Robin Grant

RCMP seize over 500 cannabis plants worth $200,000 from Similkameen property

Mature cannabis plants were planted outside and in greenhouses

Fair Vote Canada targets South Okanagan—West Kootenay riding

Fair Vote Canada believes Canadians will be better served by proportional representation

Penticton lacrosse star plays in 2019 World Lacrosse Men’s Indoor World Championship for Slovakia

Nick Kapusty has been part of the Slovakian National Lacrosse Team for four years

Former Penticton resident found dead in Drumheller

Candace Deleeuw was reported missing Sept. 16

PHOTOS: That’s a spicy meatball!

Hundreds come out to Similkameen Sizzle Pepper Festival this weekend

Virtue, Moir stepping away but give fans in Okanagan a chance to see them skate

Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue will be performing on Oct. 6 at the South Okanagan Events Centre

Foundry Penticton makes youth ‘feel like they have a place’

CEO of Community Foundations of Canada toured the new building Tuesday

Festival of all things spicy kicks off in the Similkameen

Organizers say Sizzle keeps getting bigger and bigger

Popular Bird Migration Day open house happening this weekend

Event focuses on bird adaptation to migration, bird conservation issues and threats and bird banding

Similkameen orchardists file lawsuit over ancestral remains site

Lawsuit alleges individuals entered the property by force

Santa and the Okanagan Motorcycle Riders Association brave the rain for 32nd annual Toy Run

The riders gathered up donations for the St. Vincent De Paul Society in Penticton.

Okanagan Great Ogogogo Bathtub Race beats fundraising goal

Total money raised from the race series is $124,500

Penticton senior accused of attempted murder makes brief court appearance

Gunter Volkmar Spoerlein, 77, is back in court on Sept. 25

Arsonist who set South Okanagan RCMP detachment on fire to remain in custody

McArthur-Pereira will remain in custody until review board determines if he should be released

People’s Party candidate in South Okanagan-West Kootenay steps forward

Taylor talks about PPC platforms on economics, immigration and climate change

Police asking for assistance in identifying snowshoe thief

Resident captured suspect on his home surveillance system

Success of Penticton Bike Valet continues in its second year

Penticton and Area Cycling Association parked more than 1,000 bikes in 2019

Former Similkameen archer places fifth in world archery competition

Miranda Sparkes says her goal was to beat her 21st standing at worlds in France in 2017

Show off your best apple pie recipe at the Heritage Fall Fair in Keremeos

Apple pie contest at Heritage Fall Fair takes place Sept. 22

Penticton firefighters helping math students one calculator at a time

Penticton Firefighters’ Charitable Society has donated over 30 calculators to Pen High in six years