Jordyn Thomson

Penticton Vees alumni Massimo Rizzo gets picked up by Carolina Hurricanes

Rizzo captained the Penticton Vees during the 2018-19 season, was drafted 216th overall

Penticton family honours loved one with acts of kindness, free coffee

The family of Kathy Castle want to ensure she is remembered by the community

Beloved South Okanagan baker dies

Beloved baker Ben Manea died suddenly on June 15, bakery to operate for one final week

Update: Video of the bush fire at Forbidden Fruit Winery in Similkameen Valley

The fire started at approximately 12:30 p.m. on June 14, cause is unknown at this time

Crews respond to early morning dumpster fire at Tickleberry’s in OK Falls

The fire is not considered suspicious, no property damage was sustained

Brewing up support for mental health in Penticton

The SOEC and Cannery Brewing’s limited release Power Chord Pilsner raised $5,400 for CMHA SOS

Medical service dog creates cause for concern at Penticton graduation

Hannah Macintyre was told her medical service dog, Coco, would not be allowed to attend the ceremony

Photos: Spiderman swings through the South Okanagan Beer Run

The group was inspired to dress as the beloved Marvel comic book hero to participate in the event

B.C. mom starts support group to amplify voices of families facing daycare shortage

Amanda Burnett, founder of Waitlisted Project BC, shares parents’ stories about childcare struggles

Penticton aviation student in semi finals of Maxim Cover Girl contest

Brandi Hansen could be Canada’s next Maxim Cover Girl Canada

South Okanagan mom on the road to recovery following stem cell treatment

Emma Alcott, 23, is home five weeks early after treatment for stage four Hodgkin lymphoma

Video of Penticton assault victim making strides in his recovery

Bradley Eliason was in a medically-induced coma for over three weeks, now talking and walking

Bravery above and beyond the call of duty by Penticton man’s father

The late Lt. Archibald Eric James Sudbury helped storm France’s beaches on D-Day and more

Penticton’s wildlife artist named Ducks Unlimited Canada Artist of the Year

Terry Isaac is a wildlife artist who uses acrylic and board as his medium

Behind the Label: The doctor is in at Naramata’s Legend Distilling

Doug and Dawn Lennie offer delicious spirits in the middle of wine country

Penticton city council implements no sitting, lying on sidewalks

The council voted 5-2 in favour of the bylaw amendments at the meeting on June 4

Bird bangers believed to have caused Oliver fire

Oliver RCMP said they found tampered with bird bangers at the scene of a fire

Late Okanagan philanthropist to be honoured with posthumous appointment to Order of British Columbia

Penticton’s David E. Kampe was recommended by the advisory committee before his passing on May 8

Steamed Greens: Battling weeds with the power of steam

OK Falls resident teams up with daughter to eradicate weeds from her farm using steam technology

More than just a playground: Penticton’s Busy Beans Play Café to help parents and children

Owners Kim Wade and Tracey Wiseman want to use their expertise to help struggling families