Steve Kidd

Utility Rate Review ready to get back on track

Review of Penticton’s utility charges interrupted by floods and fires

City council approves $4.7 million in 2019 spending

Penticton budget talks won’t start before January

Homes for the Homeless ornaments return

Annual Penticton fundraiser lends a helping hand through the holidays

Souperbowl trophy awarded for 2018

Culinary instructor beats out two former students to win title

Three Vees named to Team Canada West

Team Canada West roster named for WJAC

City of Penticton adds to land holdings

Council approves purchase of former bus depot

Chanukah at the Cannery tonight

Celebration honours local baker

Cannabis policy gets council endorsement

Public will have chance for input on Dec. 18

Toys for Tots to Teens set to warm hearts

Annual toy drive takes place Dec. 6 at Penticton Secondary

Hit and run accident leaves woman with minor injuries

Penticton RCMP want to hear from witnesses and the woman who was struck

Country singer brings sports and music together for fundraiser

Local charities to benefit from Gord Bamford’s Pics & Sticks charity event

Ringing in the holiday season

Oliver Handbell Ringers playing at a new venue for 2018

Celebrating the season in Downtown Penticton

Guess who’s back in town?

Vees sweep home and home series against Smoke Eaters

Saturday night win follows Friday win in Trail

Lessons learned from Penticton election

2018 civic election went well, but improvements could be made

Penticton boy helping launch B.C. Children’s Hospital Christmas fundraiser

Okanagan cancer survivor stars in Whitecaps/BC Children’s Hospital promo

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