Keremeos

The Similkameen River as seen from the Red Bridge west of Keremeos. (Brennan Phillips - Keremeos Review)

Night rescue saves 3 from Similkameen River

The three river riders were stuck for several hours until they could be rescued

The Similkameen River as seen from the Red Bridge west of Keremeos. (Brennan Phillips - Keremeos Review)
The Red Bridge is an iconic fixture in Keremeos and is the sole survivor of the five bridges that crossed the Similkameen River, built in 1907-1909. (Nancy Arbuckle Facebook)

Arsonists attempt to torch historic Red Bridge in Keremeos

Crews also put out a grass fire that had started from a burning barrel

The Red Bridge is an iconic fixture in Keremeos and is the sole survivor of the five bridges that crossed the Similkameen River, built in 1907-1909. (Nancy Arbuckle Facebook)
The newest bins are located in Oliver and Keremeos (BC Used Oil Management Association/Submitted)

South Okanagan to reduce oil waste

The BC Used Oil Management Association gave the district two additional recycling containers

The newest bins are located in Oliver and Keremeos (BC Used Oil Management Association/Submitted)
Keremeos’ weather patterns are very unique. The village is often hotter and more arid than Penticton in the summer and experiences more extreme winters with more snowfall, while being warmer than Princeton in the winter due to its lower elevation. (Keith Ryan/Flickr)

What will the weather be like tomorrow in Keremeos? No one really knows for sure

The village, based largely on farming, has been without an Environment Canada weather station since 2000

Keremeos’ weather patterns are very unique. The village is often hotter and more arid than Penticton in the summer and experiences more extreme winters with more snowfall, while being warmer than Princeton in the winter due to its lower elevation. (Keith Ryan/Flickr)
A tribute to Ollalla pioneer cowgirl, Doll Barber

A tribute to Ollalla pioneer cowgirl, Doll Barber

Guest column: Community of Ollalla remembers Dolly Barber, who passed away June 17 at the age of 102

A tribute to Ollalla pioneer cowgirl, Doll Barber
Cawston, near Keremeos, B.C., is a bustling agricultural hub full of soft fruit orchards and vineyards. (Debbie Mackay/Amateur Photography Entry)

Cawston: Here, they see the fruit of their labours

Tiny agricultural community thrives amidst orchards and vineyards

Cawston, near Keremeos, B.C., is a bustling agricultural hub full of soft fruit orchards and vineyards. (Debbie Mackay/Amateur Photography Entry)
Orofino Winery near Keremeos is Canada’s first winery to be built to straw bales

Cawston: You may huff and puff, but you won’t blow this winery down

Orofino is Canada’s first winery to be built using straw bales

Orofino Winery near Keremeos is Canada’s first winery to be built to straw bales
A man stands at the entrance to the Mascot Mine near Hedley in about 1930. (Courtesy oldphotos.ca/Black Press Media files)

Hedley: A modern-day ghost town once powered by gold

Billions of dollars in gold was once mined in this now largely abandoned area

A man stands at the entrance to the Mascot Mine near Hedley in about 1930. (Courtesy oldphotos.ca/Black Press Media files)
Discover Keremeos

Discover Keremeos

The Keremeos Visitors Centre, built in 2008 is the replica of the…

  • Apr 22, 2020
Discover Keremeos