Percy Hébert

Dream evening with Front Porch – Up on Cripple Creek

ront Porch - Up on Cripple Creek performed to a sold out crowd at the Dream Café in Penticton on July 9.

All jazzed up in Penticton

Thursday Night Jazz Band played to an appreciative crowd at the Penticton Seniors Drop-In Centre last Thursday evening.

COLUMN: Trial and error make a great father

Penticton Western News editor Percy Hébert talks Father's Day and the feats of his own dad.

Penticton high school rugby back on the pitch

Pen High boys tie Mt. Boucherie and girls rugby defeats Salmon Arm.

Roaring rhythms in Penticton

Terry Gillespie and Lyndell Montgomery at the Dream Café in Penticton.

Symphony and Syllables in Penticton

Shane Koyczan teams up with the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra in Penticton.

Lupton awarded for building relationships through arts

Elizabeth Lupton is this year’s winner of the Arts Educator Award presented by the Penticton & District Community Arts Council.

Prairie boy Barber preparing for return to Penticton

Musician Del Barber appearing Saturday at the Dream Cafe, his third visit to the venue

Enbridge boss brings pipeline pitch to Penticton

Company behind proposed Northern Gateway project expecting ruling from National Energy Board within a month

Folk icons in the South Okanagan

Valdy and Gary Fjellgaard shared stories and music in Summerland last weekend.

Okanagan Symphony Orchestra lights up Cleland Theatre

The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra put on a wonderful performance at the Cleland Theatre, Oct. 19.

Sesquicentennial balladeer

Pentictonite Wiz Bryant took to the stage at the Cleland Theatre Monday evening.

Celtic Thunder captures fans from start to finish

Monday night, Celtic Thunder gave the full house at the South Okanagan Events Centre everything they expected, and then some.

Private racetrack pitched for South Okanagan

Membership dues expected to start at $30,000 for car enthusiasts needing a place to test their high-end rides