Steve Kidd

Penticton ANAVETS members want information on club closure

Club members haven’t been told when, or if, their club will reopen

Seraphim brings ancient music to life

Yuletide concert features Christmas music through the ages

Someone dreaming of a bicycle for Christmas?

From toddlers to youth, PDSCL has something for everyone.

Team Canada loses 5-2 over the Czech Republic at World Junior A Challenge

Vees’ Tychonick drops in one of Team Canada West’s pair of goals

AlleyCats ally with Penticton artist

Artist Terry Isaac gave up some space in his shop at Cherry Lane to help out the AlleyCats Alliance

More info needed by Penticton council on cannabis legalization

Penticton Mayor Andrew Jakubeit said more information should come in the spring

B.C. wine industry fights for interprovincial trade in Supreme Court

Gerard Comeau likely never thought he would end up in the Supreme…

Stakes are high for the wine industry

Supreme court hears arguments for limiting interprovincial trade in wine and other spirits

Penticton’s little houses with big returns

Christmas ornaments in the shape of houses are helping fund homeless shelter

Penticton Youth Centre fundraising campaign begins

Community Foundation asking Penticton to come together to support youth centre concept

Passing up paid parking on lakeshore

Plans to bring paid parking to Penticton’s famous Lakeshore Drive are being dropped

Penticton tower deal on the chopping block

After eight years with little progress, a tower complex deal in downtown Penticton may be cancelled

Dealership fundraiser boost Poppy Campaign

Parkers’ Chrysler raises $2,500 for Legion fundraiser

One-Man Star Wars Trilogy coming to Penticton

One-man Star Wars might be right up the nerd alley, but creator explains it’s really for everyone

Vees up winning streak to 10 games

Back-to-back wins over Nanaimo and Port Alberni push Vees winning streak into double digits

David Mattes joining Town of Oliver council

Mattes elected to Oliver town council in byelection

Travel Penticton budget plan laid out for council

One of the biggest challenges in 2017 was the flooding and smoke from fires

Costs rising on SOEC campus

SOEC complex losses expected to increase.

Patio Burger Ice Cream Co. expanding with second location

New location will operate year-round in Penticton’s industrial area.

Puff, puff, past the accident, gets arrested in Penticton

Penticton RCMP arrest pot smoking pedestrian while attending collision