Gripes and grapes

If you got a local issue you’d like to vent, send us a sour grape? On the other hand, if you have a compliment, send us a, sweet grape

If you got a local issue you’d like to vent about, why not send us a Rotten, sour grape? On the other hand, if you have a compliment, or would like to offer some praise, send us a Sweet, Similkameen grape?

We will publish your anonymous submission, as long as attacks on specific businesses and people are not made. Editor’s  discretion will be exercised at all times.

Please send your submissions to:

news@keremeosreview.com

 

 

 

Fresh Similkameen grapes

To Garden Club members for the endless hours they spend planting so the streets look beautiful in time for the long weekend.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rotten sour grapes

To a long weekend forecast calling for rain and cool temperatures – especially after a work week of summer like weather.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fresh Similkameen grapes

To those who meet at the unofficial dog park in Keremeos at the corner of Ninth Street  and Ninth Avenue to socialize while their dogs enjoy some time with their own kind.

 

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