Monthly Archives: July 2015

Do you have a memory?

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Fire at top of Carmi – homes in danger

Photo Marc Girouard A home on Joy Road in Penticton, as well as a gazebo and garage on the property, burned to the ground Friday. Emergency personnel were on site by 7:15 a.m. and the fire was contained. No injuries … Continue reading

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Blue Moon by Edwin Dukes

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$6000 raised from “Golf for the cure”

Frank Whiteman and Al Odne are two of the golfers who helped turn Nk’Mip Canyon Desert Golf pink on Monday for our 5th annual Golf Fore the Cure Tournament. Money was raised by selling mullgans, licorice, prints donated by Dave … Continue reading

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Photographer Lou Dobos

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Warning

Utility scam targets FortisBC customers FortisBC is warning customers about a telephone scam on the rise in B.C. in which a caller, pretending to be from a utility company, threatens to disconnect service unless the customer makes an immediate bill … Continue reading

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Vaseux on a rock Audrey MacNaughton

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Fire in the sky – Roger Richardson

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fibre broads August 10 to 14

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James Wheeler – bird shot

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Bomber doors open over Summerland

B17 Bomber – photo submitted by Pat Hampson

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so physio bulletin

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Swinging in the wind – part two

Picture taken today on Island Road Makes you feel confident about mail security ?

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Species at risk – road show

This B.C. Day, Monday, August 3, the Oliver & District Heritage Society is inviting the public to come and experience  a free travelling exhibit about some of the province’s lesser-known natural wonders- the rare and vanishing animal and plant species … Continue reading

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Condolences to the family

Patricia Vesper April 25, 1932 – July 27, 2015 A public memorial reception will be held at 6:00 P.M. Friday July 31, 2015 at the Vesper residence, 121 VLA Road, Cawston

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“only you can prevent forest fires”

This map paints a pretty good picture of limited fire action in the woods surrounding us. The weather map indicates no lightning which is often the biggest threat.

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a weekend to showcase best pictures

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Submitted by Bill Greer

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Have a great weekend – play safe

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Cindy Doucette – MITP Thursday

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Update – hearing delayed

    Previously on ODN July 28, 2015 09:00 Appropriate Officer of “E” Division and Constable Amit Goyal Federal Court Vancouver Source: RCMP website Goyal was suspended two years ago after reported thefts of two vehicles from his home. Other … Continue reading

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Down Memory Lane

Year? Circumstance? Photos Robert Seiben

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Cabinet shuffle on deck

Premier Christy Clark announced the following changes in cabinet responsibilities today: * Peter Fassbender is now Minister of Community, Sport, Cultural Development and Minister Responsible for Translink. * Coralee Oakes is Minister of Small Business, Red-Tape Reduction and Minister Responsible … Continue reading

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Connection to Oliver

The good news in today’s regional trail system announcement is that a new spur line is to be created on old KVR right of way from Rd 22 to Road 9 in the north. The existing hike and bike trail … Continue reading

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Federal funding for trail extension at Rd 22

Below Area C Director Terry Schafer, RDOS CAO Bill Newell, MP Dan Albas and Area A Director Mark Pendergraft at announcement this morning of a $124,600 grant to assist in one small part of a larger master plan for connecting … Continue reading

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Hotspots reported

OFD attended site again at noon for a few minutes.

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Feds chip in – 60% of funding new Buchanan Rd well

Mayor Ron Hovanes, Town of Oliver PW water operator Adrian Zandvliet and MP Dan Albas. The pump is on top of a 16 inch diameter well head pumping 1000 USGM – domestic A second well for irrigation is 10 inch … Continue reading

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New manager for Osoyoos Credit Union

The Board of Directors of Osoyoos Credit Union announces that Greg Sol has been named General Manager effective August 4, 2015. His appointment comes with the retirement of Bill Collins who has been the General Manager for the past eleven … Continue reading

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