Semi, SUV collide

Semi, SUV collide

No serious injuries resulted in a two-vehicle collision south of Oliver on Monday. Police report that a white BMW sport utility vehicle attempted to cross Highway 97 near Road 16 a ...

Postal problems ironed out

Postal problems ironed out

After being at odds all summer, the Canada Post Corporation and the Union of Canadian Postal Workers reached a bargaining agreement which means there will be no postal strike. Cana ...

Time is right to step down after 26 years, says school trustee

Time is right to step down after 26 years, says school trustee

    June Harrington, the Osoyoos school trustee who is stepping down after 26 years, says the time is right to move on and she wants to leave while the situation is posit ...

Interior Savings employees to make a big difference

Interior Savings employees to make a big difference

Interior Savings is gearing up for its big “Day of Difference” in October and wants to get the word out to local organizations in need of volunteer support. “Last year in Okanagan ...

Movie series films in Oliver

Movie series films in Oliver

An original movie series, “Autumn in the Vineyard,” will start filming in Oliver this Sunday. Production started in Vancouver on August 14 and will continue in an undisclosed Olive ...

Swinging Skirts rule Nk’Mip today

Swinging Skirts rule Nk’Mip today

There are 124 "Swinging Skirts" ruling Nk'Mip Canyon Desert Golf Course today. The second annual ladies tournament had a 10 a.m. shotgun start and the players are still going stron ...

Burning wasp nest causes shed fire

Burning wasp nest causes shed fire

Instead of getting stung dealing with a wasp nest, an Oliver homeowner had a fire on his hands just before midnight on Thursday. Oliver fire department spokesman Rob Graham said th ...

Campfire ban in Oliver remains in effect

Campfire ban in Oliver remains in effect

Campfires remain banned for all properties in the Oliver Fire Protection Area. Residents are reminded that conditions remain dry in the South Okanagan and with rising temperatures ...

Van man defends campout at lake

Van man defends campout at lake

What Gordon Campbell calls urban camping the local RCMP considers squatting. For over a month, Campbell has been living out of his 1994 white Pontiac van on a pull-off near the sou ...

Coronation gives Oliver new Ambassadors

Coronation gives Oliver new Ambassadors

The face of Oliver has been given a makeover. After representing the community for the past year, the Town’s three Ambassadors passed the torch at last weekend’s coronation at Fran ...

Firehall Brewery gets new partners

Firehall Brewery gets new partners

Firehall Brewery in Oliver is very excited to announce the addition of two new active partners to its business team. Danielle and Dermott Hutton will be relocating with their young ...

Semi, SUV collide

No serious injuries resulted in a two-vehicle collision south of Oliver on Monday. Police report that a white BMW sport utility vehicle attempted to cross Highway 97 near Road 16 and failed to yield for an oncoming tractor trailer unit. A passenger in the SUV was transported to South Okanagan General Hospital more ...

August 30, 2016 (0) comments

Swinging Skirts rule Nk’Mip today

There are 124 "Swinging Skirts" ruling Nk'Mip Canyon Desert Golf Course today. The second annual ladies tournament had a 10 a.m. shotgun start and the players are still going strong, with many hoping to win $10,000 in the hole in one contest. With many sponsors, there are many prizes, and tournament winners w more ...

August 26, 2016 (0) comments

Comment insulting to Town staff

David Badger’s insulting comment regarding the expertise level of municipal employees in Oliver amazes me. (See August 17 edition of the Oliver Chronicle.) He states that business is better than last year but tells the Chronicle that it would have been better if the road work had not occurred. Is it possible more ...

August 25, 2016 (0) comments

Interior Savings employees to make a big difference

Interior Savings is gearing up for its big “Day of Difference” in October and wants to get the word out to local organizations in need of volunteer support. “Last year in Okanagan Falls our team got a little artsy by helping Parks and Rec with their murals project,” said Corinne Johnson, community engagement more ...

August 29, 2016 (0) comments
  • Semi, SUV collide

    No serious injuries resulted in a two-vehicle collision south of Oliver on Monday. Police report that a white BMW sport utility vehicle attempted to c more ...

    August 30, 2016
  • Postal problems ironed out

    After being at odds all summer, the Canada Post Corporation and the Union of Canadian Postal Workers reached a bargaining agreement which means there more ...

    August 30, 2016
  • Time is right to step down after 26 years, says school trustee

        June Harrington, the Osoyoos school trustee who is stepping down after 26 years, says the time is right to move on and she wants to leav more ...

    August 29, 2016
  • Interior Savings employees to make a big difference

    Interior Savings is gearing up for its big “Day of Difference” in October and wants to get the word out to local organizations in need of volunteer su more ...

    August 29, 2016
  • Movie series films in Oliver

    An original movie series, “Autumn in the Vineyard,” will start filming in Oliver this Sunday. Production started in Vancouver on August 14 and will co more ...

    August 26, 2016
  • Swinging Skirts rule Nk’Mip today

    There are 124 "Swinging Skirts" ruling Nk'Mip Canyon Desert Golf Course today. The second annual ladies tournament had a 10 a.m. shotgun start and the more ...

    August 26, 2016
  • Burning wasp nest causes shed fire

    Instead of getting stung dealing with a wasp nest, an Oliver homeowner had a fire on his hands just before midnight on Thursday. Oliver fire departmen more ...

    August 26, 2016
  • Campfire ban in Oliver remains in effect

    Campfires remain banned for all properties in the Oliver Fire Protection Area. Residents are reminded that conditions remain dry in the South Okanagan more ...

    August 25, 2016
  • Van man defends campout at lake

    What Gordon Campbell calls urban camping the local RCMP considers squatting. For over a month, Campbell has been living out of his 1994 white Pontiac more ...

    August 25, 2016
  • Coronation gives Oliver new Ambassadors

    The face of Oliver has been given a makeover. After representing the community for the past year, the Town’s three Ambassadors passed the torch at las more ...

    August 25, 2016
  • Comment insulting to Town staff

    David Badger’s insulting comment regarding the expertise level of municipal employees in Oliver amazes me. (See August 17 edition of the Oliver Chroni more ...

    August 25, 2016
  • Outgoing Ambassadors look back and ahead

    As we have now completed our year as Oliver Ambassadors, we have many experiences to share, and thanks to give. After being named Oliver Ambassadors w more ...

    August 25, 2016
  • Sheer Cannabliss

    A little cannabis butter in your coffee today? It seems to be the flavour of the week as Town council reluctantly dips its toes into the marijuana poo more ...

    August 17, 2016
  • Pondering the TPP

    If it turns out democracy is a sham and the world is actually ruled by a team of dark capitalist overlords, then the Trans Pacific Partnership makes a more ...

    August 17, 2016
  • Let’s be FireSmart

    Thirty-eight abandoned campfires in our fire region on the BC Day long weekend is totally unacceptable, to put it nicely. Actually, it’s criminal, and more ...

    August 09, 2016

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