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The Keremeos museum received a $50,000 grant to move its former museum to the new location on 9th Avenue.
Keremeos ratepayers looking at 2.5 per cent tax increase.
Lower Similkameen study finds people living in crawl spaces, shipping containers.
Keremeos Mayor Manfred Bauer is making the motion at Regional District to go to referendum over the library tax.
Keremeos council votes to put backyard chicken bylaw on shelf.
Keremeos Library funding cliffhanger. Tax requisition fails.
Fourteen-year-old dog tangles with cougar and lives near Keremeos.
Setting the Keremeos library tax requisition information straight.
Students from SESS performed Into the Woods at the school in early January.
Veteran politician and current Area D director Tom Siddon threw his complete support behind the idea of creating a new electoral area.
Photos from the Similkameen Powwow of Champions 2016.
Riverbed campers near Keremeos receive eviction notice from province
The Crossing, a residential addiction rehabilitation centre, outside of Keremeos is set to reopen in early 2017.
The Keremeos museum is moving locations to the former Masonic Lodge.
Keremeos riverbed camping ban resolutions receives RDOS support and will head to UBCM in fall.
Elef Christensen's from Area G had the second highest expenses in the Regional District Okanagan-Similkameen.
A 24-year-old Cawston man is off work indefinitely as he recovers from a liver transplant. The community is holding a fundraiser June 18.
Chris Mathieson is one step closer to securing a 10-year contract with the province to operate the Grist Mill near Keremeos.
Lower Similkameen Indian Band wants answers about future of ancestral remains found near Cawston
A local Keremeos resident hast started an online petition to see if there is enough interest in opening an indoor pool.