Penticton Staff

West Kelowna cop involved in RCMP apology

West Kelowna’s top cop is involved in an RCMP apology – several years in the making.

Editorial: Let’s move on from hacking scandal

It must be election time in British Columbia.

Tom Cochrane’s highway still rolling through this mad, mad world

Zest for musical stories still powers Canadian songwriting icon as he launches 25th anniversary tour

Vees home schedules wraps up with West Kelowna, Salmon Arm and Victoria

Three home games in three days has Penticton Vees goalie Mat Robson smiling.

Tickets for 2018 Scotties in Penticton on sale

The country’s best women’s curling teams will be chasing a Canadian championship in Penticton.

Coach headed to World Winter Games

Ray Huson is headed to the World Winter Games for Special Olympics for the first time.

Okanagan Taste: Snow and wine combine

Over the course of the winter, most area ski hills feature libations and food events.

Policing cost increase for South Okanagan community

Jump in population for Osoyoos means increase in policing costs.

Apex Freestyle Club piles up medals

Apex Freestyle Club (AFC) members won eight medals during Timber Tour 2 in Whistler Feb. 3 to 5.

Bantam Vees sweep Rockets to advance to OMAHA finals

The Penticton bantam Tier 2 Vees advanced to the OMAHA finals.

Mustangs advance to Valley championship

The Maggie Mustangs senior boys basketball team delivered in a must-win situation.…

Wild signs six Penticton players for B.C. ILL

The Okanagan Wild lacrosse team has filled six of its first 25 roster spots with Penticton products.

B.C. government investigates PharmaNet breach

Premier ‘profoundly concerned’ after data of 7,500 people compromised

Driver’s charges upgraded to murder after fatal North Shuswap crash

Raymond Swann was originally charged with criminal negligence, now he faces second-degree murder.

U.S. ambassador ‘optimistic’ about softwood talks

Canada’s diplomat in Washington reports good cooperation on trade so far from Trump adminstration

  • Feb 16, 2017

Pre-election throne speech hints at tax cut by B.C. government

Pledge of ‘financial relief’ foreshadows changes in Feb. 21 budget

Win over the Wild important to Vees

Nicholas Jones made a crazy dangle to beat Wenatchee Wild goalie Anthony Yamnitsky on a breakaway.

Glengarry skaters get early glimpse of competition

Glengarry Skating Club STARskaters performed routines for one of the biggest competitions.

Lakers win jr. girls South Zone title

The Pen High Lakers junior girls basketball team are South Zone champs.

BC VIEWS: Election budget sets the stage

Battles over youth in care, mental health and addiction will dominate legislature