Monthly Archives: June 2014

Rural report with Laird Smith

I came across a column by Wally Smith dated July 8 1982 that I felt would be of interest to the worthy readers of my column. “Rain has caused heavy losses for cherry growers in the Oliver- Osoyoos area, but … Continue reading

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Paul Eby on assignment

Photo by Ron Kubara Location: not known

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On approach

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5 hours later – one way traffic

10 am See earlier stories

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Get the tanning lotion out

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Main Street still closed – 7:30 am

Fortis working to restore power, fix utility pole and allow traffic to resume on Hwy 97 (Main Street). Vehicles being diverted around stretch of highway between Similkameen and Skagit Avenues. (5800 block) Crash vehicle cleared. Driver and passengers looked after … Continue reading

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What’s happening on Tuesday

In the area Okanagan Falls Kenyon Park: • Ceremony begins at 12:30 p.m. children’s fun activities Osoyoos Town Square: • Rotary Pancake Breakfast, 7 – 11 a.m. On Main Street: • Cherry Fiesta Parade, begins 11 a.m. Oliver Oliver Community … Continue reading

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The one you turn to

These boots are made for walkin’ Left my boots – got the cash! Boots found – man lost “These boots are made for walkin And that’s just what they’ll do One of these days these boots are gonna walk all … Continue reading

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