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Afshin Maleki Ighani’s trial has been adjourned again until Jan. 6. (File photo)

After delays, Ighani presents no evidence

Afshin Maleki Ighani trail adjourned to Jan. 6

Afshin Maleki Ighani’s trial has been adjourned again until Jan. 6. (File photo)
Tasty new business for Keremeos

Tasty new business for Keremeos

Specialty is donairs and baked goods but BoBoys offers variety of yummy eat

Tasty new business for Keremeos
A small group gathered on Wednesday night at Gyro Park to recognize Transgender Day of Remembrance. (Robin Grant - Western News)

Community gathers for inaugural Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil in Penticton

Transgender Day memorializes those who have been murdered

A small group gathered on Wednesday night at Gyro Park to recognize Transgender Day of Remembrance. (Robin Grant - Western News)
Sheriffs escort Afshin Maleki Ighani into Penticton court. (Black Press Media files)

Representing himself, Okanagan inmate delays trial

Afshin Maleki Ighani trial adjourned until Nov. 21

Sheriffs escort Afshin Maleki Ighani into Penticton court. (Black Press Media files)
Penticton police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a poppy donation box theft. (Photo courtesy of the RCMP)

Man steals poppy box from South Okanagan grocery store

Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying male in surveillance footage

Penticton police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a poppy donation box theft. (Photo courtesy of the RCMP)
Police services won’t be affected by shortfall

Police services won’t be affected by shortfall

Keremeos RCMP say despite a projected $10.7-million shortfall in the B.C. RCMP…

Police services won’t be affected by shortfall
Keremeos RCMP help free young moose caught in barbed wire fence near Ollala. (file photo)
Keremeos RCMP help free young moose caught in barbed wire fence near Ollala. (file photo)
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Police watchdog investigating death of man following attempted arrest

Man is said to have died of head injuries on Nov. 14

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The sold out (Brennan Phillips/Western News)

Soup Bowls Project raises over $20,000 for Penticton Art Gallery

Attendees had over 200 bowls and plenty of delicious soups

The sold out (Brennan Phillips/Western News)
Overtime heroics help Vees to 2-1 overtime victory

Overtime heroics help Vees to 2-1 overtime victory

Vees cracked Chenard late in the overtime frame, with only 15 seconds remaining in extra time

Overtime heroics help Vees to 2-1 overtime victory
Osoyoos resident Mike Stiles attended the accessibility forum on Wednesday night. (Robin Grant/Western News)                                Osoyoos resident Mike Stiles attended the accessibility forum on Wednesday night. (Robin Grant/Western News)

Minister hosted accessibility forum on Wednesday night in Penticton

Residents had their say at forum hosted by social development and poverty reduction minister

Osoyoos resident Mike Stiles attended the accessibility forum on Wednesday night. (Robin Grant/Western News)                                Osoyoos resident Mike Stiles attended the accessibility forum on Wednesday night. (Robin Grant/Western News)
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Disciplinary hearing date set for South Okanagan pharmacy

Hearing will take place on Dec. 4 in Vancouver

(Robin Grant-Western News)
From left, Penticton Seniors’ Drop-in Centre’s president Mignonne Wood, director Liz Hansen, Teri McGrath present their petition to MLA Dan Ashton. The petition advocates for it to become mandatory to report medical errors and a compensation system for patients who experience avoidable errors. (Contributed)

Penticton woman sends fight to reduce preventable medical errors to Victoria

Teri McGrath and senior’s centre members presented 150-plus signature petition to local MLA

From left, Penticton Seniors’ Drop-in Centre’s president Mignonne Wood, director Liz Hansen, Teri McGrath present their petition to MLA Dan Ashton. The petition advocates for it to become mandatory to report medical errors and a compensation system for patients who experience avoidable errors. (Contributed)
Dr. David Van de Vosse is the new family doctor in Keremeos. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)

New family doctor in Keremeos

Dr. David Van de Vosse says practicing rural medicine is multifacted

Dr. David Van de Vosse is the new family doctor in Keremeos. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Canadian television presenters Don Cherry, left, was fired by Sportsnet on Nov. 11. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito
Canadian television presenters Don Cherry, left, was fired by Sportsnet on Nov. 11. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito
Remarkable life of Twin Lakes resident captured in children’s book

Remarkable life of Twin Lakes resident captured in children’s book

Twin Lakes resident Betty Lillian Purdy (nee Winstanley) was a veteran of the Second World War

Remarkable life of Twin Lakes resident captured in children’s book
The march off began at the Legion Branch in Keremeos. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)

PHOTOS: Hundreds come out to Remembrance Day ceremony in Keremeos

Ceremony began at 10:45 a.m. at Keremeos Legion Branch

The march off began at the Legion Branch in Keremeos. (Robin Grant-Review Staff)
Remembrance Day ceremony begins in Keremeos at 10:45 a.m. (Robin Grant/Review Staff)

Celebrate Remembrance Day in Keremeos

Ceremony begins at 10:45 a.m. at Keremeos Legion Branch

Remembrance Day ceremony begins in Keremeos at 10:45 a.m. (Robin Grant/Review Staff)
White GMC truck stolen from farm in Similkameen

White GMC truck stolen from farm in Similkameen

Police are asking for public’s help in finding stolen truck

White GMC truck stolen from farm in Similkameen
Cawston resident Ruth Schulze came out of retirement to open The Village Barber located in the Keremeos Business Centre in September. (Robin Grant- Keremeos Review)

Cawston resident pursues barbershop passion

The Village Barber opened in September

Cawston resident Ruth Schulze came out of retirement to open The Village Barber located in the Keremeos Business Centre in September. (Robin Grant- Keremeos Review)