SNOWTOWN’s old water tower has been transformed into a colourful tribute to the town’s heroes and history.
KEITH Bedsor, of Nuriootpa, was holidaying at Coobowie when he caught a fish with his bare hands – and it turned out to be a Mahi-mahi, not normally found in local waters.
A NEW non-clinical program which provides practical support to people in or after a suicidal crisis is being trialled on Yorke Peninsula.
STAMP Out Suicide Yorkes, with the support of Yorke Peninsula Council, will hold a series of workshops to teach people how to identify those at risk of suicide and connect them with intervention resources.
YORKETOWN oval’s grandstand is set to house the next generation or two of spectators after a $50,000 upgrade funded by Yorke Peninsula Council.
KEVIN Bloody Wilson performed his Almost Awesome Tour at the Wallaroo Town Hall on Friday, April 27.
STEVE Papps is already looking forward to his next outing as a member of the Barossa Light Horse Historical Association.
DYLAN Geytenbeek and his grandfather Phil Geytenbeek visited Bublacowie Military Museum in the lead-up to Anzac Day to present a model to museum curator Chris Soar.