Monthly Archives: November 2015

Las Vegas comes to Oliver

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Tree of Dreams

New beginning for Penticton Regional Hospital Just a few months before construction starts on the $325-million expansion of Penticton Regional Hospital, the 10th annual Tree of Dreams campaign is reason to celebrate. The South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation’s annual holiday … Continue reading

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RDOS 2016 budget – all regions and areas

The link below gives you a “large” document. Night time reading for some. My belief that most readers just elect politicians to make these decisions The link below is for people who can say – “I am interested” ODN will … Continue reading

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Did you hear the peal?

Chris Yerburgh plays the bells at St Edwards Anglican Church, to get people thinking about the COP21 climate change talks starting Monday, Nov 30 in Paris.  Chris has been playing these bells almost since the day they were installed in … Continue reading

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The changing face of Mourning

By Pat Whalley I recently lost an old, dear friend, I am now seventy years old so find that I am attending more funerals than Christening these days, but this time the deceased was very near and dear. Twenty years … Continue reading

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Rural report with Laird Smith

I lived north of town on the family farm which was three miles from Oliver. One mile north of the farm was a complex called Wilcox Corner. A number of businesses operated there. Sid Scott ran a service station and … Continue reading

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School District 53

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Stop By Remedy’s Rx

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Wool producers – speaking Spanish

como mis ojos? como mi escudo? On stage at Sunkeya Farm Alpacas Willowbrook

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