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Oliver residents report scams An Oliver man is warning others about a scam in which you have to send money to get money. Frank Endreny...

McKinney Place hit with bug

Several residents test positive for Influenza A, leading to outbreak Interior Health continues to monitor an outbreak of Influenza A at McKinney Place Extended Care...

Town to execute licence of occupation

Council has authorized the Town’s signing authorities to execute a licence of occupation (for 30 years) in order to make improvements to the eastside...

Town to execute licence of occupation

Council has authorized the Town’s signing authorities to execute a licence of occupation (for 30 years) in order to make improvements to the eastside...

Portuguese club makes plea

Town staff will meet with the Okanagan Portuguese Club to discuss hardship issues that may force the group to close its doors. In a letter...

Tax exemptions discussed

Council gave first reading to its Revitalization Tax Exemption Bylaw that will encourage new construction and development in Oliver. The Town will limit tax exemptions...

Tax exemptions discussed

Council gave first reading to its Revitalization Tax Exemption Bylaw that will encourage new construction and development in Oliver. The Town will limit tax exemptions...

Town releases closed resolutions

The Town of Oliver has released a number of resolutions that were previously under wraps as part of in-camera meetings. Closed resolutions made for the...

Late ice wine harvest a chilly success here

Pickers harvest 20 acres at the Whitetail vineyard On January 11 the temperature dipped and the rush was on. The goal? Harvesting more than 20...

Administrator wants to create new Metis band

The administrator of the Turtle Mountain Indian Band believes it’s time to create a new Metis band in this area. “Over the past 15 and...

Museum blessed with donated shelving units

Thanks to the generosity of a Vancouver based mining company, the Oliver and District Heritage Society became the delighted owners of more than 1,000...

RDOS questions Canada Post

The regional district wants to know what’s going on with rural postal services (or the lack thereof). So does Oliver Mayor Ron Hovanes and Area...

Larson to take her leave

Oliver Councillor Linda Larson plans to take a leave of absence for 28 days during the May election as she seeks to win the...

Dirty politics a vicious circle

They don’t call it “dirty politics” for nothing. Actually, it’s a cutthroat business. We saw that firsthand last week with the Liberal party dumping MLA...

Residents get a break with zero tax increase

Oliver residents will pay a little less in taxes this year as council met (and surpassed) its mandate for a zero per cent increase...