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RDOS staff outline need for 911 infrastructure study

Directors briefed on plans for further study by Planetworks Consultants on 911 infrastructure within the regional district.

Fledgling Similkameen art group meet at the Gibson House

Art sessions beginning again in Keremeos for SImilkameen art enthusiasts

RDOS directors compliment region’s top cop for policing improvements

CAO Bill Newell expressed his appreciation noting “the positive changes that have taken place since Brad Haugli took over command
BCGEU begins contract talks

BCGEU begins contract talks

The B.C. government begins contract talks with one of its largest employee groups this week, and the union wants a raise.
Holiday impaired suspensions, charges up

Holiday impaired suspensions, charges up

Legal issues with B.C.'s new drinking and driving law didn't slow down police road checks and suspensions during the holiday season.
Poll finds support for oil pipeline

Poll finds support for oil pipeline

A poll finds many unfamiliar with Enbridge's proposed pipeline, but many who are support the idea.

New chair and vice chair elected to serve on School District 53

Inaugural meeting of board sees trustees take oath of office and elect positions
New web cam puts Keremeos bypass on provincial highway camera network

New web cam puts Keremeos bypass on provincial highway camera network

Camera will assist motorists who are planning travel in the Similkameen Valley
B.C. property value near $1 trillion

B.C. property value near $1 trillion

Property values stayed stable in most parts of B.C., with large increases in areas with high demand from Asian buyers.
Weapons incident highlights holiday police activity

Weapons incident highlights holiday police activity

Keremeos RCMP responded to a complaint of shots fired at a Seventh Avenue residence