Thursday, June 20, 2019

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Distracted driving

RCMP Cst. A.J. Rodrigues talks to a logging truck driver she pulled over for distracted driving (using a cell phone while motoring through Oliver...

Kiwanis Junior Bonspiel a sweeping success

Madison Shekula looks down the ice before delivering her rock during the Oliver Kiwanis Junior Bonspiel at the Eastlink Curling Centre on Saturday, Feb....

Kiwanis Junior Bonspiel a sweeping success

Madison Shekula looks down the ice before delivering her rock during the Oliver Kiwanis Junior Bonspiel at the Eastlink Curling Centre on Saturday, Feb....

Students get hands dirty exploring the trades

Grade 7 student Daelen Bontorin couldn’t wait to try out his new marshmallow blowgun that he made in shop class. Huh? “We’re going to have...

Students get hands dirty exploring the trades

Grade 7 student Daelen Bontorin couldn’t wait to try out his new marshmallow blowgun that he made in shop class. Huh? “We’re going to have...

Hospital staff to go Star Trekkin’ next year

Health care . . . the new frontier. These are the voyages of South Okanagan General Hospital . . . to explore medical advances and...

Tunnel vision

Workers from Dawson Construction busily continue the task of installing box culverts along Highway 97 north of Gallagher Lake as part of a $1.7...

Former Oliver girl outstanding young farmer

A fifth generation farmer and his wife (who grew up in Oliver) have been named BC’s Outstanding Young Farmers for 2013. Thirty-year-old Troy Harker and...

Larson can’t wait for the big challenge ahead

At a recent nomination meeting for the Liberal candiate for Boundary-Similkameen, Linda Larson said she is up for the challenge. “British Columbia needs a Liberal...

Larson can’t wait for the big challenge ahead

At a recent nomination meeting for the Liberal candiate for Boundary-Similkameen, Linda Larson said she is up for the challenge. “British Columbia needs a Liberal...

Court delays are intolerable

Once again, a dark shadow has been cast over the justice system for its tolerance of long court delays. Case in point: David Wesley Bobbitt...

Court delays are intolerable

Once again, a dark shadow has been cast over the justice system for its tolerance of long court delays. Case in point: David Wesley Bobbitt...

Mysterious fire

Oliver firefighters responded to a vehicle fire at Word of Life Centre on Road 2 on February 6. A mini-van was totally engulfed in...

Mysterious fire

Oliver firefighters responded to a vehicle fire at Word of Life Centre on Road 2 on February 6. A mini-van was totally engulfed in...

Activist feared for public’s safety in Oliver

Lloyd William Cook has been found not guilty of manslaughter and criminal negligence causing death. Photo by Brent Braaten of Prince George Citizen     A child protection...