister to host accessibility forum in Penticton Nov. 13

Shane Simpson will be in Penticton Nov. 13 to host a forum to get input in accessibility legislation

Minister to host accessibility forum in Penticton Nov. 13
South Okanagan care givers connecting with patients

South Okanagan care givers connecting with patients

The South Okanagan Similkameen Division has connected over 1,100 patients and care givers

South Okanagan care givers connecting with patients
Grand opening for all-access Penticton WorkBC Centre

Grand opening for all-access Penticton WorkBC Centre

A grand opening is planned for Nov. 13 for the new all-access WorkBC Centre

Grand opening for all-access Penticton WorkBC Centre
Penticton on tap for ‘Party funk” Orkestra

Penticton on tap for ‘Party funk” Orkestra

The Lemon Bucket Orkestra is bring their unique genre-blending music style to Penticton

Penticton on tap for ‘Party funk” Orkestra