Steve Kidd

Elvis lives again in Penticton

Elvis Festival back this weekend for 17th year

Fathers’ Day in the sun

Discovery House event draws a crowd to Penticton’s Skaha Lake Park

Former Penticton Vee recovering in hospital

Pittsburgh Penguin prospect expected to make full recovery

Penticton Art Gallery explores racism

International call for artists to contribute

Jehovah’s Witnesses filling events centre

Convention expected to bring over 3,000 to Penticton

Penticton manufacturer sold to Kelowna corporation

Slimline joins Decisive Dividend group of companies

Floods create ideal breeding grounds for mosquitoes

After the floods, pestilence

New technology improves patient safety

Interior Health hospitals strengthen patient medication histories

Reconciliation is a journey

One-act play touches on many aspects on Indigenous experience

Study looking at declining mule deer population

Southern Interior mule deer project tracking deer movement and health

Talking music at Penticton’s Dream Café

Listen Up! to Holger Petersen

TRUE explores Penticton tourism offerings

Event showcases local experiences for tourism week

Yellowstone to Yukon and beyond

Meadowlark keynote speaker has some big ideas

Evacuation alerts expanded in Similkameen

Unexpected rise in river prompts new alerts

Water woes in South Okanagan and Similkameen

Communities dealing with emergency situations

Schoolmates welcome home Penticton boy fighting cancer

Big welcome for seven-year-old battling cancer at Holy Cross School

Listen Up to The Pack A.D.

CFUZ radio bring garage punk duo to Penticton and more.

Just a buoy looking to find his way home

Where to now Jack?