Steve Kidd

Summerland native leads bobsled teams to silver and bronze

Kripps makes podium twice in Konigssee

Nine-year-old Penticton boy faces return of lung tumours

After a year free of cancer, Wills is back at B.C. Children's Hospital

SOS Medical Foundation’s Tree of Dreams fundraiser aims for the hip

The Tree of Dreams campaign is aiming to purchase four pieces of much-needed equipment for PRH

Local tech company growing in B.C. and Alberta

Big Bear Software wins large Alberta Healthtech Software Contract

Four more years in South Okanagan-West Kootenay for NDP and Richard Cannings

Supporters and candidates eager for results of federal election

Cannings endorsed by David Suzuki

South Okanagan-West Kootenay NDP candidate loading up on endorsements

Wine experts featured at Okanagan College Penticton

Speaker series brings wine discussions back to Penticton campus

Fall drawdown at Osoyoos Lake starts

Lakeside residents can expect to see water levels drop six inches over the next week

Update: ‘Flames shooting everywhere’ as Okanagan Falls business burns

Fire crews from both Okanagan Falls and Kaleden fire departments were called to an early morning fire

Penticton firefighters called to donation bin rescue

Man trapped in donation bin on Skaha Lake Road.

Penticton Indian Band councillor trying for federal seat

Joan Phillip acclaimed as NDP candidate for Central Okanagan-Similkameen-Nicola

Student of the month takes on new experiences

Kevin Styba-Nelson is the Rotary Student of the Month for May

City mourns passing of philanthropist

David E. Kampe was surrounded by his loved ones

South Okanagan sneaks into Wikileaks

Penticton a sour note in 1978 Trudeau tour

Floods, fires and park controversy played a part of Penticton’s planning

New Official Community Plan projects less than one per cent growth

Minimal rate increases for Penticton utilities

Preliminary results of study says utility reserves are healthy

Penticton mayor speaks out after shootings

Vassilaki reassures troubled city

Schools, community centres wait behind closed doors during Penticton shootings

Safety procedures functioned smoothly during fatal shooting

B.C. premier wants to move quickly on national park

John Horgan support's 'community's drive to have a national park.'