Dustin Godfrey

Three calls, two fires, half an hour

Oliver Volunteer Fire Department was kept busy Thursday evening

Refrigeration mechanics students grapple with Fernie’s deadly leak

‘Something happened that created an immediate danger, and these guys were in the middle’: instructor

Bizarre sentencing turns up questions of guilt

It’s unclear whether a Summerland man will stand trial or return for another sentencing hearing

‘Unlikely’ 92-year-old escaped before fire: family

Police still working on the case of Mary Esta, who hasn’t been found since a fire gutted her home

Osoyoos gets funds for health-care needs study

Health Minister Adrian Dix says he’s planning to head to the area to hear about the issue first hand

No cause for alarm in Penticton after arena ammonia leak in Fernie: officials

Operators of SOEC and Memorial Arena, which both run on ammonia, say they follow strict regulations

Penticton chamber president wary of small biz tax slash

Neil Wyper says he’s waiting for more information before fully endorsing a tax drop to nine per cent

8 months in jail for Highway 3 crime spree

In a day, a crime duo travelled 466 km in three stolen vehicles under the influence of hard drugs

70 from PIB march on child welfare office

Marchers calling for better co-operation to keep children in the community when family issues arise

Cost of housing continues to skyrocket in South Okanagan

A single-family house now costs over $500,000 on average in region’s red-hot real estate market

Alleged hockey fraudster could face justice over Skype

In hospital with health complications from kidney failure, Elphicke may hear his verdict over video

Emotional PIB meeting ends with 10 disputed nominees

Nomination process completed after three hours, but some abstained, calling it an ‘illegal’ process

PIB group marching on child welfare offices

Advocate decrying ministry’s lack of consultation with local PIB staff since government changeover

Hurdles shipping wine to Ontario, nevermind U.S.

B.C. wine advocate says he’s more worried about interprovincial liquor trade than trade with the U.S.

Guilty plea entered for forging will

Children of deceased Princeton man got chance to speak to spouse, who forged his signature on a will

PIB needs ‘do some healing’: Kruger

A lawsuit between the band and six former councillors has all but wrapped up

Tossed butt sparks backyard blaze in Oliver

Crews were able to quickly surround the fire and douse it, department spokesperson said

PIB man offering cheap campsites during housing crisis

Even a local nonprofit made use of a few spots at Lavern Jack’s campground this summer

City must ‘atone’ for its part in housing crisis: city planner

Penticton planner says a record level of developments can disrupt shelter for those on the margins

Osoyoos planning director dies peacefully

Alain Cunningham, a township employee for 13 years, died Friday after a short illness