Jordyn Thomson

Over 60 cats and kittens surrendered to the South Okanagan-Similkameen SPCA

The surrender is part of an ongoing animal cruelty investigation with BC SPCA Special Constable

20 mussel-fouled watercraft prevented from entering B.C. this summer

79 tickets, 44 warnings issued to those who failed to stop at inspection stations

Weekly speaker series at Okanagan College Penticton Campus promotes lifelong learning

Donation by admission for each talk, proceeds to help students in need

Braun accepts plea deal from City of Penticton

The Penticton resident accepted before the commencement of his trial

OIB hosts IndGenius Science Literacy Day on Sept. 22

The free family event takes place at New Horizons from noon to 6:30 p.m.

Yoga and understanding two key elements of Penticton Recovery Day

The first annual event was held in Gyro Park on Sept. 8

Smooth sailing for day one of Penticton Dragon Boat Festival

The nice weather and clear skies made for a favourable day of competition on Skaha Lake

Ikeda delegate makes generous donation to SORCO

The centre helps rehabilitate injured owls to help keep the ecosystem healthy

Teams prepare for one of B.C.’s largest dragon boat competitions

The festival takes place in Penticton on Sept. 8 and 9

Myths and facts about fighting B.C. wildfires

In the era of TV, movies and social media, firefighting sees many portrayals

Ryga Fest promises a music-filled weekend in Summerland

The festival is in honour of late Canadian playwright and Summerland resident George Ryga

Cool Creek wildfire unaffected by high winds

The wildfire is currently classified as out of control by BC Wildfire Service

No crews on site of Snowy Mountain wildfire

The wildfire is classified as being held and will be monitored throughout the day

Update: Flames and smoke from Old Tom Creek wildfire visible 15 km west of Keremeos

High winds yesterday and last night may have jeopardized the established containment lines

South Okanagan family still reeling from son’s overdose death

Lezard and Ward are still reeling after their son, Aaron, overdosed from fentanyl

Wheels and winners of the 6th annual Shriners Show & Shine

Hosted by the Penticton Shrine Club #20 on Aug. 25

Bidding farewell to The Mule Nightclub

Owner Bill Proznick looks back on Penticton nightclub over the years

Walla Artisan Bakery & Cafe seeks protégé to continue business

Owners Ben Manea and Sharon Wiener want to see the business continue