Monthly Archives: July 2019

Think about it with Joseph Seiler

Express To express is to explain, to cleanse myself, to share, to be particular as in to state expressly, ‘I expressly stated no cheese on my sandwich’. To express is a style of communication that reinforces clear understanding. I can … Continue reading

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Written by Gail Prior

MARTHA Martha watched the unwelcome person approach. It was that “do- gooder” named Sandra. “What the hell does she want this time?” questioned Martha. She seemed to turn up wherever Martha was camped out. This time, in a public park, … Continue reading

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Grade 12 students “gobsmacked”

Some B.C. secondary students may have incorrect exam results on their final transcripts, caused by an “anomaly” in the tabulation of Grade 12 provincial exams written in June, according to the ministry of education. The ministry says it’s reviewing every … Continue reading

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Election Date October 21 Wow how excited are you. Speaking personally a bit like watching pain dry. The poll to the right is a bit of fun until Friday – vote for a person listed (alphabetical) not a party per … Continue reading

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Cleaning up after…yourself

This message is not directed to our readers but a bit of a drama that is ongoing in the rural parts of our regional district from Keremeos to Beaverdell. We all have to take more of an interest in reporting … Continue reading

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The Steele report

Every now and then society decides to define itself in some emotional abstract way. Sometimes it can be light and at other times there is a darker side that casts a shadow on our future for decades. Just when it … Continue reading

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7:15 pm – golf cart in flames

No homes threatened – the golf cart is used for orchard operations and cruisin’ the local streets. The driver and his passenger safe.

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Water Appreciation Day – Saturday

“The event ran on July 27th, 2019 from 10-1 at the Oliver Museum. It featured two mini-exhibits: one on the centennial of the Ditch and the other on water conservation in the Oliver area. Aside from the exhibits there were … Continue reading

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Condolences to the family

Obituary for the late Allan Philip Wagner June 9, 1933 – July 29, 2019 On Monday July 29, 2019, Mr. Allan Philip Wagner of Oliver passed away at the South Okanagan General Hospital at the age of 86 years. Allan … Continue reading

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