Coyotes entertain fans in Oliver

Coyotes entertain fans in Oliver

There is Junior B hockey action taking palce in Oliver this afternoon. The Osoyoos Coyotes and Printon Posse are playing a Kootenay International Junior Hockey league game at Olive ...

Sign unveiling at Okanagan Portuguese Centre

Sign unveiling at Okanagan Portuguese Centre

The Okanagan Portugese Club in Oliver unveiled its new signage today. The club will now be known as the Oliver Multicultural Centre. Bill Pascoa with the club shows off the new sig ...

Coyotes take to the ice in Oliver today

Coyotes take to the ice in Oliver today

For the first time this season, there will be Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL) action at the Oliver Arena this afternoon. The Osoyoos Coyotes, who play the major ...

Royal Purple hosts craft fair Saturday

Royal Purple hosts craft fair Saturday

The Royal Purple Craft Fair appears to have something for everyone. Need a Christmas gift, one with special, hand-crafted meaning? Then you should be at the Elks Hall today. Jewelr ...

A new business opens on Oliver’s Main Street

A new business opens on Oliver’s Main Street

No, it wasn't an early Halloween appearance. That was Bill the clown waving at people driving through Oliver Saturday afternoon. Bill was attracting attention to a new business in ...

The Painted Chair in Oliver honoured to host MLA Linda Larson

The Painted Chair in Oliver honoured to host MLA Linda Larson

Oliver MLA, and Parliamentary Secretary for Accessibility, Linda Larson, took time out of her busy schedule to attend a special event Saturday at the Painted Chair in Oliver - all ...

Corrections looking for communicators

Corrections looking for communicators

If you have good communication skills and enjoy interacting with people, then being a correctional officer might be your calling. That’s the hope of Corrections BC which hosted inf ...

Coyotes entertain fans in Oliver

There is Junior B hockey action taking palce in Oliver this afternoon. The Osoyoos Coyotes and Printon Posse are playing a Kootenay International Junior Hockey league game at Oliver Arena. A good crowd in attendance. The teams were tied at one goal apiece after one period. Watch for the Chronicle this week and full recap of the game. ...

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Sign unveiling at Okanagan Portuguese Centre

The Okanagan Portugese Club in Oliver unveiled its new signage today. The club will now be known as the Oliver Multicultural Centre. Bill Pascoa with the club shows off the new signage on the building, located just east of the Eastlink Curling Centre. Oliver Mayor Ron Hovanaes and MLA Linda Duncan were among those in attendance. Dignitaries were treated to a meal inside the cultural centre, which will be op ...

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Coyotes take to the ice in Oliver today

For the first time this season, there will be Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL) action at the Oliver Arena this afternoon. The Osoyoos Coyotes, who play the majority of their games at Sun Bowl Arena in Osoyoos, will be playing the first of two regular season games in Oliver, when they face the Princeton Posse. Osoyoos has a league-best 11-2 record, and has a goal ratio of plus-35, by far t ...

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Royal Purple hosts craft fair Saturday

The Royal Purple Craft Fair appears to have something for everyone. Need a Christmas gift, one with special, hand-crafted meaning? Then you should be at the Elks Hall today. Jewelry, baking, jams, ear rings, necklaces and much more - all on the tables. Get down and check it out. The Craft Fair continues at the Elks Hall in Oliver until 3 pm today. ...

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A new business opens on Oliver’s Main Street

No, it wasn't an early Halloween appearance. That was Bill the clown waving at people driving through Oliver Saturday afternoon. Bill was attracting attention to a new business in downtown Oliver. Relics and Toys is enjoying its first day with the doors open. The collectables and antiques store has everything, from automobile models, to sports memorabillia for all ages. Relics and Toys is located at 6246 Ma ...

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The Painted Chair in Oliver honoured to host MLA Linda Larson

Oliver MLA, and Parliamentary Secretary for Accessibility, Linda Larson, took time out of her busy schedule to attend a special event Saturday at the Painted Chair in Oliver - all part of BC.s Community Living Month. The Painted Chair is a program where people with developmental disabilities are employed to up-cycle wood furniture and sell it and used clothing. Community Living BC-funded service provider Ho ...

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Corrections looking for communicators

If you have good communication skills and enjoy interacting with people, then being a correctional officer might be your calling. That’s the hope of Corrections BC which hosted information sessions in Oliver and Osoyoos last week. About 45 people attended the Oliver Community Centre on October 8 to determine if a career in corrections was the right fit for them. Approximately the same number attended the Os ...

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Former Stanley Cup winner coming to Osoyoos

A former Stanley Cup winning member of the Montreal Canadiens is coming to Osoyoos to speak about his career and life as a professional hockey player. Ryan Walter, who retired in 1992 after spending two seasons with the Vancouver Canucks, will be the special guest of the Osoyoos Coyotes and the local Spirit of the Game organization when he visits Osoyoos to give a motivational speech on Thursday, Oct. 23. W ...

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Mt. Baldy update – December opening looks promising

As rival ski resorts put their seasons passes on sale, the company trying to re-launch Mount Baldy Ski Area wants to reassure local skiers that the mountain east of Oliver should be open in December. G-Force Real Estate, the marketing agent appointed to sell the assets of the troubled resort, issued a news release last week saying it “has assembled the required pieces to the puzzle to re-launch Mount Baldy ...

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Curling season underway in Oliver

The sounds of "Hurry Hard" could be heard echoing through Oliver Community Park this week. Another curling season is underway at Eastlink Curling Centre, with the Oliver Curling Club hosting league play on most evenings through the winter months. Thursday evening saw the start of Men's League competition, with nine rinks signed up for the season. The Corporate League is on the ice Tuesday evenings, Women's ...

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