Monthly Archives: October 2014

Hey what a day for a party – inside

Infant Toddler Center at the Oliver High School (SOSS) – Halloween party today Submitted by Serena Knippelberg

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Murder suspect in custody in Kelowna

Kelowna – The murder suspect has been taken into custody. His name cannot be released until charges have been laid. The investigation remains a priority and is ongoing. Earlier – RCMP were closing in on a suspect Friday after a middle-aged … Continue reading

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Rain dampens spirit of young trick or treaters on the streets

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“The Ghostbuster family”

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Saturday

Cianna Fossett invites you to the following event – bring the kids. Willowbrook Residents Maybe you have driven past the hall and thought about stopping in and learning more about how you can join. Now is your chance, come on … Continue reading

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Dustin reports from Berlin

As some of you may not have known, for the past 7 weeks I have been backpacking through Europe. Meeting new friends, seeing new places and learning about the vast history Europe has in store. Even from the smallest of … Continue reading

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Greetings Everyone – Provincial Tournament in Oliver next week

The AA Field Hockey Provincial Tournament is being hosted by SOSS on November 6,7,8. The SOSS Girls play at the following times – Thursday November 6 – 10:00 am on the Oliver Elementary School Field against Brentwood from Vancouver Island … Continue reading

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Q and A – RDOS candidate for Director – Joel Malcolm

10 questions from Oliver Daily News 1. What would you change if elected Area  C Director? I would change the elected position’s mindset from acting as the director to being an active listener, a listening representative representing the Area C … Continue reading

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Surprise phantom

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Prince Yorke from the planet Ryder

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More orientation sessions in the Okanagan

VICTORIA – Due to popular demand, BC Corrections, in partnership with the Justice Institute of BC, is holding three additional orientation sessions for Okanagan residents interested in becoming correctional officers. Previously scheduled sessions held in Osoyoos, Oliver and Penticton were … Continue reading

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Creepy

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The promise – gin before Christmas

Still is in – but tanks and boiler to supply steam still a work in progress Grant Stevely, Dubh Glas

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November 5th

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Hand crafted items for Christmas – next week

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Departure

Steve Ceron was appointed Publisher of both Osoyoos Times and Oliver Chronicle in 2013 along with the Peachland View – part of the Aberdeen Publishing Company owned by Robert W. (Bob) Doull of Penticton. Sources in Osoyoos and Oliver indicated … Continue reading

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Today – SOSS

Scary   Scarier   Tweedle dee and Tweedle dum – Winners both in dress up contest

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Scareview – past and present

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Siddon takes on a challenger

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Murder on a bus in Kelowna

Man in his 50’s stabbed in neck on Kelowna transit bus. Pronounced dead at hospital. No suspect. Incident at 6:30 pm approx. Kelowna RCMP statement – “Police are investigating after a man suffered fatal injuries in an altercation on a … Continue reading

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Down the aisle

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Recordings at new theatre to be broadcast this weekend

CBC broadcasts “on-air” from Oliver Over the coming weeks CBC host Sheryl MacKay will broadcast the many interviews and features she recorded on stage at the Frank Venables Theatre. Her radio show, North by Northwest which airs weekend mornings from … Continue reading

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Christmas planning – Parties and Pies

IT’S HARD TO BELIEVE BUT CHRISTMAS IS JUST A FEW WEEKS AWAY If you are planning an open house or frequent entertaining then let Parties & Pies do all the work for you We specialize in preparing a variety of … Continue reading

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Notice of election

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Notice from RDOS

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Notice from RDOS

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Q and A – Rural Area C – Rick Knodel candidate

I have been asked a number of questions and I will do my best to answer as many as possible. The relationship between the town and the RDOS is like a marriage – both partners have a distinct personality but … Continue reading

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Q and A – RDOS Area C – Terry Schafer candidate

What changes are needed where action could take place? There are a couple highways safety issues I’d like to see addressed such as a Leighton Crescent turn lane, expanded street lighting and a pedestrian crossing remedy at Gallagher Lake. Items like … Continue reading

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Defending Legion Monument

Lexie (Endreny) Shepherd at the OK Falls Branch #227 last week paying her respect to a fallen comrade. Photo by Glennda Nuessler

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Monday in OK Falls

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