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Good morning, Osoyoos. It's Monday, January 7.

The youngsters go back to school this morning after an extended holiday break. Motorists, you'll want to pay special attention — especially in School and Playground zones.

Normally, it being the first Monday of the month, Osoyoos Council would be meeting today. It isn't but here's what Council could be talking about.

We'll have a Coyotes weekend wrap-up this morning.

Here's what else is going on in OsoyoosToday.
Plenty of 2018 leftovers on Council's 2019 plate

Plenty of 2018 leftovers
on Council's 2019 plate

Today — it being the first Monday of the month — should be a Town of Osoyoos Council meeting day.

But, with the New Year fresh and the community still basking in the warmth of an extended holiday season, Council will forego meetings as both its members and Town administration get back up to speed.
That pause gives us time …
Juno winner slated to play Elks

Juno winner slated to play Elks

Here's some January blues that are actually good for your soul.

Music at the Elks is bringing Juno award winner Jack Semple to Osoyoos for a Jan. 16 performance at the Osoyoos Elks Hall.

The 7:30 p.m. show (doors open at 7 p.m.) is expected to deliver more of the funk and rhythm and blues organizer Earl Krushelnicki pioneered at …

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