Monthly Archives: January 2018

Young woman given 58 days in jail for bizarre incident in Oliver and Princeton

Tuesday –  RCMP news release (edited) 2018-01-30 14:32 PST File # 2018 The Oliver and Princeton RCMP arrested a woman last Friday, after a female driver allegedly struck a female pedestrian and fled. January 26th, 2018 Oliver RCMP responded to … Continue reading

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by Doris Lancaster

The event combines a blue moon, a second full moon in one month, a super moon, when the moon comes close to the Earth, and a lunar eclipse. It’s the first time the three have synced up in 35 years.

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Epidemic of unintentional poisoning deaths

Quick Facts: * Key trends in 2017 suspected illicit drug-overdose death cases: * More suspected illicit drug overdose deaths occurred during the five days following income assistance payments than in all other days of the month so far in 2017, … Continue reading

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Large Building proposed for 2018 – food and beverage centre and classrooms

Area 27 Motorsports Park in Oliver is expanding public and member offerings for the 2018 season with a new partnership with Porsche Centre Kelowna will bring expanded public offerings This partnership will bring expanded public offerings, including the new Academy … Continue reading

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Some people have better pix than me…..

When Photo of 1st Oliver Cubs 1984 (or 85) Where: Mt. Baldy Snow Cave Overnight Campout Front Row: Kyle Scott, Jeff Plante, Mark Bearman, Adam Duroche, Patrick Ng, Kevin Hargrave Next Row: Danny Ng (Parent), Jason Plante, Derek Wight, Adam … Continue reading

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Send pictures

A rare celestial event will grace the skies during the coming week when a blue moon and a lunar eclipse combine with the moon being at its closest point to Earth, resulting in what is being called a “super blue … Continue reading

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by Zoli Kovacs

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Building snow huts for kids- 84-85??

Need names folks This was a winter survival experience for the boy scouts from left front Brad Radies, Wayne Radies, the good-looking fellow is me and I believe the fellow in the black shirt is Dr. Ford I do not … Continue reading

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Mystery two – revisited

October 11, 2017 at 3923 Skaha Lake Rd south of the marina. Small house burns to the ground quickly spreading to large home* to the north. Occupant of first house – a 94 year old woman. Her body never recovered. … Continue reading

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They named a street after him…….?

Picture source: Black Press Digital Who?

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Traffic diverted near Rd 14 – incident 3:15-4:30 am Tuesday

Hydro pole down near Road 14 – south of Oliver – RCMP requested Oliver Fire Department stopping traffic and or diverting northbound traffic around the problem at Road 18 Firefighters indicate road conditions slippery in the dips  – watch for black … Continue reading

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Grant endorsed for second phase at Vaseux Lake

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Hedley History – in clips

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ballet Kel feb 6 (4) 11 and 14 24 30 finished

Live Link to tickets

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Natural Park – reserve – boundaries

What will the boundaries be for the proposed national park reserve? No boundaries or park concepts have been defined at this time. As discussions resume, the area of interest will primarily focus on the areas that were the subject of … Continue reading

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game poster (4) finished

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by Deborah Powers

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On stage – if you go – you will enjoy it

SOUTH OKANAGAN CONCERT SOCIETY    3rd  concert  February 9, 2018   Friday, February 9th, Cari Burdett and her ensemble will be on stage at Venables Theatre at 7:30 pm as part of the South Okanagan Concert Society’s winter season.  The … Continue reading

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Don't sell to kids – message from police

The Keremeos RCMP says a marijuana dispensary’s alleged sales to minors were the driving factor on a raid on a private dispensary Friday. Cpl. Brian Evans says their initial investigation was sparked by public complaints that the shop was selling cannabis to … Continue reading

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Tuesday – this week – WorkBC

In School District 53 – Osoyoos Students will first visit up to 16 career activity stations where they can take part in a hands-on activity related to a specific career. These activities will help students uncover their strengths and interests, … Continue reading

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Time to check and renew you ads

Free Events Free Classifieds Check your listings – today we are clearing out the clutter – present instructions to our techies – no more than two months for any listing or comment. Free Handy List – check you listing – … Continue reading

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rdos area ca budget (4) finished

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bonnie (4) finished

1400 – 5955 Main Street – Oliver Place Mall 250 498 3448

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Keep Fit with Kandice Davidson

Diets seem to be the hot topic for January as most conversations are talking about which diet is the best.  Paleo, low carb, vegan, intermittent fasting, and the many others that are being offered. Do you think the best diet … Continue reading

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by John Kiss

Note changes Large format picture

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by Paul Eby

High format picture All rights reserved

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Lots of questions

Where What event When Who is receiving and who is giving a prize Photo by John Kiss

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Mt. Baldy – history 71-73

Baldy before the village was completely laid out, and before all the runs were cut. Other one is lodge addition. 50th Anniversary celebrations starts in December 2018

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The 'wet drought'

Most readers I am sure are troubled by and some upset because the Publisher keeps pushing this button. “The experts talk about drought almost every year as we get wetter and wetter in Okanagan” – why? Jack Bennest does not have … Continue reading

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Communities for Kids – today at Community Hall

Cookie cutter sandwiches for the little ones – Oliver Lions Club Below many organizations dealing with children and youth – have demonstrations and displays at Oliver Community Centre. CFK Fair – Rush – it closes at 1pm

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