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by Edwin Dukes

” up Willowbrook way “

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Think about it with Joseph Seiler

Contest One can contest the declared outcome of a contest. Whoa. A contest is a competition with rules of play and a winner and the rest of the players are referred to as the losers. The players are contestants. When … Continue reading

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Fit Tips with Kandice Davidson

I exercise regularly but still can’t lose weight!  Why?  Most likely because you’re taking in more calories than you’re burning throughout the day. Lots of people seem to think that if they exercise, they can eat as much as they … Continue reading

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by Pat Whalley

UP, UP AND AWAY, part on Over the past forty five years I have flown a lot. I have seen the experience change from an exciting event to be looked forward to into a downright harassing experience which is nothing … Continue reading

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SOSS sports – school report

The Grade 9 Field Hockey team of SOSS vs the team of Maple Ridge, during the Fall Festival hosted at SOSS .The girls had a tough game, but came out with smiles and a positive attitude, ready to take on … Continue reading

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Can you see it?

by Edwin Dukes  – “out Willowbrook way”

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Moose spotted

We saw this moose Sunday after visiting the bird banding at Vaseux Lake. It was half way between the bird banding area and the Vaseux Lake parking lot. It was a wonderful surprise. Sharon Sutherland

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October 21st – the play “Jake’s Gift”

Jake’s Gift, a beautifully written, critically acclaimed play is coming to the Frank Venables Theatre in Oliver on Saturday October 21st at 7:30. Canadian actress and playwright Julia Mackay delights audiences with Jake’s Gift, a surprisingly funny drama that tells … Continue reading

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The day after

We talked by phone to owner Sam Tibbitt this morning. Fire caused by a fridge against the east wall of the small trailer. Tibbitt says he is covered by insurance and plans a meeting with adjuster this week. He can’t … Continue reading

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On the Sunnyside

Unashamed A young pastor in Zimbabwe, Africa left this note in his office. It was discovered after this persecuted pastor was found murdered for his faith. The incident is recorded in Brennan Manning’s book, “The Signature of Jesus”. Excerpts from … Continue reading

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New Vice Principal at SOSS

Stacey Smith is 43, covering her new occupation as the Vice Principal of SOSS. Smith was the Deputy Head of the Secondary International School of Dhaka, Bangladesh. She also taught overseas in Vietnam. Smith grew up in Northern BC, in … Continue reading

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by Rocky Lundy

” I am so hungry I can fly upside down “

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No pulled pork today

4:20 am Saturday Lions Park House of Hogs – BBQ stand aflame. Oliver Fire Department on the scene. Undetermined cause. Trailer not full engulfed in flames but a lot of smoke and water damage. Police called.

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Fire ban rescinded

Rescinding of Fire Ban in RDOS Areas The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen (RDOS) – Effective at 16:00hrs, Friday Sept. 22, 2017, campfires will once again be allowed for those lands which are contained within the RDOS Fire Protection Areas, which … Continue reading

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Registration for curling – did you register ?

HAVE FUN Leagues for all Registration Night will be held this week Friday, September 22 at the Eastlink Curling Centre 7pm 735 McKinney Rd (3) Phone 250-498-2244 (2)   Live Link to Curling Club website

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Eight billion trees

By Doug Donaldson B.C. Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development In British Columbia, forests have always been a vital part of our way of life – anchoring our economy, and providing both recreation and tourism opportunities. … Continue reading

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Time flies – a week away

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