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Crown counsel praised the actions of a South Okanagan police officer.
Police broke up a Christmas Day fight as tensions were running high and a baseball bat was brought out.
Your source for New Year's Eve events in Penticton to help ring in 2017.
Police looking for a Grinch, or possibly Grinches, who were involved in crimes in Penticton over the holidays.
A defence lawyer could only describe the behaviour of his client, who broke into a home and sexually assaulted a man, as “bizarre.”
The Solstice Peace Talks at the Shatford Centre Dec. 21 featured special guests in a Syrian Refugee family living in Naramata.
A Penticton man responsible for a rash of thefts in Penticton is spending Christmas in jail.
A Penticton realtor said a program for first-time home buyers is coming at a time when the local real estate market is set for an upturn.
A man who broke into a Second World War veteran’s home is spending the next year in jail.
Arts and entertainment editor Dale Boyd gives a glowing review of Anthem: A Leonard Cohen Tribute.
After four years, Osoyoos Const. Amit Goyal has been cleared by the RCMP of all allegations of misconduct.
Crown counsel was unable to say if further charges are coming for two people taken into custody after a nearly 10-hour police standoff.
What does the winter solstice have to do with world peace? Find out as the Western News chats with astronomer and host Christ Purton.
About 4,000 socks, toques and cold weather items were collected by Retirement Concepts organizations nationwide.
The Western News catches up with some of the poets, musicians and artists honouring Leonard Cohen this weekend.
There is nothing more iconic around Christmastime than a child finding a bike under the tree.
Peace on earth is one of the holiday tenants, and it is the subject of Solstice Peace Talks at the Shatford Centre Dec. 21.
Funding for a youth service centre focused on mental health which a Penticton group applied for has gone to Kelowna.
A Penticton man is remaining in custody after allegedly discharging a firearm at a Penticton elementary school around 5 a.m.
A Penticton man is spending the next two years in jail after he pleaded guilty to a kidnapping charge.