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Premier Horgan announced in OK Falls that mass-timber will be allowed on buildings up to 12 storeys
Barking Parrot in Penticton says when a phone gets flushed, entire toilet often has to be replaced
“Everything about Dan’s death was a reflection of who he was here.”
Dan Laramie of Keremeos died with medical help on March 2 after amazing ‘farewell to this life’ party
A round up of some of the funny memes out there for singles this Valentine’s Day
Leon Marchand Holmes died in a single-vehicle crash near Kamloops Jan. 12.
Keremeos gas station attendant tells story about man with gun coming to store
Grand Chief Stewart Phillip was awarded an honorary degree from the University of British Columbia
Canada Border Services Agency talk to media about Americans bringing firearms through Osoyoos port
Untimely death of woodpecker causes power outage in Cawston
An independent investigation is underway after a man died while in Penticton police custody Aug. 16
A Keremeos volunteer firefighter talks about what it was like to patrol the Snowy Mountain fire
Terrain near the Snowy Mountain fire, 14 kilometres southeast of Keremeos, is home to rattlesnakes
A transport truck caught fire just east of Hedley causing a grass fire
Bud Gottfriedson and his family was woken up when two grass fires were within 100 metres of his home at the side of Highway 3. Highway was closed 10 km east of Keremeos.
Keremeos firefighters say they will work night shifts as long as needed, patrolling the Snowy Mountain fire.
BC Wildfire Service continues to work to get blaze under control
Officials are urging residents on evac alerts that have mobility/health issues to self evacuate
Crowsnest Pass, about 14 kilometres west of Keremeos, remains closed Friday morning.
An Okanagan program was designed 15 years ago to control the invasive species of starlings