Steve Kidd

Curling club scores grant for ice-maker revamp

Penticton Curling Club set to receive $107,000 grant

Skaha Park plaque proposal not done

Group hopes to bring proposal back to Penticton city council in December

High cost to setting up a retail cannabis store

Penticton setting annual licence fee at $5,000

Council concerned about blocking cannabis retail from Main Street

Cannabis policy expected to be ready for Penticton city council on Dec. 4

Penticton neighbourhood is fed up and wants urban deer solution

Urban deer discussion back on city council agenda

South Okanagan Similkameen leading in referendum ballot returns

Pro Rep group offering Nov. 22 information session

Passenger dead, driver taken to hospital in Marron Valley Road accident

Accident occurred on a back road between Green Mountain Road and Highway 3

Toys for Tots brings Christmas for everyone

Penticton Secondary hosting this year’s toy drive

Penticton royalty holds winter carnival

Penticton royalty hosting Children’s Winter Carnival

Vandals hit plaques on KVR Trail

Commemorative plaques smashed on McCulloch Trestle bridge

Prepare for downtown road closures next week

Road closures set for Front Street and Backstreet Boulevard in Penticton

New Penticton mayor isn’t concerned about criticism

John Vassilaki says all the councillors bring experience

Summerland wineries turn on the lights

Bottleneck Drive offers 8th annual Light up the Vines

Review: Okanagan Symphony dazzles with Verdi’s Requiem

Remembrance offering was months in the making

Two seasons of Stranger Things, in an hour

Charlie Ross brings his One-Man Stranger Things and One-Man Lord of the Rings to Penticton

Penticton remembers

Penticton celebrates Remembrance Day, marking a century since the end of the First World War

3 games, 3 wins for the Vees

Penticton wins 4-3 over Smoke Eaters

Looking at the future of Penticton’s economy

There’s no doubt in Anthony Haddad’s voice as he talks about positive…

Penticton veterans’ stories featured in book

Dave Snyder has spent more than a decade gathering the stories from veterans

Penticton businesses get a look at what is to come in the future

Business community responds positively to FutureBiz conference