Steve Kidd

City of Penticton going all in on city manager job search

City working hard to attract candidates for CAO position

Penticton family giving back to BC Children’s Hospital Foundation

The mother of a young Penticton cancer fighter wants to support the people that helped the family

Penticton adding heritage conservation areas to OCP

Residents of Windsor Avenue and the K Streets invited to consider heritage designation

Business case for new Penticton arena being updated

New twin-sheet arena still years away

Hang glider pilot rescued from Pincushion Mountain

Pilot was able to help guide rescue crews to her location

Conservative MP touring Okanagan to bolster support

Wine and politics with MP Michelle Rempel

Acoustic blues to fill the Dream Café

Jack Semple bringing his solo show to Penticton

Vees end Nanaimo’s streak with 4-1 win at home

Vees now ranked no. 1 in the Interior Division

Cannabis stores allowed in downtown Penticton

City council removes ban on stores in city core

Penticton looking for new city manager

Peter Weeber leaving for private sector

Pedestrian escapes with minor injuries after crosswalk collision

Penticton RCMP investigate after pedestrian struck at intersectio

South Okanagan students go to work at B.C. Youth Parliament

Participants return from 90th B.C. Youth Parliament

Critically endangered language being brought back to life

Syilx Language House nears end of first four-year program

Property assessments continue to increase in the South Okanagan

Owners of more than 208,000 properties in the Okanagan can expect their 2019 assessment notices

Start the new year with a full tank

Gas prices dropping to $1/litre range in Penticton

Looking back: a South Okanagan family’s year-long journey

Community support plays role in recovery

The year changes, but the problems remain

City of Penticton continuing focus on attracting jobs, homelessness and safety in 2019

Fast-food restaurant being closed tops list of worst 911 calls

Nuisance and abandoned 911 calls waste police resources

Penticton no longer the ‘Peach city’

Fruit growing declining as economic driver

Helping Hands — Silver Eagles at Christmas

The Silver Eagles Were doing their Christmas rounds in Penticton earlier this month