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Brennan Phillips

Brennan Phillips

Brennan Phillips may not have been born in the Okanagan, but he was raised here, and is thankful every day that he gets to live and work in one of the most beautiful places in Canada. Beginning with an internship at the Penticton Western in 2018, Brennan has worked his way up from covering weekends and special events, to a full-time reporter with the community newspaper. He is excited to continue to cover all of the community goings-on and looks forward to being back out among the people to hear their stories.

Phone
778-476-8167
Email
brennan.phillips@pentictonwesternnews.com

Recent Work by Brennan

Penticton council approves 5-storey, 48-unit Front Street project

Penticton council approves 5-storey, 48-unit Front Street project

The mixed-use building will be located on the site of the former Slack Alice’s strip club
Summerland approves additional $240k in pool roof repairs

Summerland approves additional $240k in pool roof repairs

Council had originally approved a budget of up to $110,000 for the repairs
PHOTOS: Keremeos Rodeo packs the stands for long weekend

PHOTOS: Keremeos Rodeo packs the stands for long weekend

Competitors from across B.C. gave their best at everything from bull-riding to barrel racing
Penticton’s Feed the Valley drive to support Ooknakane Friendship Centre

Penticton’s Feed the Valley drive to support Ooknakane Friendship Centre

All donations will go to support the local Indigenous Friendship Centre
BC United Leader Kevin Falcon to talk health care in Oliver

BC United Leader Kevin Falcon to talk health care in Oliver

Former mayor and BC United candidate Ron Hovanes will join Falcon
Penticton Art Gallery set to host Solstice Soiree auction fundraiser

Penticton Art Gallery set to host Solstice Soiree auction fundraiser

The evening promises an elegant and extravagant affair in June
Oliver RCMP congratulates and welcomes new Canadian citizen

Oliver RCMP congratulates and welcomes new Canadian citizen

Sgt. Don Wrigglesworth donned his ceremonial uniform for a special in-person citizenship celebration
Regional District to review costs for taking on curbside garbage pick-up

Regional District to review costs for taking on curbside garbage pick-up

The RDOS wants to review whether in-house would be cheaper than a $1M more costly contract
Thomas Kruger-Allen confirmed by family, friends as Penticton homicide victim

Thomas Kruger-Allen confirmed by family, friends as Penticton homicide victim

Kruger-Allen had previously made headlines for paralyzing a stranger in 2019
PHOTOS: Friday night Northern Lights in Penticton

PHOTOS: Friday night Northern Lights in Penticton

The lights of the Aurora were visible for hours on May 10
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