Golfers turn out at Fairview Mountain to honour one of their friends

Golfers turn out at Fairview Mountain to honour one of their friends

He was an important part of the Fairview Mountain Golf Club, and he left way to soon. Barry Johnson was a fixture at Fairview Mountain for decades. When he passed away a year and a ...

No ICE – just plenty of SUNSHINE for tournament

No ICE – just plenty of SUNSHINE for tournament

It's known as the Ice Breaker soccer tournament  - but it was sunshine and warm temperatures which greeted teams when they took to the pitch Saturday morning for the continuation o ...

Soprano brings voice back to Oliver

Soprano brings voice back to Oliver

Soprano Jenavieve Moore is a singer on the Opera Course at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama (GSMD), in London, UK. Originally from Oliver, after many years of study with H ...

Melville Boys coming to Oliver

Melville Boys coming to Oliver

“The Melville Boys” takes comedy to cottage country Fishing, beer, cheesies, and girls: a weekend at the cottage is looking good to Owen Melville. To his older brother Lee, who has ...

St. Patrick’s Tea benefits Sunnybank residents

St. Patrick’s Tea benefits Sunnybank residents

Sunnybank Auxiliary held their annual St. Patrick’s Tea on Wednesday, March 18 at the Elks Hall. There were 75 people in attendance at the colourfully decorated hall for the aftern ...

Gallagher Lake residents unite and find a voice

Gallagher Lake residents unite and find a voice

Residents and business owners of Gallagher Lake have found a voice, and they plan to use it. The first meeting of the Gallagher Lake Citizens’ Committee on March 18 was pivotal in ...

RDOS calls for prison facility study

RDOS calls for prison facility study

The regional district wants a study on how the new correctional centre near Oliver will impact rural policing requirements in the South Okanagan. The board passed a motion last Thu ...

Ministry’s compassion felt worldwide

Ministry’s compassion felt worldwide

A small group of people in Oliver continue to do big things that are making a world of difference. Once again, a dozen men milled around an old turkey farm on Tucelnuit Road, where ...

Al, Doug and Lee Brandt: Howe do they do it?

Al, Doug and Lee Brandt: Howe do they do it?

Hello, Canada, and hockey fans in the United States and Newfoundland. This is Foster Hewitt, and tonight, we are coming to you from beautiful Oliver, British Columbia, where the Ge ...

Principal’s widow humbled by support in Oliver

Principal’s widow humbled by support in Oliver

After seeing her sons drop the puck, Melissa Tumlinson was overwhelmed with pride in Oliver last Friday. “I’m completely humbled,” she said with emotion at the start of the Barton ...

The 2nd Annual Barry Johnson Classic Tournament is set for Fairview Mountain March 28

The 2nd Annual Barry Johnson Classic Tournament is set for Fairview Mountain March 28

The golf season is here. Fairview Mountain Golf Club is hosting its first event of the season this Saturday, March 28. ...

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    Life as a teen can be tough, but for those at Interior Health’s adolescent psychiatric unit (APU), managing home life, school work, and relationships more ...

    March 25, 2015
  • We all need to be heard

    The community of Gallagher Lake has reached a milestone in establishing a citizens’ committee with a voice. What took them so long? It’s nice to see a more ...

    March 25, 2015
  • MLA Linda Larson’s monthly update

    With spring comes road construction and I’m pleased to see the walkway on Lakehill Road in Kaleden underway. While many great people in the community more ...

    March 12, 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

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