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                                <p>Zosel Dam is used by the Washington State Department of Ecology to regulate the water level in Osoyoos Lake as determined by the International Osoyoos Lake Board of Control. There will be a virtual public meeting held by the board on Thursday, Oct. 14.</p>
                                <p>DOE/submitted photo</p>
                                <p>Zosel Dam is used by the Washington State Department of Ecology to regulate the water level in Osoyoos Lake as determined by the International Osoyoos Lake Board of Control. There will be a virtual public meeting held by the board on Thursday, Oct. 14.</p> <p>DOE/submitted photo</p>
                                <p>Zosel Dam is used by the Washington State Department of Ecology to regulate the water level in Osoyoos Lake as determined by the International Osoyoos Lake Board of Control. There will be a virtual public meeting held by the board on Thursday, Oct. 14.</p>
                                <p>DOE/submitted photo</p>
                                <p>Zosel Dam is used by the Washington State Department of Ecology to regulate the water level in Osoyoos Lake as determined by the International Osoyoos Lake Board of Control. There will be a virtual public meeting held by the board on Thursday, Oct. 14.</p>

Public meeting regarding Osoyoos Lake Level, Oct. 14

There will be a virtual public meeting regarding regulation of Osoyoos Lake water levels on Oct. 14.

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Public Health reports two more fatalities from virus in North County

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Oroville Visitor Information Center launches website

The Oroville Visitor Information Center (VIC) has developed a website to help visitors and other interested people find out about the area.

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