Mark Brett

Penticton care aide training centre a first for the Interior

SafeCare BC Satellite Training Centre is now open in Penticton to help continuing care aides

Don’t miss the South Okanagan Similkameen Crime Stoppers fundraiser

The second annual fundraiser takes place Saturday for the South Okanagan Similkameen Crime Stoppers

Students down and very dirty at Freak’N Farmer

Students had a chance during the past two weeks to try out the Freak’N Farmer obstacle course

South Okanagan adventure park brightens seniors’ day with flowers

The many flowers that bloom in LocoLanding during the summer brighten the day for seniors

LocoLanding flowers brighten seniors’ day in Penticton

The many flowers that bloom in LocoLanding during the summer brighten the day for seniors

South Okanagan gas prices among the lowest at B.C. pumps

Nine of the 10 lowest-priced gas locations are in Penticton

1955 Vees reign again at Classics hockey tourney in Penticton

The 1955 World Championship Vees took home the Moog Cup at minor hockey tournament

Putting foot to grape at Summerland winery

Saxon Estate Winery is holding a grape stomping event Sept. 27 at it’s Summerland location

OMRA Christmas toy run goes Sunday in Penticton

32nd annual OMRA South Okanagan Toy Run starts Sunday at the Peach

We are not ‘cold-blooded killers’ when it comes to bears: Penticton conservation officer

When it’s a matter of public safety, the animals pay the ultimate price

We are not ‘cold-blooded killers’: Penticton conservation officer

When it’s a matter of public safety, the animals pay the ultimate price

Penticton man honours first responders who died in 9/11 attacks

Bob Rietveld keeps alive the memories of those who died in the 9/11 terrorist attacks

‘Garbage-fed bears are dead bears’ – Penticton conservation officer

Conservation is getting tough with those who refuse to manage bear attractants

Penticton celebrating the return of the kokanee

The Penticton Creek Restoration Creek is hosting a walking tour to see the returning kokanee

Corrections officers rally to protest working conditions

Prisoner-to-guard ratio is one of highest in Canada

The scoop on Okanagan Falls Tickleberry’s summer ice cream numbers

For two months of each summer Tickleberry’s is hopping to fill ice cream orders

Penticton’s LocoLanding Adventure Park built on memories of love and life

Local busineswoman working to support children’s grief support group

Penticton Vees Don Moog remembered at Classics tourney

A member of the world champion Vees is honoured with a trophy in his name

Penticton Classics tourney features Vees jersey’s from the past

Teams will be wearing Penticton Vees jerseys from 1955 onwards at Classics novice tournament

Update: Body found on shoreline of Penticton beach

Penticton RCMP are investigating an area of Skaha Beach