Monthly Archives: September 2016

Chucking the guy who was cleaning house.

For the second time in a row, BC Tree Fruits has fired their CEO. The Co-op, a collection of over 500 fruit grower families in the Okanagan, announced Friday afternoon that CEO Alan Tyabji had been served with an “early … Continue reading

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10th anniversary marked with ambitious plan for future

Osoyoos Indian Band with the Nk’Mip Desert Heritage Society celebrating 10 years of their impressive cultural centre which is set to expand with a multi-million dollar plan. Friday night – plans unveiled at a gala feast of salmon and native dancing.

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Scenes – in passing

Fire dispatch 1:03 pm – Okanagan Falls – fire in a home in 1000 block of Birch – just south of 10th Residents escaped without injury. Firefighters used foam and water to control the blaze with most of the visible … Continue reading

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Legion Market Day – today and Saturday

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Weekend notes

This weekend – the busiest of the year for Oliver.   Fortune Family Fundraiser Sat Oct 1, Oliver Curling Club 5:30-8:30 pm Cash Bar operated by Curling Club who have generously offered to donate the profit. Silent Auction & Raffle, … Continue reading

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Not to rain on your parade

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New shakes for old building

The Oliver and District Heritage Society will be receiving a boost of $10,000 through the Heritage Legacy Fund, supporting efforts to completely restore the aging roof of the Museum, formerly Oliver’s BC Provincial Police station. This funding, made possible through … Continue reading

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Down the aisle

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October 1st – International Seniors Day

Oliver Branch (Susan Alaric, Lisa Waines, Margaret Agostinho). Just in time for International Seniors Day on October 1st, Interior Savings has become the first financial institution in British Columbia to become a Certified Age-Friendly Business. For the first time ever, … Continue reading

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