Age celebrated at seniors centre during 90-plus Tea

Age celebrated at seniors centre during 90-plus Tea

For Mary Grayston of Oliver, turning 105 in August will be "just another day." The spry lady of the hour took part in the annual 90-plus Tea hosted by the Oliver Seniors Centre on ...

OES students complete marathon

OES students complete marathon

Numerous adults were inspired by Oliver Elementary students who completed a marathon today. The kids have been running two kilometres a day for the past 20 days to make up a 42-kil ...

Miller takes top spot in Fairview Mountain Golf Club  Interclub competition

Miller takes top spot in Fairview Mountain Golf Club Interclub competition

The hot dry weather we have been experiencing in the South Okanagan has certainly helped local golf courses attract players to its event nights. That was certainly the case May 20, ...

A record 275 drag races staged at RPM Sunday

A record 275 drag races staged at RPM Sunday

With 74 cars and 275 races, it was a record-breaking season opener for the Wine Country Racing Association May 24. Here are the results: Sportsman Bracket Kayle Shaw (black 1975 Ch ...

A Chip off the old block

A Chip off the old block

Oliver’s Chip Sabyan had his ‘84 Grand Prix ready for racing when the Wine Country Racing Association kicked off its season last weekend at RPM. A record 275 drag races were staged ...

Sister City visits Oliver on Friday

Sister City visits Oliver on Friday

Visitors from Oliver’s sister city, Chelan, Washington, are making a day trip to visit on Friday, May 29. The invitation to Oliver was made after a group of Oliverites made the tri ...

First students graduate from culinary arts program

First students graduate from culinary arts program

After more than 40 years of working in the blazing South Okanagan sun, Russell Baptiste was looking for a change. And he found it when he enrolled in the new culinary arts program ...

Correctional centre on track for 2016

Correctional centre on track for 2016

What will eventually be Pod C of the Okanagan Correctional Centre is still not much more than a concrete shell. Exposed metal beams crisscross the ceiling of the future cell block, ...

Fire, MVAs keep responders busy

Fire, MVAs keep responders busy

A house fire and two motor vehicle accidents kept Oliver police and firefighters on their toes over the past week. An Oliver family escaped a fire that started in the attic of thei ...

A ‘Half-Corked’ marriage

A ‘Half-Corked’ marriage

Hey, let’s get married. Where? At the Half-Corked Marathon. That’s exactly what a Burnaby couple did at this year’s event on May 23 in Oliver. Marathon organizer Tony Munday said t ...

Family watching TV as house starts to burn

Family watching TV as house starts to burn

An Oliver family escaped a fire that started in the attic of their home on Tamarisk Street last Sunday. Oliver Fire Department spokesman Rob Graham said a member was on his way hom ...

Grand waiting for graduate

The Oliver Chronicle is excited to announce that it will give a $1,000 bursary t more ...

May 27, 2015
  • Grand waiting for graduate

    The Oliver Chronicle is excited to announce that it will give a $1,000 bursary to a graduate from Southern Okanagan Secondary School. Graduates are in more ...

    May 27, 2015
  • Dog owners beware

    What is going on in the Rockcliffe/Morningstar neighbourhood? Now you can’t even walk your dog for fear of Rover ingesting some kind of poison set out more ...

    May 13, 2015
  • The conflict question

    Conflict of interest allegations have once again tried to tarnish the halo over Jack Bennest’s head. But our guess was right: the popular Town council more ...

    May 06, 2015
  • Larson blind on park issue

    Boundary-Similkameen MLA Linda Larson may work hard for her constituents and reflect their concerns on a number of matters. But when it comes to the i more ...

    April 22, 2015
  • Water shut down hits Oliver neighbourhood April 20

    The Town of Oliver is notifying effected properties for a shut down of the water system on Monday April 20 from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will likely be more ...

    April 16, 2015

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