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Radio telescope technology needs to advance in order to further our knowledge of the universe

The history of radio astronomy has been driven by the dramatic developments that have happened in antenna and electronics technology
River Valley Lodge gets signage

River Valley Lodge gets signage

Funds raised provide signage to River Valley Lodge for residents with dementia
Liquor seizure bottle refunds donated to Friends of the Keremeos Skating rink

Liquor seizure bottle refunds donated to Friends of the Keremeos Skating rink

Keremeos RCMP make donation on bottle returns out of seized liquor shipment

Curiosity has landed on Mars

The high point of the August long weekend must be the successful landing of the Mars rover Curiosity on the Red Planet
Mark September 15 on your calendar

Mark September 15 on your calendar

The 11th annual Valley First Similkameen Sizzle Pepperfest will be held on September 15, at Memorial Park in Keremeos

Gavel passing ceremony at OK Falls Legion

Okanagan Falls Legion #227 were honored to host the 60th Anniversary of the International Gavel Passing Ceremony last weekend

Annual Perseids meteor shower takes place in August

During the night of 12-13 August, the Earth will pass through the debris stream filling the orbit of Comet Swift Tuttle
Sea turtles at Keremeos pool

Sea turtles at Keremeos pool

Swim activity programs at the Keremeos pool on August 3

Irrigation useage down in the KID so far this year

Water Works with Jeremy. Weekly column from the Keremeos Irrigation District

Tying all the the physics theories together

Ken Tapping's latest weekly column from DRAO Herzberg Institute, White Lake basin