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Greyhound applies to cut service in Similkameen Valley

Changes could be coming to some British Columbians’ regular Greyhound route.

The company says it lost millions of dollars on its passenger service in B.C. last year, and now it has applied to the province’s Passenger Transportation Board to completely stop servicing some areas and be allowed to reduce service levels across the board if needed. 346 more words

News

Keremeos area residents and businesses protest closure of town’s only bank

The CIBC bank has been a fixture on Main Street in Keremeos for more than a century but the only bank in the south Similkameen is set to close next year. 383 more words

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Suspects arrested after attempted robbery in Cawston area

Two of three suspects were arrested after an attempted armed robbery of a marijuana dispensary on Monday.

Keremeos RCMP were called to the dispensary at around noon. 155 more words

Crime

Waterwheel turns again at historic Keremeos Grist Mill

A rare piece of the Similkameen Valley’s past is turning once again.

The waterwheel powering a 140-year-old Grist Mill in Keremeos is working, making it the only flour mill of its kind in Western Canada. 303 more words

Canada

Canada 2017 - Bridal Veil Falls to Keremeos

17th June, 2017.

Leaving Bridal Veil Falls, we decided to drive approximately 50kms north of Hope to have a look at the Hell’s Gate Airtram spanning the Fraser River. 467 more words

Canada

Day 4 / July 5, 2017 - Keremeos, BC to Greenwood, BC

After a particularly unrestful night for both Mike and me (strong winds to blame), we woke to cool temperatures and favourable headwinds. We had a long day ahead including another mountain pass, so an early start was crucial. 680 more words

British Columbia

Day 3 / July 4, 2017 - Manning Park, BC to Keremeos, BC

Today was supposed to be a more leisurely day in preparation for two more vigorous days ahead. Sure it was a long stretch, but the net elevation was -700 meters. 460 more words

British Columbia