Tuesday, February 19, 2019
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Editorial

Editorial

Kudos to paramedics

Ken Blidook is one lucky dude, thanks to Oliver paramedics and hospital staff who saved his life recently. Very few cardiac arrest patients live to...

Give peace a chance

Considering what has occurred on Morningstar Road, a “Good Neighbour Bylaw” in Oliver can’t come too soon. It appears a Hatfield and McCoy feud has...

Psychiatric unit for youth makes mark

Life as a teen can be tough, but for those at Interior Health’s adolescent psychiatric unit (APU), managing home life, school work, and relationships...

We all need to be heard

The community of Gallagher Lake has reached a milestone in establishing a citizens’ committee with a voice. What took them so long? It’s nice to see...

MLA Linda Larson’s monthly update

With spring comes road construction and I’m pleased to see the walkway on Lakehill Road in Kaleden underway. While many great people in the community...

Payback for Oliver scam artists

Police are warning the public after several recent reports of cold-call scams designed to pressure the victim into immediate action. Family members in trouble; lawyers...

Town must be strategic

As Town council tackles strategic planning, we’d like to hear what residents have to say about what they think the priorities should be in...

A rock and a hard place

Yet again one of the Town’s bylaws has come back to bite council, leaving it in a quandary. A local resident complained about the Thompsons’...

Mount Baldy ski resort abuzz with excitement during re-opening

There is much excitement on Mount Baldy today as the ski hill celebrates its re-opening, to the jubilation of avid skiers and snowboarders. Reporter/photographer Richard McGuire...

Too much bad news

If you want to stay positive these days, you almost have to avoid reading the news, listening to the radio and watching television. Unfortunately, the...

Will this ever happen?

It’s easy to look into the past (many of us still live there), but as we head into a new year it’s time to...

SOSS students share Christmas spirit

Everyone has their own unique meaning for the celebration of Christmas. For some people Christmas is all about spending time with family. Others find the...

Twas the night before

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the loft, the children were stirring, and one of them coughed. “Is it Christmas yet?” Hamish whispered. “Go...

Opinion: Changing climate threatening us all

In Part I of this column, I attempted to present over whelming evidence that human activities are affecting global climate. The intergovernmental Panel on Climate...

Letter to the Editor: Slow down and relax

Oliver is truly a wonderful town filled with so many happy and smiling people; I feel honoured to be a part of it. We have...