Daily Archives: October 14, 2016

What is happening out there in nature?

While the warm weather has held, I’ve had the opportunity to be out and about, learning more about some of our partners’ conservation work underway, and having the chance to meet and chat with community members about the Conservation Fund. … Continue reading

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You are welcome to our friendly village

Corporal C. Tarasoff Christina was born and raised on the Lower Mainland. As a Mountie she has served in many detachments but recently served as the head of the Domestic Violence Unit in Richmond. When the chance came for her young … Continue reading

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Getting to know Casey Brouwer

Background 38 year old single father of 2 teenage boys, one attends OSS and the other goes to SOSS. ENJOY being a part of the Osoyoos community and have lived here for the past 12 years. Currently work for the … Continue reading

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Hunter sought by police for shooting at house

On October 11th, 2016 a resident on Miller Rd reported that a hunter dressed in camouflage with a high visibility vest was observed near his residence. The hunter was walking with his dog when he or she fired a shot from … Continue reading

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9 sheriffs to work at Okanagan Correction Centre at Oliver

OLIVER – Boundary-Similkameen MLA Linda Larson, on behalf of Suzanne Anton, Attorney General and Minister of Justice, announced three new deputy sheriffs will be assigned to the Sheriff’s Office located at the Okanagan Correction Centre, and will assist in nearby … Continue reading

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Huge crane dominates skyline

New tower being constructed at Penticton Regional Hospital

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Gusty winds predicted

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Couple’s flight to freedom

Paul and Elizabeth Torok crouched low in a cornfield in the pre-dawn darkness along the heavily-patrolled border between Romania and Hungary. It was the summer of 1948 and the young couple were fleeing the communist regime in Romania for a … Continue reading

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Many homeless after Penticton fire

Photos by Skylar Noe- Vack Thursday night fire (8PM) in 1400 Block Penticton Avenue – Cascade Gardens Town Homes 8 units evacuated. Arson suspected. Precise details not available. 1400 Penticton is way up the hill from Duncan and pictured here

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