Oliver Arts and Crafts Fair a huge success

Oliver Arts and Crafts Fair a huge success

There were plenty of great Christmas and holiday gift ideas. There was something for everyone. The 38th annual Oliver Arts and Crafts Fair took place Friday and Saturday at the Oli ...

Oliver Arts and Crafts Fair underway

Oliver Arts and Crafts Fair underway

Nothing planned for your Friday evening? The 38th Annual Oliver Arts and Crafts Fair is underway at the Oliver Community Centre. The market continues today until 7 pm, and Saturday ...

Oliver Tourism unveils promotional video

Oliver Tourism unveils promotional video

Oliver Tourism hosted Brag n a Beef Open House Thursday evening at the Oliver tourism centre. It was a packed house. Tony Munday with the Tourism Association introduced a new promo ...

Celebration time at South Okanagan Physio

Celebration time at South Okanagan Physio

South Okanagan Physiotherapy in Oliver is celebrating its first anniversary today. The open house continues until 7pm. this evening Come down and check out the facility on Fairview ...

Stoneboat Vineyards hosts SOCC members

Stoneboat Vineyards hosts SOCC members

Stoneboat Vineyards in Oliver hosting the South Okanagan Chamber of Commerce Business Showcase and Network Night. Still no winner in the Member Draw. Thanks to Julie and the staff ...

Not a creature stirring on ice wine night

Not a creature stirring on ice wine night

When life gives you frozen grapes, make ice wine It was the night of ice wine picking and outside Gehringer’s house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse – or one that you ...

Sen Pok Chin students get political and vote

Sen Pok Chin students get political and vote

They wanted to get involved. They had the desire to collect the necessary information to form an opinion. So, the students at Sen Pok Chin school in Oliver did their homework, and ...

Oliver Schools diligent in addressing anxious students

Oliver Schools diligent in addressing anxious students

If your child is burdened by anxiety, don’t fret; you’re not alone. That was evident at last week’s learning forum at Oliver Elementary School, where educators spoke about social/e ...

Parks and Rec, coalition propose new fitness park for Oliver

Parks and Rec, coalition propose new fitness park for Oliver

A new age-friendly fitness park is being proposed for Oliver. The Oliver Parks and Recreation Society and the Oliver Healthy Living Coalition are joining forces to establish an out ...

Veintimilla new face on Town council in Oliver

Veintimilla new face on Town council in Oliver

Three councillors re-elected, Schafer new Area C director Petra Veintimilla will be the new face on Oliver Town council as she joins re-elected councillors Maureen Doerr, Jack Benn ...

A 31-year-old Keremeos man stole mail from a number of Oliver residents

A 31-year-old Keremeos man stole mail from a number of Oliver residents

A 31-year-old Keremeos man who stole mail from a number of Oliver residents has been sentenced to time served – 270 days in jail. Michael Minchau was handed the sentence by Judge M ...

Remembrance Day – We owe them a great deal

We wonder how many men and women would enlist if a third world war broke out tod more ...

November 05, 2014
  • Remembrance Day – We owe them a great deal

    We wonder how many men and women would enlist if a third world war broke out today. It’s a scary thought, but not unfathomable considering the disturb more ...

    November 05, 2014
  • Duplex complex

    We don’t blame some homeowners on Tucelnuit Lake for their concerns about the duplex complex being proposed on the east side. That area is primarily s more ...

    October 22, 2014
  • Not much election fever

    The election race in Oliver next month won’t be anything to write home about, but it will be very interesting to see if any of the three new candidate more ...

    October 15, 2014
  • Musings in the Town of Oliver

    The Town of Oliver won’t be the same when Tom Szalay leaves his position as municipal manager this summer. But it looks like council chose a good cand more ...

    July 11, 2014
  • Farm work is risky business

    Last week’s accident in an orchard off Ryegrass Road is proof that farming is hazardous work. Pesticides can poison you, confined spaces can kill you, more ...

    June 26, 2014
  • Veintimilla joins three incumbents on Oliver Town council

    Petra Veintimilla will be the new face on Oliver Town council as she joins re-elected councillors Maureen Doerr, Jack Bennest, and Larry Schwartzenber more ...

    November 15, 2014
  • Rezoning for duplex on Tucelnuit Lake narrowly approved

    A controversial zoning amendment for five duplexes on Tucelnuit Lake narrowly received approval from council Tuesday night. Councillors Dave Mattes an more ...

    October 15, 2014
  • Council News

    New bylaw officer appointed   Council has appointed Joseph Venance Yvon Servais as the Town’s new bylaw enforcement officer. In fact, he was seen more ...

    May 21, 2014
  • Council News

    Tax rates bylaw nearing adoption Council is set to adopt its tax rates bylaw. The average Oliver residence, based on an assessed value of $282,857, wi more ...

    May 08, 2014
  • Council favours referendum over the APP

    Town council has decided that a referendum is the best method to seek approval for public funding to operate the Frank Venables Theatre. At a recent m more ...

    May 01, 2014

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