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WiFi exposure in schools doesn’t concern district

A report by the Citizens for Safe Technology  (C4ST) is warning schools about the potential health impacts of wireless technology in the classroom. But the...

The big sale

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All hands on deck

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Donating kidney was no-brainer for woman

Within weeks of meeting the teenage girl 25 years ago who would later go on to marry her brother, Denise Little knew one day...

All in the family

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Rate hike petitions spreading like wildfire in valley

Where do I sign? That’s what many people are asking when they find out about the FortisBC rate hike petitions circulating the Okanagan. “We're still fighting...

Candidates pledge support for agriculture

More than 100 residents filled the Elks hall in Oliver last week to hear Boundary-Similkameen candidates’ views on everything from agriculture and GMOs to...

Resident questions missing water tap from well

A handicapped resident has expressed concern about the Town of Oliver removing a public water tap from the Tucelnuit pumphouse. The resident, who didn’t want...

Council briefs

Tax rates bylaw approved Council has approved the 2013 Tax Rates Bylaw. Chief Financial Officer Dave Svetlichny reported that the average Oliver residence, based on an...

Police briefs

School warns of cougar Tuc-el-Nuit Elementary School is reminding parents to be vigilant in regard to their child’s safety heading to and from school in...

Hiring Roberge a good move

We wish Marie-Eve Roberge the best of luck this summer as she tries to enforce the Town’s bylaws and be an ambassador at the...

Let’s say ‘you’re fired’ to Fortis

Fortis’ job is to read meters and bill customers – that’s what they were set up to do. Fortis was hired and Fortis can...

Liberals under Clark can’t be trusted

The BC Liberals said they would not sell BC Rail, then did anyway. People were shocked when this government admitted it was paying the...

How can Dix be trusted?

Wow! NDP leader Adrian Dix has managed to redefine the term “young offender,” not just once, but twice in one election. First, he pardoned...

Popoff man of integrity

I live in Saskatchewan, but have followed Mischa Popoff’s continuing stand for conservative principles for several years now. Although the hordes of socialist ideologues have...