Monthly Archives: February 2012

Pink shirt day – message of “no bullying”

1. Mitch Van Aller gets in on the picture at SOSS student cafeteria 2. School support worker Alana Waunch poses for ODN at Tuc-el-nuit Elementary The last Wednesday of February is known as Anti-Bullying Day in Canada. It’s also known … Continue reading

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Never too* young to help out in the world – see comment section

Free Social Justice Film Night & Special Guest Speaker We’re showing Hannah’s Story, an inspiring documentary about a Canadian girl who looks for solutions to the problems of the homeless. Our guest speaker is Teagan Adams, an Osoyoos elementary school … Continue reading

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Classes for youngsters interested in art

The OLIVER SAGEBRUSHERS are ready to start the second semester of Children’s Art classes. Every Saturday from March 3 – March 31. Ages 4-7 9 – 10 a.m. $5.00 per session Ages 8-12 10.30-12 $10.00 per session Ages 13-18 1-2.30 … Continue reading

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Fruit from outer space

Complete mystery of fruit found on farm south of Oliver with alien markings on it. I am sure this will be solved shortly.

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What day of the year would this be shown?

I think it’s called a bin. If you drove by the Community Centre Tuesday you might have said – “what’s up doc?” Lots and lots of cars. A convention? – Big hockey game? – No… it was South Valley Sales … Continue reading

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Dangerous driving on sheep freeway

North of Oliver at Vaseux Lake Tuesday

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In Like a Lion out Like a Lamb

Warm, mushy, slushy. Gone by noon?? Actually a light drop on the final day of a leap year? Leaping into spring? ( As you know the publisher is often wrong on predictions so – since the snow is still falling … Continue reading

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Current and Relevant

What’s up with this? Straits of Hormuz? Summer driving?

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Bright light

Oliver’s Wayne Skuhala, contestant in the “Canada’s Greatest Know-it-all” series on the Discovery Channel – Monday nights at 7:00pm Wayne is pictured here with his class of Ladies Day skiers at the top of the Eagle Chair. He can’t tell … Continue reading

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Cooling off? or heating up?

Government introduced Bill 22 today, the Education Improvement Act, that suspends the teachers’ strike action and sets a “cooling off” period, appoints a mediator to facilitate bargaining, and implements a new $165-million Learning Improvement Fund and other enhancements to K-12 … Continue reading

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