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Good morning, Osoyoos. It's Tuesday, January 8.
Osoyoos Coyotes go to Armstrong this evening to try against the lowly North Okanagan Knights to end a six-game losing streak.
Here's your chance to spend some quality time with local RCMP — and not in the back of a squad car.
And MP Richard Cannings wonders why we don't give forestry and the same time and attention we lavish on the energy industry.
Here's what else is going on in OsoyoosToday.
Mounties introduce 'mini forum' opportunity
Have some concerns about crime and safety in the community? Not seeing enough of your local RCMP?
Here's your chance to resolve both issues.
Hey, OsoyoosCoyotes, this is your wake-up call
If the Osoyoos Coyotes are looking for a good time to once again get back to winning hockey games, it's probably right about now.
The Coyotes, after a meltdown of a weekend in Revelstoke and Chase, travel to North Okanagan this evening and a date with the lowly division rival Knights.
The game is the start of a six-game stretch …
Forestry woes lost amid energy-sector cacophony
MP Richard Cannings:
We’ve heard a lot in the news lately about the challenges facing the oil sector, but much less about the serious problems confronting another natural resource industry — forestry.
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