Mark Brett

Penticton Tigers runners up at provincials

The Penticton Tigers capped off a stellar season with a silver medal at the BC's

Marshall withdraws from Conservative candidacy race for South Okanagan West Kootenay

One of two declared candidates vying to represent the federal Conservatives for South Okanagan-West Kootenay has reportedly withdrawn his application.

Peach City Peach Festival heading into final day

The 71st annual Penticton Peach Festival final day Sunday is for all for the kids (of all ages).

Penticton Pikes make a splash at regionals

Ten swimmers earn berths at the provincial summer swimming championships

Police say use of panic button unnecessary at Penticton pharmacy

Pharmacist should have used 911 or non-emergency numbers

Okanagan athlete smashes Ultra520K endurance triathlon record

Penticton athlete was front-runner on each day of three-day competition

Dancing to a different beat

The Nankama Drum and Dance troupe held a community drum circle Saturday

Two sides in Penticton Indian Band dispute back in court Wednesday

Protesters and the Penticton Indian Band administration headed back to court

Tigers get lessons from former pro baseball player

Penticton Tigers U15 AA baseball team is competing at the provincial tournament in Richmond

Tensions mounting at Penticton Indian Band office occupation

The Penticton Indian Band has filed for an injunction targeting protesters

Newly-formed Penticton group to help the more vulnerable

RCMP superintendent believes a larger social component is needed on the streets

Gold medal a season “highlight” for Penticton’s Connor Moore

Penticton Pinnacles youth members help Thompson Okanagan zone to gold medal

Taste of freedom for owls released in Oliver

Three owls poisoned released back into the wild at Oliver winery

Regional crime stats from RCMP perspective

Penticton RCMP Supt. Ted De Jager comments on the Crime Severity Index figures

Penticton city crime stats up slightly

Penticton's mayor believes the city is safer than stats indicate

Proactive crime reduction group praised by RCMP

The local RCMP detachment is pleased with the announced grant of $50,000 to the City of Penticton in support of the creation of the Community Active Support Table (CAST).

Dragonfly helping families reach new heights

Local organization focusses on wellness for the entire family

RDOS fire update: emergency social services moved

Centre moved to Penticton Memorial Arena for Saturday and Sunday

RDOS: Evacuation order amended, residents north of Summerland can return home

Properties in the Summerland region still on evacuation alert

Support for striking BCGEU brothers and sisters

The BC labour movement staged a show of support Saturday for striking BCGEU members