Penticton

Truck reported stolen in Greenwood held Penticton Indian Band councillor’s cultural object

The object is a fasting feather the councilor says he was given after a long fast in Penticton

 

Following series of rescues on Penticton channel, fire crews issues safety guidelines

The Penticton Fire Department had three rescues in three days

 

Drinking now allowed at Penticton’s Skaha Park

Adults are allowed to drink alcohol in the area between noon and 8 p.m. until Oct. 15

 

Paid parking project pushed along by Penticton council

The city could net upwards of $840,000 a year if it imposes paid parking in high-traffic areas

Penticton’s newest hotel enjoying success through first week

The hotel is already sitting around 50 per cent capacity, says the owner

Penticton composer makes donation for medical equipment

Ernst and Colleen Schneider have contributed to equipment purchase for Penticton Regional Hospital

City of Penticton seeks feedback on allowing alcohol in outdoor spaces

The one month pilot project, allowing alcohol in some public spaces, started June 2

Local construction company makes $1.7 million donation to Penticton hospital

Peters Bros. Construction is donating $1.7 million toward a second CT medical imaging unit at PRH

Penticton man wins $377k jackpot in online poker match

Penticton’s Chaudhary Irshad scored the biggest poker win of his life

Bylaw orders Penticton resident to remove ‘scary’ clown mannequin from property

Mannequin on individual’s property deemed ‘offensive matter’ by bylaw officers

SOEC cancelling, postponing gatherings until further notice

BC Government urges gatherings of 250 people or more be cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19

Business as usual at SOEC, for now

No cancellations yet at South Okanagan Events Centre (SOEC) due to COVID-19

Penticton to host CSSHL Championships for another three years

BDO CSSHL Championships remain in Penticton for 2021, 2022, 2023

Police search for family after toddler’s headstone discovered in Penticton

The headstone reads the following: “Mary Ann Heath 1993-1995”

Travel down the Okanagan Ale Trail

The best of of brewers, breweries and craft beer in the Valley

  • Sep 18, 2018

Oliver Swain adds new machinery

Canadian folk artist Oliver Swain is exploring some electronic machinery in his new set

Weezer bassist talks summertime single

Scott Shriner talks the latest offering from the California rockers Feels Like Summer

Jury selection begins for alleged assault of Penticton doctor

Jury members were selected Monday for the March 28 trial of Gregory Nield