Mark Brett

Update: B.C. couple helping in California felt ‘it wasn’t enough’ to donate funds

A planned holiday has turned into a humanitarian effort for a Penticton couple

Okanagan mentor awarded national Coach of the Year

Penticton’s Rob Kober was named the Jack Donohue Coach of the Year

Fundraising firefighters complete quest for B.C. Paralympian

The four Penticton residents raising money for Victoria Paralympian complete journey

It’s a wrap for Okanagan actress/director Madeline Wahl

Madeline Wahl who grew up in Naramata and now lives in Vancouver shot a film in Penticton recently

Okanagan brother of Paralympian and friends on course for Victoria

Penticton’s Tyler Luscombe and his friends are running to raise money for his Paralympian brother

Okanagan woman has her sights on donating eyeglasses for the needy

Okanagan Rotarian Catherine Goheen is collecting eyeglasses to take to Nepal

Okanagan woman, 94, has volunteered over 13,000 hours at the hospital

A 94-year-old woman retired from volunteer duties this week at Pentction hospital at age 94

Fundraising run to begin Friday for B.C. Paralympian

A fundraiser is scheduled to start Nov. 2 in Penticton in support of a Vancouver Island Paralympian.

Tearful farewell in Okanagan for Greyhound Canada

Blake Moore’s first route - and his last- as a Greyhound driver was to Penticton

Okanagan feral kittens rescued from “certain death” now in foster care

Five kittens discovered in a Kelowna works yard were saved from being crushed by alert employees

Video: Digging in for burrowing owls in the Okanagan/Nicola Valley

Wildlife organizations working together with the public to help build and repair burrowing owl dens

Gateway’s Penticton injuction denied by Supreme Court justice

The Supreme Court turned down a Gateway Casino injunction application relating to picket line action

Minister visits Penticton Indian Band to announce training partnership

B.C. Advanced Education, Skills and Training Minister Melanie Mark was in Penticton Thursday.

Oliver hosting grape-stomping good time

The annual Festival of the Grape is promising to be bigger and more fun than ever

South Okanagan neighbourhood surprised by emergency response team activity

RCMP officers were conducting emergency response training

B.C. MP Cannings spared brunt of Ottawa tornadoes

MP Richard Cannings was spared the impact of the tornadoes that hit the Ottawa region

Indigenous youth program offered in the Okanagan is in jeopardy

If government funding does not come through an Indigenous youth program may be cancelled

Key to the SOEC winner announced

Tim Frayne was the winner of the Key to the SOEC for the next year’s ticketed shows

Marshall withdraws from Conservative candidacy race for South Okanagan West Kootenay

One of two declared candidates vying to represent the federal Conservatives for…

Police call B.C. pharmacy’s use of panic button ‘unnecessary’

Pharmacist should have used 911 or non-emergency numbers when pharmacist felt they needed to push.