Penticton's top stories of the week

Hotel owners along Lakeshore Drive want to know what the marketing group, Penticton Hospitality Association, is doing with more than $300,000 of their money.

Here are just some of the stories the InfoTel News team brought you this week:

 

Mayoral candidate wants to bring honesty to politics

Mayoral candidate Brian Henningson will bring his straightforward approach to city politics if elected on Sept. 7.

 

Penticton fighter faces off against former Ultimate Fighter

Clay Davidson has a pretty simple strategy for his Friday night fight: Win.

 

Penticton Hospitality Association stumbling forward

The Penticton Hospitality Association markets and represents 40-plus hotel and hospitality businesses but critics say it's been failing at its primary task.


Dianna Gallagher (left) and Shar Froese discuss the mat Froese just gave Gallagher and challenges living on the street.
How a practical home-made gift is making nights a little easier for a homeless Kamloops woman
KAMLOOPS - Living on the streets of Kamloops for two months now, Diana Gallagher and her dog Rocky have been sleeping rough, in doorways, on cardboard and in shelters when she can swing it. And while it's not much, her situation just improved

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