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Organic cider workshop taking place in Cawston on July 14

Cider workshop in the Similkameen

Celebrate local farmers by visiting a farmer’s market

B.C. residents should make use of farmers markets more often
Cawston Hall receives funding for continued upgrades

Cawston Hall receives funding for continued upgrades

Cawston hall gets money for upgrades
Growth, HST help reduce B.C. deficit

Growth, HST help reduce B.C. deficit

The B.C. government finished the fiscal year this spring with a deficit of $309 million, nearly $1 billion less than what was forecast last fall.
China passes U.S. as B.C. lumber buyer

China passes U.S. as B.C. lumber buyer

Chinese buyers purchased $122 million worth of B.C. lumber in May, surpassing the value of lumber shipments to the United States for the first time ever.

RCMP request help in locating missing person

Princeton resident, Wanda Foss missing for approximately three weeks.

APPLE CLEARWING MOTH CONTROL FOR THE 2011 SEASON

Surveys have shown that we are making progress in reducing the numbers of this very serious pest of apples. However, it is very important to continue the trunk sprays to keep populations below damaging levels.
B.C. won't scrap rich pension for Ferries boss

B.C. won't scrap rich pension for Ferries boss

Breaching contract would be wrong, expensive: Lekstrom

Glass Depots Open Throughout RDOS

Residents can no longer place out container glass with their curbside recycling in the RDOS, City of Penticton, Town of Oliver, Town of Osoyoos or Village of Keremeos.

Similkameen BBQ King event this Saturday

Mark July 16 on your calendar for the Similkameen BBQ King event.