Jesse Day

Parks Canada not responsible for Mount Kobau blockade

Nearby residents have been vocal about plans to turn the area into a national park

2020 overdose death toll rises to 73 in the Okanagan

Just under half of the deaths occurred in Kelowna

Kiera Bourque’s sentence ‘an embarrassment’: family of deceased Penticton teen

Bourque was sentenced to one year in prison for her role in the 2017 death of Devon Blackmore

Penticton Vees to play in two-month Okanagan Cup tournament

The action commences Friday at 6 p.m. at the SOEC.

‘Perfect storm’ causes influx of black widows in the Okanagan

The region’s only venomous spider has come out in full force this year

South Okanagan film production seeking extras

Change of Pace is set to begin filming in Penticton Sept. 28

Popular Penticton cafe shuts its doors

Saint Germaine Cafe and Gallery served its last latte Sept. 19

WATCH: Meet Bella, Cawston’s talking cat

Bella has achieved international recognition for her speaking skills

Spoon-wielding man draws police presence in Penticton

Police say no one was harmed during the incident

WATCH: Tractors line Main Street in opposition of Naramata Bench development

“We just wanted to send a message… that we don’t like this project,” says farmer

Construction company fined for safety violations at Penticton construction site

Worksafe BC determined workers were exposed to fall risks of up to 42 feet

Strangers unite to help Penticton woman recover after devastating house fire

A house fire in March left Penticton resident, Linda Paksec, with almost nothing

Penticton’s piano playing mystery mascot unveiled

Many questions were sparked on social media about a mysterious, piano playing bear mascot

WATCH: Local band Yarrows rocks Main St. in downtown Penticton

Ambient artist Tahal opened for Yarrows at the band’s debut album launch party

VIDEO: Motorcyclists make Penticton boy’s birthday unforgettable

Carter Verge’s fifth birthday was one he’ll never forget

Keremeos children’s author aims to normalize disabilities with new book

Gus Gets Going tells the story of a boy who uses a wheelchair living life to the fullest

Okanagan College unveils online continuing studies brochure, fall courses

School offering courses in business, health, education, technology, cannabis, wine and food and more

Kelowna chef breaking down cultural barriers one spice at a time

Aman Dosanj is on a mission to make authentic spices more accessible while fighting racism

COLUMN: Penticton mayor thanks those battling wildfire

The Christie Mountain wildfire remains active with minimal growth

Air quality advisory issued for South Okanagan

Many communities are expected to be impacted by smoke from the Christie Mountain wildfire