Monthly Archives: March 2015

LOL – to protect the innocent

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V Day presents

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1955 world champion passes

One of 1955 world hockey champion Penticton Vees, “Gentleman” Jim Fairburn passed away peacefully with family members at his side on Saturday. Fairburn, who was 87, died after a lengthy illness at a care home in Summerland. One of a few … Continue reading

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Late news flash – suspects apprehended – (not confirmed)

RCMP activity on McKinney Rd Tuesday afternoon. One patrol vehicle at the intersection of Camp McKinney Rd and Old Camp McKinney Rd (Shrike Hill turnoff) Two more RCMP Vehicles at 33.5 km – Mt. Baldy turnoff – just south of the ski hill and … Continue reading

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Singing and Dancing

Singing, dancing and acting students are busy having fun and working hard in this year’s production “Disney’s High School Musical”. April 16-17-18 – evenings 7:00pm, Sat. 2:00pm A musical about two high school students — the popular captain of the basketball team and a shy … Continue reading

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stage kids

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See if you can name them all

RDOS Directors – 2015

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National Day of Action on Health Care

L to R Stefan Cieslik, 2nd VP, BC Retired Teachers’ Association, Marianne Hutterli, Retired teacher, Kurt Hutterli, author artist, member of the public, Cheryl Friars member of the public L to R Brita Park, retired teacher, Cheryl Friars member of … Continue reading

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To addle or not to addle

The Okanagan Valley Goose Management Program – a partnership between the Central Okanagan Regional District, Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen, City of Penticton, Town of Osoyoos, Town of Oliver, District of Summerland and other jurisdictions up the valley. In eight … Continue reading

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osoyoos physio

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BC leads the way

B.C. leads the fight against invasive mussels KELOWNA – The Province is expanding its fight against invasive mussels with a $1.3-million boost toward early detection and rapid response. Although these invasive species have never been detected in British Columbia, this … Continue reading

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OIB land required

  1. License of Occupation – KVR Area C THAT the Board of Directors make application to the Province of British Columbia for a License of Occupation over 4 sections of the former Kettle Valley Right of way legally described … Continue reading

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soap pre sales

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It’s Easter time – bunnies

Swillers Pond Petting Farm – north of Oliver Name the white rabbit

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Long view

Taken from upper Duncan Ave –  high above McLaren Park

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Windy day in Osoyoos – tulips leanin’

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Quote of the week

“On May 1st 2015, the South Okanagan Chamber of Commerce’s head office will be moving from its current location at the visitor centre in Oliver to a more prominent Main Street location in Oliver. Our new location will be both … Continue reading

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h&r

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paxton

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Teneycke fails to get a pass

One of the region’s best known criminals is continuing his fight to be released from jail while awaiting trial on charges of possession of an explosive device and breaches of bail conditions. Ronald Arthur Teneycke, 52, told the judge he … Continue reading

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Spring snowballs

Rocky Lundy

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pen saw mill

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Spirit of Oliver awards announced

The Town of Oliver is proud to announce the winners for the 10th Annual Spirit of Oliver Volunteer Recognition Awards as follows: Individual Youth Member – Kenzie Harrington Individual Adult – Yvonne Moore Outstanding Community Group – Oliver Food Bank … Continue reading

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Horsetail Rd (n. end of River Road)

A bit of fire, a bit of wind and sometimes things can get out of hand and threaten nearby fuel and structures. Oliver Fire Department responded when called at 1:34 Monday afternoon Spokesman says ashes from a stove in the … Continue reading

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11 wineries included in Golden Mile appellation

Golden Mile Bench on the label – award winning Okanagan wine in the bottle OLIVER – The B.C. government has approved a request from the BC Wine Authority to establish a new sub-geographical indicator for the Golden Mile Bench in … Continue reading

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Scene in passing

Does a driver really need 4 spots to park his truck?  In a busy parking lot in the middle of the day (grocery store parking lot) Photo credit : Neil Bousquet Thank you

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We like “well lit” rooms

British Columbians saved only 15 megawatt hours of electricity for this year’s Earth Hour, the lowest savings in the past eight years. By turning off unnecessary lights and electronics for one hour, the province reduced its electricity load by 0.2 … Continue reading

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They’re back……back in school

Silence Another break in spring this weekend

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soss

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