Robin Grant

17 ‘super sweet’ kittens at Critteraid need love from volunteers

Those interested can fill out an application on Critteraid website

Survivorship Dragon Boat Team takes home Dale Charles Memorial cup Sunday

Aim of Sunday’s race was to raise awareness about breast cancer

FOODIE FRIDAY: New Thai food restaurant serving up happiness

Happiness Thai Restaurant opened Aug. 22 on at 535 Main St.

Update: Olalla Creek wildfire estimated at six hectares

Wildfire is two hectares and still classified as out of control

Penticton woman continues quest against preventable medical errors

Teri McGrath is hoping the provincial government in B.C. will act

Voting opens for 2019 Business Excellence Awards Community Impact nominees

Award recognizes a business or organization that enhances the quality of life in the community

Over $330,000 in grants to be awarded to South Okanagan-Similkameen charities

2020 granting cycle began Aug. 23 and runs until Oct. 18

KidSport Week kicking off next Saturday in Penticton

Provincewide event from Sept. 7 to 13 promotes importance of sports for youth

Two-vehicle collision at Camrose Street and Warren Avenue

Traffic re-opened heading west on Warren Avenue

Learn how a radio telescope in the South Okanagan may unlock mysteries of space

Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory to hold open house on Sept. 7

Similkameen mountain goats being tracked to avoid potential human-wildlife conflict

10 mountain goats have been collared and monitored using GPS collars since June

Kelowna man dies after cliff jumping near Penticton

BC Coroners Service is investigating the Aug. 30 incident

Penticton figure skating club wraps up successful summer season

Registration is now open for several Glengarry Skating Club fall skating programs

Penticton filmmaker receives $50,000 to make his Skaha Bluffs doc about mountain climbing photographers

Dave Mai can finally pursue his dream of making film, Higher Perspective

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says affordable housing high priority during stop in Penticton

Singh said his government would make sure Canadains paid less for housing

Mid-August to mid-September is rattlesnake birthing season in the Okanagan

‘Misunderstood’ rattlesnakes will only strike and bite as last resort, says expert

Sip & support the SPCA returns to Township 7 Vineyards and Winery

Annual fundraiser in Naramata raises money for the BC SPCA

Naramata Centre receives social enterprise funding and mentorship from United Way

BrainTrust Canada, IndigenEYEZ and Operation Take Two also received social enterprise fund