Thursday, April 18, 2019

News

News

Vaccinate your kids, IH reminds

Contributed Following outbreaks of measles occurring around the globe, the Government of British Columbia launched a Measles Immunization Catch-Up Program to ensure children in B.C. are protected...

Surprise guilty plea in Osoyoos home invasion

Dale Boyd Aberdeen Publishing A woman accused of breaking in to an Osoyoos home with a child and newborn baby inside while wielding a knife entered...

Garbage fire at “problem” residence

The Oliver Fire Department and RCMP were called to 555 Earle Crescent once again to deal with a complaint, this time for burning garbage....

Q&A with BC Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson

Dan Walton Oliver Chronicle It looks like Jason Kenney might become the Premier of Alberta tomorrow. How do you feel your relationship will be with him...

OIB walk-in clinic capping non-band members at 10 per day

Chronicle Staff The private walk-in clinic at the Nk’Mip Resource Centre will only be treating a maximum of 10 patients a day except for members...

David E. Kampe Tower opening on the 29th

Contributed Enhanced health-care services are on the way for people in the fast-growing area of the South Okanagan as the state-of-the-art David E. Kampe Tower...

Hide your Ford F350s

RCMP Over the last 24 hours the Oliver RCMP has received two reports of theft of Ford F350 trucks, both have taken place in the...

Candidates comment on Trudeau’s turfing

Dan Walton Oliver Chronicle Former attorney general Jody Raybould-Wilson (JWR) secretly recorded her colleague Michael Wernick, which she later revealed to substantiate her belief that justice...

Hunting guide fined $24,800 for violations

Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle An Oliver hunting guide will be out of pocket $24,800 for violating Mother Nature and the BC Wildlife Act. James Darin Wiens, 51,...

Students learn it’s not all about them

By Lyonel Doherty Oliver Elementary School students are learning a valuable lesson that the world doesn’t revolve around them. In fact, it has little to do...

The little playground that could

The staff and children of OneSky Community Resources at the Oliver High School Childcare Centre have a reason to be ecstatic and thankful. After two...

First crime prevention meeting set

The emphasis of Oliver’s new Community Safety and Crime Prevention Committee is to be proactive, not reactive. That will be the statement of the chair...

World Trade Centre survivor speaks in Oliver

https://youtu.be/1jM91dRBi_k Inspirational speaker Michael Hingson, who is totally blind, visited Senpaqcin School today to talk about the misconceptions people have about the blind. Of course,...

Dr. Entwistle moves practice to OIB in Oliver

Dan Walton Oliver Chronicle A local doctor and health care advocate is moving his practice from the downtown core to the Osoyoos Indian Band office in...

State of Local Emergency reviewed in rural Oliver

Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle Imminent flood risk is prompting the regional district to review the State of Local Emergency in rural Oliver. The board will discuss the...