By MELANIE EKSAL
A complex legal appeal that has the potential to unseat half of the Penticton Indian Band council is now in the hands of a federal judge who must decide the seemingly simple issue of whether or not the appeal documents were properly delivered.
Penticton residents will be treated to a sneak peek of this year’s Peach Festival sky show as the Royal Canadian Air Force Snowbirds touch down Thursday morning.
People from across North America raced to the registration tables in Rotary Park on Tuesday just minutes after the announcement that Subaru Ironman Canada would return to Penticton in 2020.
A protracted dispute between the local government and Penticton panhandler Paul Braun took another twist this week with the revelation that city officials tried unsuccessfully to have police arrest him for bylaw offences.
Organizers of the Penticton Dragon Boat Festival are inviting other Okanagan groups, clubs and organizations to paddle one of their seven dragon boats.
Vandals did approximately $10,000 in damage to the Cornwall Drive home of the ex-wife of alleged quadruple-murderer John Brittain, a Penticton courtroom heard Wednesday.
Property owners who have the power generation equipment necessary to send excess electricity back to the grid are getting a raw deal from the City of Penticton, council heard Tuesday.
For the first time in nearly four decades, Penticton will not host a major summertime triathlon this year as racers hold out for a more iconic event next year.
In a fun-filled way to celebrate the local harvest, the Naramata Community Market will again stage the Great Cherry Pit Spitting Contest at this Wednesday’s market.
The 2019 Prospera Granfondo Axel Merckx Okanagan kids’ Piccolofondo drew hundreds of children and spectators to Gyro Park, Saturday. Children in the four and five-year-old division race launch from the start line in this photo.
KAMLOOPS — Cairo Rogers scored six goals, including two in overtime, as South Okanagan Flame beat Kamloops 16-15 in the opening game of the Thompson Okanagan junior B lacrosse championship, Friday,
A Penticton man accused of an assault that left the victim in a coma earlier this year will face sentencing next week for a separate attack in 2017.
Dozens of emails sent to Penticton’s mayor this spring while council wrestled with a controversial bylaw amendment ran the gamut from supportive to nasty, with one person even accusing him of betraying his Greek heritage.