Penticton today: Vees win, police ask for public’s help and more news to start your day

News from here, there and everywhere to start your day.

Good morning, Penticton.

It is looking like a mix of sun and cloud today with a high of 14C. A 30 per cent chance of rain tomorrow.

The Penticton Vees continue their winning ways at home beating the Coquitlam Express last night 5-2. Congratulations to Vees coach Fred Harbinson who earned his 400th career win with the Vees. Read more: Vees top injured Express for fourth straight win

The Penticton RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance after a number of break in’s to businesses. Read more: Rash of break and enters in Penticton

Through Penticton’s Patricia Tribe’s Story Time From Space program the former director of education at Houston’s NASA Johnson Space Centre currently has a large payload of education material circling the globe. She will be one of the presenters at TEDx Penticton on Nov. 25. Read more: Penticton TEDx speaker out of this world

David Black, the chairman and majority owner of Black Press Group Ltd, the parent owner of the Penticton Western News, has been an active proponent in recent years of building a refinery in northwest B.C. to deal with crude oil rather than loading it on tankers. Check out what he has to say.

In case you missed it yesterday: A Penticton couple shared the harrowing details of falling through what Interior Health called “coverage issues” when there was no paediatricians at the hospital that day and having just gone into labour. Read more: Doctor tells expectant parents ‘bad day to have a baby in Penticton’

We are working on a bunch of stories today including Remembrance Day ceremonies at two Penticton schools, City of Penticton Parks and Rec and we will have a couple stories about local veterans along with other breaking news of the day.