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Good morning, Osoyoos. It's Wednesday, January 9.

Yes, there's a little snow on the ground on the community this morning.

Tenants in an Oliver-area house got a bit of a scare Monday when bullets started flying through their apartments.

The Osoyoos Coyotes found a novel way to put themselves in a hole.

And the driver in the Humboldt crash pleads guilty.

Here's what else is going on in OsoyoosToday.
Oliver man charged after apartment gun-play threatens neighbours

Oliver man charged after
gun-play threatens neighbours

An Oliver man is facing firearm offences after he was arrested Monday afternoon for allegedly discharging a .22-calibre rifle in his ground-floor apartment — and endangering tenants in units above him.

The arrest followed a call to Oliver RCMP from a tenant indicating that "while sitting on his couch at home, he heard a loud bang and observed the cushion …
One-period collapse a bad trick young Coyotes seem to be mastering

One-period collapse a bad trick
Coyotes seem to be mastering

ARMSTRONG — If playing on the road wasn't enough of a challenge for an Osoyoos Coyotes team looking to end a six-game losing skid, there was a novel way to aggravate the situation.

Start the game playing four-on-five hockey — which is exactly what the Yotes did Wednesday evening in Armstrong. Brandon Della Paolera was whistled for a warm-up violation — …

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Day in court for correctional centre accused delayed

Day in court for correctional centre accused delayed

Two trials set for this week for one of the South Okanagan’s most infamous alleged criminals were put on hold after his lawyer said he may step down.

Afshin Maleki Ighani, 47, was set to appear in B.C. Supreme Court in Penticton for two cases of alleged violence at the Okanagan Correctional Centre. Mr. Ighani is accused of stabbing two …

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