Monthly Archives: January 2015

Something to think about

While the well known play the Vagina Monologues is usually performed by women, a Kamloops interpretation of the show will see a version with a mostly male cast. The original play, written by American playwright and feminist Eve Ensler in … Continue reading

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The story of Cliff Ranch and the Kennedys

Not only is the Antelope Brush property one with ecological significance but it along with adjacent land has been owned by the same family for 127 years who have cared deeply about protecting the land. One of the family members, … Continue reading

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Why do you live here?

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Colourful quilts coming to Oliver in March

18 of the ‘It’s Time For Colour’ quilts will be coming to town March 9 and 10 and the public is invited to a free showing of them at Beyond Bliss Esthetics at 6250 Main St. Oliver. They will be … Continue reading

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For Brandt Leinor – inspiration to climb

1936 photo by Lumb Stocks

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High up – looking down

Sawmill Lake – Photographer Mike Beaulieu Press to enlarge

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Ask Bonnie about prices

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Bag sale today – hurry

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Flirting with the law

I said OMG – they have their clothes on! Concern over use of a popular Penticton beach by nudists/naturists doesn’t appear to be going away. A website titled 3milebeach.com shows people wearing shorts and other warm weather garb, some are … Continue reading

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Scout truck races

Scouts represented Oliver Friday evening in Penticton for the Annual Scout Truck races. They did not win the race event but did receive several awards for design of the Scout Trucks. Submitted by Lionel Trudel First Oliver Scouts Press to … Continue reading

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