Mark Brett

Video: Okanagan Fest of Ale Society doles out $60,000

The society has given out over $60,000 to Penticton and area not-for-profits since 1996

Video: Digging in for burrowing owls in the Okanagan/Nicola Valley

Wildlife organizations working together with the public to help build and repair burrowing owl dens

Gateway’s Penticton injuction denied by Supreme Court justice

The Supreme Court turned down a Gateway Casino injunction application relating to picket line action

Live children’s theatre back in Penticton and Summerland starting in October

The popular Children’s Showcase live theatre series returns for its 35th season

Foot stompin fun at the Cat Scootin’ Boogie

Upcoming fundraiser for the AlleyCATS Alliance at Tug’s Tap House

Volunteers who give a hoot wanted for burrowing owl work party

A few more volunteers are needed to staff the burrowing owl work party Friday

Minister visits Penticton Indian Band to announce training partnership

B.C. Advanced Education, Skills and Training Minister Melanie Mark was in Penticton Thursday.

Oliver hosting grape-stomping good time

The annual Festival of the Grape is promising to be bigger and more fun than ever

South Okanagan neighbourhood surprised by emergency response team activity

RCMP officers were conducting emergency response training

B.C. MP Cannings spared brunt of Ottawa tornadoes

MP Richard Cannings was spared the impact of the tornadoes that hit the Ottawa region

Video: Penticton drive-thru breakfast over the top for United Way

Best year ever for Lakeside Drive-Thru Breakfast in support of the United Way

Indigenous youth program offered in the Okanagan is in jeopardy

If government funding does not come through an Indigenous youth program may be cancelled

Key to the SOEC winner announced

Tim Frayne was the winner of the Key to the SOEC for the next year’s ticketed shows

Marshall withdraws from Conservative candidacy race for South Okanagan West Kootenay

One of two declared candidates vying to represent the federal Conservatives for…

Police call B.C. pharmacy’s use of panic button ‘unnecessary’

Pharmacist should have used 911 or non-emergency numbers when pharmacist felt they needed to push.

Gold medal a season “highlight” for Penticton’s Connor Moore

Penticton Pinnacles youth members help Thompson Okanagan zone to gold medal

Taste of freedom for owls released in Oliver

Three owls poisoned released back into the wild at Oliver winery

Regional crime stats from RCMP perspective

Penticton RCMP Supt. Ted De Jager comments on the Crime Severity Index figures

Penticton city crime stats up slightly

Penticton’s mayor believes the city is safer than stats indicate

RDOS: Evacuation order amended, residents north of Summerland can return home

Properties in the Summerland region still on evacuation alert