SOSS Basketball Hornets win opener at Valley’s

SOSS Basketball Hornets win opener at Valley’s

The Southern Okanagan Secondary School Hornets have moved another step closer to their goal of making the provincials The Hornets opened the 2A Valley high school basketball playof ...

Food bank volunteers honoured with lunch

Food bank volunteers honoured with lunch

The Seventh-Day Adventist Church gave Oliver Food Bank volunteers a taste of their own goodwill today. Church volunteers turned the tables and offered a home-made turkey feast to f ...

Pink Shirt Day in Oliver

Pink Shirt Day in Oliver

Most people can relate to bullying and its harmful effects. Being terrorized at school or in the neighbourhood is a daily nightmare for some kids. Even the workplace can be a venue ...

Transition fair showcases students

Transition fair showcases students

Grade 12 students shined at the "Graduation Transition Fair" at Southern Okanagan Secondary School on Tuesday. Thirty-five students took part in showcasing themselves to staff, sch ...

South Okanagan Bantam Reps off to provincials

South Okanagan Bantam Reps off to provincials

One down. Two more to go. What’s been a banner season so far for the South Okanagan Minor Hockey Association keeps getting better. Three SOMHA teams won league titles. And all thre ...

Success for Oliver curlers in Eastlink Combined Spiel

Success for Oliver curlers in Eastlink Combined Spiel

It’s known as the Eastlink Combined Spiel, an event unique to curling circles due to its combination of men’s and women’s rinks competing in one big curling bonspiel. A total of 20 ...

Oliver’s Wined it Up hopes to go ‘Off the Charts’

Oliver’s Wined it Up hopes to go ‘Off the Charts’

An Oliver band is getting ready to play its heart out in a music competition, and it’s hoping for a little fan support. Cowboy rock band Wined it Up has been invited to compete in ...

Town of Oliver helps ‘save’ post office

Town of Oliver helps ‘save’ post office

The Town of Oliver will write a letter in support of the campaign to “save Canada Post” from further cuts in service. Recently council responded to a letter from Denis Lemelin, nat ...

SIR program nominated for international award

SIR program nominated for international award

Apple and pear lovers in Osoyoos and Oliver will be happy to know that they won’t find a worm in their fruit or be ingesting pesticides either. That’s primarily due to the Okanagan ...

Town of Oliver releases its previously closed resolutions

Town of Oliver releases its previously closed resolutions

In its continuing efforts to be transparent, Oliver Town council has released another batch of previously closed resolutions. The latest release is for the time period of July 14 t ...

Health of adolescent females concerns board

Health of adolescent females concerns board

When statistics indicate that adolescent females in the Okanagan are more likely than females across BC to think about and attempt suicide, that’s a problem that needs to be addres ...

Payback for Oliver scam artists

Police are warning the public after several recent reports of cold-call scams de more ...

February 18, 2015
  • Payback for Oliver scam artists

    Police are warning the public after several recent reports of cold-call scams designed to pressure the victim into immediate action. Family members in more ...

    February 18, 2015
  • Town must be strategic

    As Town council tackles strategic planning, we’d like to hear what residents have to say about what they think the priorities should be in Oliver. Sen more ...

    February 12, 2015
  • A rock and a hard place

    Yet again one of the Town’s bylaws has come back to bite council, leaving it in a quandary. A local resident complained about the Thompsons’ tractor t more ...

    January 21, 2015
  • Mount Baldy ski resort abuzz with excitement during re-opening

    There is much excitement on Mount Baldy today as the ski hill celebrates its re-opening, to the jubilation of avid skiers and snowboarders. Reporter/p more ...

    January 16, 2015
  • Too much bad news

    If you want to stay positive these days, you almost have to avoid reading the news, listening to the radio and watching television. Unfortunately, the more ...

    January 07, 2015

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