Steve Kidd

Review: Okanagan Symphony dazzles with Verdi’s Requiem

Remembrance offering was months in the making

Two seasons of Stranger Things, in an hour

Charlie Ross brings his One-Man Stranger Things and One-Man Lord of the Rings to Penticton

Penticton has a lama in residence

Tibetan Buddhist monk to teach in Penticton

Cops looking for man who exposed himself to child

Incident happened near Parkway Elementary in Penticton

B.C. apples shine in Toronto

B.C. growers win at National Apple Competition

Nitty Gritty still loves performing live

Fifty years hasn’t slowed down Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

Storyhive looking to fund Indigenous filmmakers

Storyhive calls for creators to apply for first-ever Indigenous Storyteller Edition

Improving relations between farmers and wildlife

OSCA offers Managing for Wildlife on the Farm workshop

Tempest Theatre offers four nights of dark comedy

Penticton’s new black box theatre offers preview with Terrible Temptations

Zombies and pugs celebrate Halloween

Who says Halloween is for kids?Ella

Vees let two-goal lead slip

Penticton loses 5-3 to West Kelowna

Tiny Home builder comes to Penticton

New Penticton business focuses on the little things

Adventure park in early planning stages for Penticton Indian Band

Penticton Indian Band working on major development deal

Penticton’s mayor-elect already under scrutiny

When does a handshake become campaigning?

Naramata honours Syilx culture

New community sign recognizes traditional name for area

Video: Future brightens for Walla Artisan Bakery in Penticton

Protege learning the bread-making craft from master baker Benjamin Manea

Legal pot shops in the South Okanagan still months in the future

Penticton still working on retail cannabis regulations

South Okanagan emergency department closing overnight

Limited physician availability temporarily closes emergency at South Okanagan General Hospital

Celebrate our salmon open house in Oliver

Interpreters share the story of the sockeye salmons’ 6,000-kilometre journey to the ocean and back

Artist blacklisted from Burma exhibits in Penticton

Greg Constantine’s photographs tell the story of the slow genocide of the Rohingya people of Myanmar