Steve Kidd

UPDATE: Power restored to FortisBC customers

Customers restored to West Bench, Sage Mesa and Summerland customers

Brakemen pulling out all the stops for 2018

Kettle Valley Brakemen planning some surprises

DRAWL searches for Okanagan Valley accent

UBC study wants to hear from Okanagan residents

South Okanagan winery planning hotel expansion

Vineyard hotel would add new dimension to Penticton tourist accommodations

Listen Up to Katie Jensen

Community radio brings renowned podcaster to Penticton

Columbia Park ball field getting a makeover

Ball field getting improvements for 2018 season

School district selling Penticton property

A strip of land next to Queen’s Park Elementary is being sold to a neighbour

SOPAC gathers for annual general meeting

Group continues work to create a performing arts centre

Minor fire draws a crowd

Penticton firefighters made short work of a small vehicle fire in Penticton…

Celebrating diversity in the South Okanagan

Festival celebrates the world of cultures in the South Okanagan

City lays out five-year plan

Penticton starting on new economic development strategy

Penticton up for provincial business award

City last won the Open for Business Award in 2013

Summerland development incorporates nature

Developer preserving more than half his property from building

Penticton events drawing younger crowds

Younger entrepreneurs and business people making their presence felt

Every band a headliner at Penticton jazz festival

Pentastic Hot Jazz Fest back for 22nd year

Warming up Penticton with a taste of Mardi Gras

Tiny Islands keeps young audience on thier feet

Storyteller brings poetry to seniors

Penticton man tells the tale of Robert Service and his poems

Community member hosts discussions on hot button issues

Jason Cox isn’t saying whether he’s thinking of another run at Penticton…

Curling competition gaining momentum

Team B.C. scores first win at Tournament of Hearts

Vees hold on to top spot

Victory over Cowichan is Vees ninth win in last 10 games