Yarraman’s community radio station Wild Horse FM has been approved to host a Certificate III Media training course.
Two Yarraman SES volunteers were presented with awards last night for their committed service to the SES.
Community groups in Yarraman and Cooyar have gained assistance under the latest round of community grants announced by Toowoomba Regional Council.
Remember the Reading Bug?? The mysterious insect was hatched from a rare Reading Bug Egg at Nanango Showgrounds in February after months of careful care by local schoolchildren.
As Father’s Day is on Sunday, most of the region’s clubs are holding Father’s Day bowls events today so that Dad could relax at home with the family the next day.
A Blue Light Disco will be held at the Yarraman Community Hall in Browne Street, Yarraman from 4:30pm until 10:00pm on Friday, August 30.
Yarraman residents will pause to remember the town’s much-loved former policeman, Snr Sgt Perry Irwin
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has officially handed over four new ambulances to paramedics at the Kingaroy, Nanango and Yarraman ambulance stations.
A new recording studio at Wild Horse FM’s headquarters at Heritage House in Yarraman was officially opened today by Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott.
Yarraman Bowls Club will be celebrating its golden anniversary next month with a weekend of activities.
Yarraman resident Jim Bond has been working within the law for more than 40 years …
Mining company PX3 Exploration looks set to receive a minerals exploration permit to explore 211sq km of land north-east of Yarraman.
There were Clubmans, Coopers, Mokes … in fact, Minis of every variety, shape and colour could be spotted on South Burnett roads at the weekend.
An afternoon tea was held in Yarraman on Thursday to allow local residents to meet their new Community Liaison Officer, Ms Caley Quinn, who has been appointed by the Toowoomba Regional Council.
A large crowd packed into the Yarraman Community Hall on Saturday morning to enjoy the Yarraman Kindy’s annual Cent Auction.
Yarraman P-10 School is surveying parents and community members to determine if it should change to a “Prep to Year 9” school.
The Yarraman Kindy will be holding their annual Cent Auction at the Yarraman Memorial Hall in Browne Street on Saturday (June 15) as a fundraiser.
Yarraman residents have been promised a more seamless link with Toowoomba Regional Council following the appointment of a Community Liaison Officer for the northern end of the region.
Community members gathered in Yarraman on Wednesday night for the presentation of grants cheques
Yarraman marked the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the first train to the town (May 1, 1913), with a range of celebrations on Saturday.
How is the best way to get questions about the long-term future of Queensland out into the community? This was the problem discussed today at a “report back” meeting in Yarraman organised by Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington in the wake of the recent Queensland Plan Summit in Mackay.
Yarraman residents are getting ready for a big day of celebrations on Saturday, May 18
Get on track and head for Yarraman! On Saturday, May 18, residents will be celebrating 100 years since the arrival of the first train to the town.
Toowoomba Regional Council sport and recreation officers have assisted sports clubs in the shire gain more than $3 million of external grant money over the past two years.