Monthly Archives: September 2018

Wet fog – crowd demanded entertainment, wine and food

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The Steele report

Election day is October 20th If you want to know what the candidates really think there is perhaps a solution to find out. Where I am in Kelowna there is a page showing all those who are running and there … Continue reading

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Art Show continues today inside the FOG –

Top prize Saturday – Fall Art Show and Sale – Best – Diane Gane Water Colours 1. Isobel MacLarin 2. Linda Payne 3. Tie Janice Goodman and Isobel MacLaurin Oil 1. Rose Ripley 2. Michael Jordan 3. Kim Tighe Acrylic … Continue reading

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Restaurant planned for large winery south of Oliver

  The subject property (Phantom Winery and Vineyards) is approximately 24 ha in area and is located on the east side of Black Sage Road approximately 9 km south of the Town of Oliver and is seen to be comprised … Continue reading

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Yvonne (2)

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street car (2) of 7

Live Link to ticket sales

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fall pur zen (4)

Live Link to Pur-Zen

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Joint art show till October 31st at Medici’s

Lillian Sim and Eleanor Hankewich present a wide variety of style, medium and subject matter On now right, Goin Fishing by  Lillian Sim 522 Fairview Rd  

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Fatality indicated

Time: 6:33 am – official dispatch time for Rescue Crews Location: Orchard east of Hwy 97 – just north of the Rd 18 corner. Black, newish, vehicle southbound, left highway entering orchard driveway area smashing into an old shed and … Continue reading

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Prayers

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Breakfast has returned – drop in

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113 entries in Fall art show – many sold Saturday

Winners List Mixed/Other Media 1. Marion Trimble 2. Katherine MacNeill 3. Adrienne Herbert Photography 1. Paul Skelhorne 2. Paul Skelhorne 3. Tie – Paul Eby and Val Friesen 3-D 1. Rachel Allenbrand/Robert Lacasse 2. Lindsey McVicar 3. Diane Gane Fibre … Continue reading

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Talk about cooperation

Oliver Fire Department Open house is from 11 am-2 pm on Saturday October 13th. At the training grounds off Cessna Street and same day in Osoyoos   Osoyoos Fire Department Open House Saturday October 13th 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM @ … Continue reading

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The show is free – vote till 8pm

d Arvy Bourgeault with Shirley Murray Val Friesen with entry in Photography and Donna Biedler with her artwork

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Truck gets a wash down

Location at Loose Bay on Secrest Hill Rd First report oil truck on fire. Appeared to be a stolen water truck with smoky brakes. RCMP take charge of truck and looking for driver or owner. Oliver Fire Department made the scene … Continue reading

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by Shawn Limbach

A god cloud

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On the Sunnyside

The Eyelids When Duet. 32:10 promises that God will guard us as the “apple of His eye” we would be wise to ask ourselves how that is done. We are able to guard, protect and care for the well-being of … Continue reading

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Down the aisle

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Starts today at 3

Fall Art Show and Sale “flows” with art   Overflowing with creativity, Oliver’s 35th annual Fall Art Show and Sale welcomes art lovers this coming weekend. The multimedia arts event includes photography, fibre art, three-dimensional art, watercolours, oils, acrylics, mixed … Continue reading

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Drop off day for entries – Show starts at 3pm

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Option 1 recommended

Spartan Street Light options That Council choose one of the following lighting options; • Option 1 for $10,000, • Option 2 for $13,350, • Option 3 for $26,200, or • Budget an option for street lighting into the 2019 General … Continue reading

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Think about it with Joseph Seiler

Safety To be safe, feel safety, is to be protected, unthreatened, at ease as a result. Maslow’s hierarchy of basic human needs has the safety and survival needs at the foundation. Food, warmth, without serious and present threat, those are … Continue reading

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by Gale Kleckner

Last of the season

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Rick Machial for water councillor

I have lived in Oliver for all of my life. I grew up on farm and learned early that water was the life blood of our tree’s. I still remember changing long aluminum pipes by hand and was sure happy … Continue reading

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Shelter for women – gets a boost

Donation received  earmarked for Oliver/Osoyoos safe house. Sad to say that there are still many women in our area facing physical and mental abuse.  Sometimes they have to get out of the home in a hurry to avoid facing physical … Continue reading

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People so hungry that they steal from a community garden

The Oliver Community Gardens have had a successful season, with beds fully rented, a new compost program, and increased donations to the Food Bank. The rented and food bank beds are all tagged, but theft of produce has been a … Continue reading

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David Machial – for Oliver Water Councillor

I am a 3rd generation apple/cherry farmer, whose family has been growing tree fruits in rural Oliver since my grandparents came to Canada from Portugal in the 1960s.  I have been farming my parent’s, Joe and Anna Machial, 11 acre … Continue reading

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Special Event – Friday at the Elks

Elks Lodge #267 Oliver invites you to Oakie-Dokie Karaoke Fall Extravaganza 7:00 PM Friday September 28 $15 a person cover charge for a burger, a glass of beer or wine Door Prizes and 50/50 Draw You do not have to … Continue reading

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by Ron Peace

  “This image is called “They Are Watching” it was taken in a regenerated forest. The notches cut in the old cedar stumps for spring boards looked like eyes to me. Loggers used these to stand on while they sawed … Continue reading

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Driver – ok – extricated from small car

Time:  before 8 this morning Location: just south of River Rd/Island Rd junction Situation: ambulance crews and RCMP units on scene. Once rescue crew from Oliver Fire Department called and arrived – car door popped and the male driver taken … Continue reading

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