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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

Wanted man with history of violence subject of huge police presence in Osoyoos

Wanted man with history of violence subject of huge police presence in Osoyoos

“For the safety of yourself, the public and police, turn yourself in [Andrew Hardenstine]”
Interior Health reacts to Okanagan Hospital District funding cut

Interior Health reacts to Okanagan Hospital District funding cut

The health authority said it will scale back its projects
Split Penticton council adopts new code of conduct

Split Penticton council adopts new code of conduct

Two members of council expressed concerns with ‘missing’ parts in the code
No jail time for brutal beating near Penticton resort

No jail time for brutal beating near Penticton resort

Jeremy Jason Webster will spend the next nine months under 24-hour house arrest
Princeton man charged with assaulting a doctor has trial delayed further

Princeton man charged with assaulting a doctor has trial delayed further

The trial of Trevor Rhyno was originally planned to continue in Penticton on Feb. 20
Honeymoon Suite returning to 2024 Penticton Peach Fest

Honeymoon Suite returning to 2024 Penticton Peach Fest

B.C. natives the Odds will open the show on Aug. 10
Okanagan-Skaha school district offline after cybersecurity incident

Okanagan-Skaha school district offline after cybersecurity incident

No timeline for when the district’s systems will be fully restored
Strings attached to Naramata regional district director’s tiny home

Strings attached to Naramata regional district director’s tiny home

A sewage disposal system will be required for installation within 6 months
Osoyoos’ Nk’Mip Forestry head recognized for wildfire recovery

Osoyoos’ Nk’Mip Forestry head recognized for wildfire recovery

Peter Flett received an award from the BC Forest Professional Magazine earlier in February
Warrant for Penticton man with history of missing court appearances

Warrant for Penticton man with history of missing court appearances

Christian Dean Leggatt was set to plead guilty but failed to show up
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