Steve Kidd

More winery lounges planned for Penticton

Two winery lounge proposals are headed to the Liquor Control and Licencing Board after being endorsed by Penticton city council

Penticton okays free parking for cruisers

The Peach City Beach Cruise wants to ensure participants leave Penticton with a positive impression

Six artists chosen for sculpture exhibition

Penticton’s Public Sculpture Exhibition begins in May

Vimy: a nation being born

Penticton museum exhibit on the 100th anniversary of First World War

Family speaks out on Robotti verdict

A jury found Grace Robotti guilty of the second degree murder of Roxanne Louie

Kindness meter in operation

After being approved just the week before by city council, the kindness meter was unveiled on March 30

People’s Soda earns Dragons’ seal of approval

Penticton entrepreneur Jason Cox entered the Dragons’ Den armed only with his craft soda

Marijuana dispensary closing

Was this Jukka Laurio’s final appearance before council?

School board hears from students

The Okanagan Skaha school board is going to hear what students think of a new gender identity policy

Pathways distributing life-saving Naloxone kits

Penticton’s Pathways Addiction Resource Centre is now a Naloxone Training and Distribution Centre

Hospital tower to be named for local philanthropist

Penticton Regional Hospital’s new patient care tower will be named for David Kampe.

Penticton Press consolidated with Vernon

Penticton Press and Bindery (Webco) is being consolidated with its sister plant in Vernon.

Record year for agriculture sales and profits.

Minister Norm Letnick says he can prove B.C.'s agriculture industry is setting records.

Updated: BCFGA president calls for deer cull

Urban deer are literally eating into the profits of fruit growers, and they are asking governments to do something about it.

Update: Concrete truck tips at Penticton construction site

A concrete truck tipped over in the construction zone at the Penticton Regional Hospital on Thursday.

Penticton rally for proportional representation

A Penticton man is hoping to send a message to Ottawa that voters are interested in reforming our voting system with a rally tonight

Feds step up dealing with opiate crisis

Under new legislation, it is going to be easier for communities to set up safe drug consumption sites.

‘Serious pest’ starting to invade the Okanagan Valley

Along with freshwater mussels, knapweed and others, there’s a new invasive species starting to make its way into the Okanagan