Kristi Patton

Climate talk in Penticton focused on how citizens can make an impact

Dr. Rose Murphy, from Simon Fraser University, is a guest of First Things First Okanagan

Penticton’s youth resource centre to host block party

Community invited to tour Foundry and enjoy a variety of free activities

Okanagan breweries part of special collaboration

Kelowna and Penticton breweries joining forces with other B.C. breweries

Penticton Vees score number one ranking across Canada

The Vees will unveil their new third jersey as they play their first BCHL home game of the season

Vehicle engulfed in flames on Highway 97

Jeep was spotted on the side of the road between Penticton and Trout Creek

B.C./Yukon Legion convention in Penticton to focus on taxing issue

Around 300 delegates are expected to be in Penticton

Kidz Bop bring their world tour to Penticton

Kidz Bop will perform some of today's biggest global pop hits at the South Okanagan Events Centre

More trial delays for man charged with Okanagan Correctional Centre assaults

Afshin Ighani is facing several charges related to a string of assaults while behind bars

New RCMP Special Victims Unit in Penticton

Focus of the unit will include investigations where violence against women and children are involved

Historic photo: How the Okanagan River Channel came to be

Dredging in Okanagan River in Penticton started in 1908

Juno award winning artist delivers early Christmas present to Penticton

Chart-topping, multi-platinum artist to perform songs from new album at South Okanagan Events Centre

Vehicle taken by gunpoint in Penticton carjacking recovered

Penticton RCMP said the criminal investigation remains very active and ongoing

21 years: Grand Chief Stewart Philip to continue leading B.C. Indian Chiefs union

Grand Chief Stewart Phillip acclaimed as president of Union of BC Indian Chiefs

Crime, substance abuse, public safety and housing listed as Penticton priorities

Penticton City Council to bring up priority issues at UBCM

Man suing Penticton library for almost $20K has to settle for less

A man was suing the City of Penticton Library for almost $20,000 after his backpack was stolen

Penticton motorists should expect delays in downtown area

Road repaving and bike lane installation work is set to take place

Penticton man with multiple driving infractions loses appeal on ‘harsh’ sentence

Driver has been convicted multiple times, including for criminal negligence causing death

Wanted in Penticton: Outdoors-type, must like search and rescue

Penticton Search and Rescue holding a recruitment drive

Lessons learned in past will help for Penticton community engagement policy

Draft policy on community engagement has been developed and is available for residents to review

Okanagan inmate who allegedly assaulted prisoners and officer gets trial extension

Afshin Maleki Ighani appeared in Penticton Supreme Court on Monday