Dale Boyd

Man calls for judge’s arrest, gets trial date

A man accused of smuggling guns across the Osoyoos border called for the arrest of a Penticton judge

Man arrested for parking garage break-ins

Penticton RCMP Targeted Enforcement Unit arrest man allegedly stealing from underground garage.

First-ever bong display at Canadian public art gallery

Penticton may be making history with what appears to be the first cannabis glassware display at a public gallery.

Penticton high school assault nets probation

A 15-year-old high school student in Penticton was sentenced to probation for an assault on campus.

Oliver man given re-trial on sex assault charges

An Oliver man is getting a new trial after a B.C. Court of Appeal decision earlier this month.

Syrian refugees sharing culture through food

In 2011 Oubyda Al-Hamwi was taking fire in his home in Homs, Syria. Now he’s looking to the future.

Penticton actor talks role in Riverdale

Reading Archie comics as a kid, there's no way Cody Kearnsley could know he would be taking on one of the characters.

Rosy campaign combats bullying

Two Penticton Secondary students are bringing back their favourite anti-bullying campaign with roses.

Man facing jail time for attacking pizza driver

Penticton man facing possible jail time for attack on pizza driver.

Lakeside tops off construction

A ceremony was held to celebrate the topping off of the Penticton Lakeside Resort expansion Feb. 17.

Cannabis exhibit at art gallery sure to spark interest

The Penticton Art Gallery is exploring the art of cannabis with its upcoming exhibition Grassland.

Meet the Band: The Screen Doors

A new series from the Western News takes a look at local bands, with Maiya Robbie of The Screen Doors playing a song.

Drum donation gathers little music learners

The fundraising efforts of local parents have brought gathering drums to a Penticton music class.

Fresh eats hit streets with Restaurant Week

Some Penticton restaurants are bringing out brand new dishes for the first-ever Restaurant Week.

Artist’s first solo show in council chambers

Barb Hillier, a local artist, is holding her first solo art show in a prominent Penticton spot.

Gun found in vehicle at Osoyoos border

A U.S. woman lied about having a handgun in her vehicle at the Osoyoos border.

Delay in arson sentencing

The judge, Crown, defence and the offender all expressed concerns after another delay in sentencing for an arson.

Boyd: The alternative facts on the travel ban

I’m calling for a ban on all white, American Christians from travelling or immigrating to Canada.

Hillside Outlaws keeping musical resolution

While many have already wavered on their New Year's resolution, Louis Bigras is having a better year than he expected.

Photos: Cathy Jones shirks hard work at the Cleland

Cathy Jones of This Hour Has 22 Minutes fame brought her one-woman show to the Cleland Theatre on Feb. 1.