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Puddinhead Mountain Wakes

In the valley that raised me and gave me my children, the old volcanic country of the Similkameen, filled with the gravel glaciers gouged out of the Okanagan to the east, the mountains are the sky, and a form of weather. 134 more words

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The Black Moons of Mid-Winter

Fools call these moons asian pears and eat them before they are ripe.

She was once the golden sun of September.

Now she is ripe and oozing mysterious sugar. 6 more words

Nature Photography

Village of Keremeos requests additional police officers, calls current service unacceptable

It’s a small community but some residents are saying the Village of Keremeos in the Similkameen Valley has a big problem when it comes to policing. 408 more words


New seniors affordable housing complexes coming to south Okanagan

Two south Okanagan communities will each soon have new affordable housing complexes for seniors.

Liberal MLA Linda Larson made the first of two announcements in Okanagan Falls Wednesday morning. 117 more words


Keremeos man who lost his licence frustrated with mandatory testing for the elderly

A Keremeos man who lost his driver’s licence feels he’s been stripped of his independence since losing it. And while RoadSafetyBC is defending its mandatory testing for the elderly, a national advocacy group is speaking out to support those like Richard Schmidt. 359 more words


Parker: Blush Lane Organic Market a fresh face in Bridgeland

Sellers of produce talk about the importance of freshness. At Blush Lane Organic Market, you can smell it when walking into the new store on the north side of the Meredith Block at the bottom of Edmonton Trail N.E. 660 more words

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Nonna's super secret tomato sauce recipe and the trip to Keremeos …(Rotten Tomatoes gives it a 5 out 5)

Top down to take advantage of the sun on the first day of fall, The Handyman and I head out from Naramata past Almost a Ranch, Foggy Mountain Ranch, Cedar Creek Ranch and the infamous Crazy Zach’s junk/antique on the way to the “Fruit Stand Capital of Canada” on our annual pilgrimage to bring home some summer to store for greyer days ahead. 600 more words

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