Bargain centre in Keremeos gets new display sign last week
At the ends of their lives, really big stars collapse and explode, ejecting their outer layers out into space
Keremeos visitor stops for a drink on a hot spring day
Sagewood MHP holds its big annual yard sale on May 25
Winner of the Keremeos Pharmasave draw for Mothers Day is....
On Thursday, April 11 both members and guests of the newly formed South Similkameen Art Society (SSAS) held their first meet and greet
NASA recently released a most amazing image. It had been sent back by the Cassini spacecraft
St. Barbara’s Anglican Church in Okanagan Falls is celebrating its 50th anniversary on Sunday, May 26
After a long, cold and snowy winter - remember? - Keremeos residents have had a reason to smile lately in May
Quilt BC 2013 committee members check out an invitational show quilt
Community minded effort results in new signage in Olalla
The Mother’s Day Walk began in 1983 when Americans accepted an invitation to receive a cruise missile back from Canadians
On May14, 2009 the Herschel space observatory was launched. It was designed to image the sky in the millimetre wavelength range.
Poster contest winners awarded at Kaleden Elementary School
RCL Branch 192 Poster and Essay Winners for 2012 Black and White Poster
Similkameen Elementary Secondary students from grades 5 to 12 participated in a clean up of Keremeos business section
there is still a lot of dust and other lumps orbiting the Sun today. Collisions are still happening, but far less often than they used to
Now in its 71st year, National Volunteer Week is all about volunteer recognition. This year’s celebration takes place the week 21 to 27
Local piano students succeed at the 87th Penticton Kiwanis Music Festival held from March 6 through March 11.
Free “healing words” workshop is open to public in the Similkameen
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