Jordyn Thomson

South Okanagan family receives ‘Elite’ photo of their grandmother

After 80 years, a photo in a Penticton restaurant finds its way home

Upcoming opportunities for dragon boat paddling in Penticton

Beginners can learn the ropes of the sport, compete in Okanagan Super Sprints

Penticton RCMP looking for witnesses to road rage incident

A road rage incident on Winnipeg Street on March 27 resulted in an assault

Video: South Okanagan business a dream come true for collectors

The shop and show room has hundreds of unique, one-of-a-kind items for all tastes

Okanagan stop for Qualtrough includes student funding

Minister of Public Service outlined the new program at Penticton’s Sprott Shaw College

Former Okanagan teen found safe after disappearing from YVR airport

Ethan Burnett, 14, was found safe in Kelowna on March 22

Homeless South Okanagan man allegedly doused in ice water while he slept

Community outraged at treatment of well-known homeless community member

Homeless Osoyoos man allegedly doused in ice water while he slept

Community outraged at treatment of well-known homeless community member

B.C. conservation officers talk bear awareness

How to stay safe this spring in bear country

Foodie Friday: crocodile pizza at Bad Tattoo

Take a trip down under and try the Penticton brewery’s newest creation

Visitors spend $4.5M during Penticton Peach Festival

Two-thirds of attendees were from out of town, spending $325 per person during the annual festival

Penticton council grants funding for operations, utilities to Okanagan School of the Arts

The organization is facing financial difficulties amidst “reinventing its mission”

Penticton resident baffled about welcome mat theft

Security footage shows a woman and her dog taking the mat from the property on March 13

Grease fire causes minor damage in Penticton kitchen

Penticton fire department responded to a residential kitchen fire at 3:20 p.m. on March 16

Penticton business owner earmarks 10 per cent of income for charitable donations

Terry Olfert, owner of RPR Heating & Air Conditioning, donated over $25,000 in 2018 alone

Video: Celebrating 35 years of the Cannery Trade Centre in Penticton

Hear from tenants and management about how the centre has changed, what it has to offer

Okanagan mascots battle in inaugural event

The event takes place May 10 -12 at Kal Tire Place in Vernon

Odd Couple, Female Version coming to Cannery Stage from April 11 to May 4

The second production of Many Hats Theatre Co’s 12th season

Meet Lady Argyle, the bighorn sheep with a flare for fashion

Lady Argyle was spotted on the streets of Oliver and her pattern is a result of perfect timing

Alleged South Okanagan flasher admits to breach, denies exposing genitals to children

Penticton’s David Ernest Friesen’s, 66, trial is expected to conclude Thursday at Penticton court