Mark Brett

Fill the Boot to the tune of $4,000

Members of the Penticton fire fighters local raised over $4,000 for MD

Penticton man arrested now facing weapons-related charges

A man was arrested on weapons charges involving a possible firearm

Firefighter trying to help woman witnesses her fall

The firefighter who saw a woman fall undergoes critical incident stress debriefing.

Penticton Cram the Cruiser rakes in a ton of food

Well over a ton of food was donated at this year’s second…

Police pursuit leads to multiple charges

Three people were arrested and two charged in connection with a police pursuit.

Stompers unite in Oliver

Plenty of fun at the annual Festival of the Grape in Oliver.

Thousands attend the annual Festival of the Grape in Oliver

Plenty of fun and good times at the Festival of the Grape once again.

Woman believed to have suffered serious injuries after fall

A woman fell about 20 feet into a laneway on the Real Canadian Superstore property Sunday.

Watery fun for Huck Finn racers in Penticton

Cubs and Scouts from Penticton and Summerland took part in the annual Huck Finn raft race.

More needles found in downtown Penticton

Penticton Fire Department responds to report of needles found

Advocate speaks out on drunken care aide incident in Penticton

Isobel Mackenzie believes changes are needed to care aide registry.

Naramata resident shell-shocked

Resident finds mortar round found while trimming hedge

Drunk senior’s care aid arrested in Penticton

Belligerent care aide worker was arrested early Tuesday morning in Penticton

Freak’n Farmer all about fun

Sixth annual adventure race in Oliver all about bringing people back to the farm

Penticton Arts Rising Festival in full swing

Penticton Community Arts Council event features art in all its diverse forms

Down and dirty at the Freak’n Farmer

The annual Freakā€™n Farmer extreme fun obstacle event and fun day

Changing of the guard at Penticton Alzheimer Society office

New support and education co-ordinator taking over

Taking the plunge to clean up the channel

Scuba divers and other volunteers will be working to cleanup the Okanagan River Channel

New telescope to map largest universe volume in history

New radio telescope unveiled at White Lake observatory will see back over 11 billion years.

Food drive will make significant impact

Food donations for those who need it most