Mark Brett

Fill a Stocking campaign underway for Toys for Tots to Teens

Stockings are being distrubuted to Penticton businesses

Woman pushed after confronting alleged drug users

Woman approached in “aggressive manner” behind shopping centre.

Thieves target Okanagan Falls wineries

Police suspect two thefts from Okanagan Falls wineries may be related

A second robbery of a Penticton business involving a weapon

Police say a male pulled a knife on a Wal-Mart security guard Monday

Counsellor sees need for treatment centre regulations

An addictions counsellor sees need for regulations

Visiting Vees pound West Kelowna Warriors

The Vees got hat tricks from two players en route to an 11-3 win

Share a Smile Telethon hits the mark

The 38th annual OSNS Child and Youth Development Centre telethon in the books

OSNS #SmileWithOtis making the rounds in Penticton

The 38th annual Shaw Share a Smile Telethon in support of OSNS is Saturday

Penticton treatment centre owner says she plans to raise the bar in care

Michelle Jansen has been an outspoken advocate for the development of rules

New B.C. rehab centre opened in memory of son

Drugs killed her son, and now a Penticton mother hopes to change the system so it doesn’t take anyone else’s

Veterans remembered at two Penticton services

Thousands come out to pay tribute to those who fought and fight for freedom

Santa Rec Run on course for Nov. 25

The sixth annual Santa Rec Run is on course

After life for Coyotes Vissia

A Keremeos man making the grade for Okanagan College basketball squad.

Investigation into Oliver fatal MVI continuing

Investigation into accident which killed an elderly woman ongoing

Vees learning how to be community leaders on and off the ice

Looking into the eyes of addiction on the Downtown Eastside

Sex for blankets and a warm place to stay

SOWINS asking for donations to help keep people in need safe

Donations critical for Cover with Kindness this season

Annual event to provide cold-weather items for those in need

Veterans remembered at graveside ceremony

The No Stone Left Alone ceremonies held at Lakeside Cemetery in Penticton

Penticton schools offer soup support for African orphanages

Fundraising efforts by secondary school students working to building orphanages in Africa

Doi’s latest project a testament to hope and inspiration

Gary Doi’s fifth work is a guidebook and storybook