Monthly Archives: February 2019

Flights drop at Penticton – Air Canada – Flights to India curtailed

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Good morning! – how about a ‘snow day’

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by Jesse Norton

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Update – FVT – new theatre manager takes charge April 1st

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Fire Chief – one person taken to hospital following evening fire

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Teachers get just reward for saving a life

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Yard waste pickup starts Friday – Spring has been declared

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Desert Sun updates council on community services

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by Gail Prior

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Condolences to family members

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Province of BC asked to help fix lake

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National Park Reserve – in a nutshell

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Thank You

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Clear, sunny, cold nights

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Council adopts plan for 4-year mandate

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Mattes breaks tie in referendum vote

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28 units proposed for Spillway Road site

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Extension on consultation

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Greasewood Ave – fire’s aftermath

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Sought – one safe cracker

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So you thought fresh California veggies and fruit are expensive

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Update: No one home – house destroyed south of Oliver

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2nd public meeting cancelled

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by Robert Sieben

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A couple of thought for all to ponder

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