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Teen dies in fiery crash

The young Oliver woman who died Wednesday in a fiery collision with a utility pole on Highway 97 has been identified as 19-year-old Marissa...

Police News

Oliver man lucky in rollover A 60-year-old Oliver man is lucky to have escaped uninjured when his vehicle rolled over after hitting ice in Peachland...

Teachers welcome court ruling on rights

Local teachers are pleased with a recent BC Supreme Court ruling that provides a “glimmer of hope” that they may once again negotiate class...

Only two years are missing

The Oliver and District Heritage Society (ODHS) is actively on the look-out for two Southern Okanagan Secondary School annuals to fill an existing gap...

Local governments call on Liberals to explain rates

Four South Okanagan–Similkameen governments are calling on the province of British Columbia to better explain the necessity of increased utility rates undertaken by FortisBC...

Police News

Police recover stolen goods   On February 3 Oliver, Osoyoos and the regional detachment attended to a residence in the 4,000 block of Highway 97 and...

Scam warning

The RCMP is warning people about a scam making the rounds in the Osoyoos area. Fraud artists claiming to represent Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) have...

Police News

Dogs mauled On January 28 the Oliver RCMP received a report that two dogs, associated to a residence on Sawmill Road, appeared to have been...

RDOS taxes up

The Town of Oliver will pay more this year for regional district services - $3,200 more in the draft 2014 budget. When you consider shared...

Businesses make pitch to Plenary Justice team

Nearly 300 people packed the Oliver high school gymnasium last week for a piece of the Okanagan Correctional Centre pie. Companies from Summerland to Osoyoos...

Patton is concerned about farmland in 2014

While Area C director Allan Patton likes to think positive going into the new year, the core review of BC’s Agricultural Land Commission worries...

Mayor has business in view, not election

Oliver Mayor Ron Hovanes hasn’t decided if he will run again in November’s election, saying his focus is on business, not votes. “I want to...

Area C to see tax increase

The average household in rural Oliver may have to pay $50 more in taxes this year. That was the message from regional district finance manager...

Police News

Woman flees MVA   A 42-year-old Oliver woman who fled the scene of an accident last weekend was issued a violation ticket. Police responded to a report...

Town releases closed resolutions

The Town of Oliver has released another round of previously closed resolutions to the public. Most of the items, from July 22 to November 25,...
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