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Changes strengthening Agricultural Land Commission now law

changes will enhance the operational capacity of the Agricultural Land Commission

Lofty numbers of captured starlings make for successful trapping year

Local starling trapping program had a very successful year in the Lower Similkameen

Cawston primary receives playground funding

Funding is part of $2.4 million to reimburse PACs throughout the province
New roof for the White House

New roof for the White House

Progress in preserving the Keremeos Grist Mill and Gardens Historic site continues
Offender programs fall short, auditor says

Offender programs fall short, auditor says

The B.C. government is struggling to deal with a record caseload of nearly 24,000 convicted offenders who aren't in jail.
Robbery at Keremeos Subway

Robbery at Keremeos Subway

Cawston man has an appetite for trouble as he holds up two food outlets
U.S. lawyer heads B.C. police oversight

U.S. lawyer heads B.C. police oversight

The B.C. government has hired the former police oversight specialist from Denver as its first civilian director.
BC Ferries appoints new president

BC Ferries appoints new president

BC Ferries' board of directors has appointed senior executive Michael Corrigan to replace outgoing CEO David Hahn.
Is that all there is? ask residents as intersection improvements come to a conclusion

Is that all there is? ask residents as intersection improvements come to a conclusion

Keremeos residents have been pushing for safety improvements to the corner of Seventh Street and Seventh Avenue (Highway 3) for years
Cawston cowboy Bud Sharpe passes away at 84 years

Cawston cowboy Bud Sharpe passes away at 84 years

Cawston Hall was bursting at the seams on Saturday as a celebration of Bud’s life and his impressive career.