Sawyer Klassen

Penticton lacrosse players net B.C. Games nod

A trio of athletes will be looking to return to the podium at the B.C. Summer Games in Abbotsford this summer.

Former women’s hockey national team member to coach at OHA

Delaney Collins will serve as an assistant coach for both the female prep team and the newly-formed female varsity team.

Penticton Vees run for title starts now

Penticton Vees spring camp takes place this week as the team gears up for next season.

Penticton students medal at Skills BC

Okanagan College had a very successful Skills B.C. competition and Penticton played a large role in it’s success.

Milestone significant for Pentictonite

Graham Millar hits 200 regular season games in the Western Hockey League

City station will be line of defence against invasive species

Penticton will be the location of one of eight new mussel inspection stations including some along the Alberta and U.S. borders.

Pistoleras ready to roll into first derby

On Saturday, the Penticton Pistoleras will be hosting it’s first of three roller derby bouts this year.

Okanagan Nighthawks hockey team skate to silver medal

The Okanagan Nighthawks claimed silver on home ice at the Icebreaker Tournament over the Easter long weekend.

Competition elevating for multi-sport event

On Saturday, over 100 athletes will be taking part in the Penticton Ramada Elevator Race, which sees its course rise over 6,000 feet.

Penticton Pinnacles hit the pitch for tournament

The soccer pitches at King’s Park will be buzzing this weekend as the Penticton Pinnacles first matches of the year take place.

Residents asked to share their childhood stories with museum

The Penticton Museum is putting together an exhibit about Penticton.

World-class dancers hit the SOEC stage for Dangerous Games

The esteemed production Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games will be making a stop at the South Okanagan Events Centre.

Uncle Wiggly turns up the heat in Penticton

The Dream Café in Penticton will be hosting B.C.’s representatives at the 2015 Memphis Blues Challenge on Friday and Saturday.

Steampunk dance party and art exhibit opening in Penticton

For the second and final time, the Penticton Art Gallery will be holding an exhibition opening and steampunk-themed dance party.

Healthy Living Fair puts finger on the pulses

This year, the Okanagan-Similkameen Healthy Living Fair will have a focus on diet.

South Okanagan kids break the ice with Similkameen Wild

Over 20 youth took part in the first Kids Gone Wild ice fishing derby, which was hosted and organized by the Similkameen Wild Society.

Successful season for Apex Ski Club

The club had current skiers and alumni participating at the Junior Nationals and Senior Nationals.

Great Big Show heading to Cleland

Characters from beloved kids cartoons including the Backyardigans and Franklin and Friends are coming to the Cleland Theatre.

Brewski brings brews to Apex

Skiers won’t be the only ones showing off what they can do at Apex Ski Resort on Feb. 13.

Okanagan-Similkameen school district balances deficit with surplus fund

The 2015-16 budget for the Okanagan-Similkameen School District has a lot of red in it.