Wednesday, June 3, 2020

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Businessman questions tendering process

A local entrepreneur is questioning whether local businesses are getting their piece of the pie in the Okanagan Correctional Centre development. Jeff Ashe, director of...

Kiwanis Club wants to ‘Share the Spirit’

Sponsors required to make Christmas special for needy The Kiwanis Club of Oliver has one special goal this Christmas – to make sure that every...

RCMP remind people to secure vehicles

On December 5 the Oliver RCMP detachment received a series of complaints of thefts from vehicles that had occurred overnight in the areas of...

Fire department called to brush fire

The Oliver Fire Department was called to a brush fire late Monday afternoon at 101 Horsetail Road (off River Road). When an officer arrived, he...

It’s counting and sorting day for the Gleaners

There are socks, and toques and children's clothes everywhere. All are getting sorted and boxed, with the goal of helping those less fortunate. It's packing day...

Hornets battle for position in tourney

The SOSS Hornets senior boys basketball team suffered a loss to the Golden Eagles (70-60) this afternoon as they battled for position in the...

Brothers’ big hearts help feed less fortunate

Two young brothers have shown their big hearts to help the needy in Oliver. Shelby Cobra Smith Tanner and Kevin Smith Tanner brought in approximately...

Businesses donate big time to OES salad bar program

Oliver Elementary School received a big boost to its salad bar program today thanks to Valley First Credit Union and Hester Creek winery. Valley First...

‘Betty’ remembered for big heart

Betty Anstey was an “icon” in Oliver who seemed to make everything better with her patented hugs. “I think what I’ll miss the most is...

‘Mission Impossible’ thief targets Oliver’s T-2 market

A daring break-in at T-2 Market last weekend saw a comedic thief make off with about $1,200 in cash. Recycling manager Doohee Lee showed  the...

Firefighters called to reported truck fire

The Oliver Fire Department responded to a report of a dump truck fire on Black Sage Road near the landfill this morning. When firefighters arrived,...

Chronicle on the streets, feeling very Christmassy

The latest edition of the Oliver Chronicle will soon be available through Canadian Post, our many retail outlets, and of course, at the Chronicle...

Firefighters called to kitchen fire

Not soon after taking part in Friday night's Christmas Light-Up in Oliver, firefighters were called to a reported kitchen fire in a house at...

Police identify suspect in fatal hit and run

A 46-year-old Oliver man has been identified as a suspect in a motor vehicle accident that killed a 73-year-old woman on Main Street earlier...

Band, teachers celebrate school expansion in Oliver

Students at Sen Pok Chin school have taken proud ownership of a new expansion project announced Monday. Several pupils jumped in to cut the ribbon...
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