Steve Kidd

Fintry Queen still looking for a home

Fintry Queen owner wants the tourist vessel in the Penticton Parks and Rec master plan discussions

PenTalkton aims to start conversations

What ideas should shape the future of Penticton?

McIvor left a legacy of community building

Former Penticton librarian, city councillor and school trustee dies at home.

Back-to-back wins for the Vees this weekend

Penticton Vees take down Capitals 10-1

Reducing the risk of wildfire in Kaleden

Kaleden community organizing forum to plan for future wildfires

Choral Extravaganza brings valley choirs together

Sunday concert features six choirs singing together

Penticton growth reflected in 2018 budget

Penticton's economy expected to continue growing through 2018

Penticton RONA snags national award

The local RONA outlet has been named the top Contractor Specialist in the country

Skaha Bluffs extension gets elector approval

Penticton land annexation moving on

Mayor said “bad apples” taking advantage of social housing

Penticton RCMP say no one was hurt when shots were fired last week at a social housing complex

Penticton releases draft of 2018 budget

Community encouraged to review the budget before discussions start next week

Workshops offer start for birders

More workshops planned for late 2017 and spring 2018

RCMP seeking witness to shooting incident

Penticton RCMP say no one was hurt when shots were fired Monday at a social housing complex

Schools taking preventative measures in opioid crisis

School districts around the province are proactively acquiring naloxone kits as part of their emergency preparedness.

Penticton paying out additional $52,000

City council agrees with Wine Info Centre request for compensation.

YES Project finds Penticton youth centre a home

YES Project purchases downtown Penticton space

Library closed due to electrical equipment failure

Closure to continue until at least Thursday

Developer seeking a second three-year extension

Tower project planned in 2009

Watchdog said unsustainable rise in municipal costs

Will continue to cause huge increases in taxes fees if left unaddressed

B.C. wine industry rallying for a fight

B.C. wineries are pressing hard to see legal barriers against interprovincial shipping of wine and liquor across Canada changed.