Local construction company makes $1.7 million donation to Penticton hospital

Peters Bros. Construction is donating $1.7 million toward a second CT medical imaging unit at PRH


Penticton man wins $377k jackpot in online poker match

Penticton’s Chaudhary Irshad scored the biggest poker win of his life


Bylaw orders Penticton resident to remove ‘scary’ clown mannequin from property

Mannequin on individual’s property deemed ‘offensive matter’ by bylaw officers


Naramata Bench: Beautiful views and fantastic wineries

Naramata is another must-see area of the Okanagan

Penticton: Sometimes you want to practise the bear necessities

It’s not uncommon to encounter bears in the Okanagan

Penticton: This luxury stern-wheeler is a waterfront must-see

The SS Sicamous was a vital transportation link on Lake Okanagan

SOEC cancelling, postponing gatherings until further notice

BC Government urges gatherings of 250 people or more be cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19

Business as usual at SOEC, for now

No cancellations yet at South Okanagan Events Centre (SOEC) due to COVID-19

Penticton to host CSSHL Championships for another three years

BDO CSSHL Championships remain in Penticton for 2021, 2022, 2023

City of Penticton plans to up development cost charges by 40 per cent

The City of Penticton’s DCC rates were last updated in 2007.

Penticton residents advised of controlled burning

Burn permit issued to clear vegetation debris.

Penticton middle school aiming to break spoon playing world record

KVR Middle School is looking to make next year’s Louis Riel Day extra special.

  • Feb 8, 2020

Planned power outages to hit Penticton next month

Nine separate power outages lasting seven hours planned by city.

Penticton convenience store’s application to sell liquor voted down

Proximity to elementary school: “asking for trouble.”

Penticton mayor declares Feb. 9 to 15 “Real Acts of Caring” week

KVR Middle School students presented their case to council Tuesday; council unanimously in favour.

Police search for family after toddler’s headstone discovered in Penticton

The headstone reads the following: “Mary Ann Heath 1993-1995”

City of Penticton names new director of development services

Blake Laven replaces Anthony Haddad as director of development services.

Two-man Penticton traffic enforcement team catch 188 impaired drivers in 2019

96 of those drivers received 90-day suspensions or criminal charges

  • Jan 28, 2020

Proposal for public outdoor rink in downtown Penticton gaining traction

Outdoor rink, funded by the Penticton Vees, would always remain free to use for the public.

Travel down the Okanagan Ale Trail

The best of of brewers, breweries and craft beer in the Valley

  • Sep 18, 2018