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The Mysterious Similkameen

Here where the glaciers ground each other to a halt and ate down into the earth instead, the Apex volcanic complex meets the North Cascades. 12 more words

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Youth residential treatment centre for substance abuse reopens in Keremeos

Today 25-year-old Rob Boretta-Mcleod is a father of two with a full-time job in Penticton, but at eighteen he was addicted to cocaine.

He sought help at a residential youth treatment centre for substance abuse in Keremeos. 289 more words


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

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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