Dustin Godfrey

Cold snap tests limits of Penticton’s winter weather shelter

The operator called the timing of the shelter with a cold winter and an influx of homeless a ‘godsend’

South Okanagan front line workers say comments add insult to tragedy

Workers entrenched in addictions want people to see the humans behind the addictions

Man narrowly skips jail in Summerland hit-and-run

Judge Meg Shaw said she wouldn’t have considered the submission if not for efforts to curb liquor use

Summerland man facing 1-3 years for fight with neighbour

Joshua James Doell, facing one count of aggravated assault, is awaiting a judge’s decision

One of Ighani’s trials may move to Kelowna

The matter is complicated by the fact that two complainants and the accused are all in custody

After 30 years on the bench, Okanagan judge hangs up his robe

Sinclair served as Penticton’s only judge from 1988 until he was joined in the early 2010s

Penticton rehab centre slated for March 1 opening

More centres planned for Vernon and Osoyoos, with original centre in Coquitlam to open next week

Rally planned in South Okanagan in solidarity with family of Colten Boushie

Gerard Stanley, who killed the 22-year-old Indigenous man, was acquitted on Friday

Airlifted to Calgary after Golden-area avalanche

Police say the person was seriously injured in the avalanche

B.C. solicitor general pays Okanagan jail a visit

Mike Farnworth said bolstering staffing at the jail, and other jails, is one of his priorities

Wilson guilty for all but the gun under his seat

He was, however, convicted Thursday evening for possession of a firearm found in his pocket

Osoyoos to add 250% to town’s RCMP bill

After hitting the 5,000 mark in population, the town must now pay 70% of total policing bill

Major hurdle cleared for Cannings’ infrastructure bill

Cannings’ bill to push wood infrastructure got oak-ay from commons, headed fir committee study

Wilson firearms trial jury’s hands

Defence questions where firearms came from, while Crown assures jury they came from Cody Wilson

Montgomery trafficking trial moves to Kelowna

Jennifer L. Montgomery was arrested after her house was raided for alleged drug trafficking

B.C. family still seeking answers as meningitis scare diminishes

The parents of Aidan Pratt say they feel left high and dry months after their son died

Okanagan-area ridings mostly ignore local endorsements

Andrew Wilkinson was the top choice in four of seven Okanagan ridings for B.C. Liberal leadership

Video shows rough arrest of man in trial on firearms charges

Cody J. E. Wilson was arrested in Penticton on Oct. 7, 2016 outside the Denny’s parking lot

Jennifer Jones takes home sixth Scotties title for Manitoba

Team Manitoba’s defeat of Team Wild Card, also from Manitoba, wraps the weeklong event in Penticton