Monday, November 18, 2019

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‘Adopt-a-Family’ over the holidays

By Leigh-Anne Lafrance Your chance is here to “make a difference” to a family in the Okanagan this holiday season. The Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs...

Oliver museum hosting ‘Tree of Remembrance’

The Oliver and District Heritage Society will be commemorating Remembrance Day in a special way this year, with an outdoor Tree of Remembrance and...

Advance voting starts Friday

Advance voting in the federal election in the South Okanagan starts Friday, Oct. 11 and ends Monday, Oct. 14, leading up to general voting...

Election 2019: Canada’s energy future

This is an ongoing series which began this summer in the Osoyoos Times. (Originally ran July 14). This week's question: The discussion around pipelines, oil and...

Correctional officers to rally against prison violence

Correctional officers will be protesting outside the Okanagan Correctional Centre on Monday to bring attention to the increasing incidents of violence against them. Targeted violence...

Two years jail and banishment from Osoyoos for bizarre home invasion

By Dale Boyd Osoyoos Times A provincial court judge banished a woman from Osoyoos after she serves two years in jail at a federal institution for...

French immersion show

Ms. Dee Simpson's Grade 6/7 French Immersion class celebrated their education earlier this month with a series of French performances at Park Drive Church....

Youlearn grad ceremony

Contributed On June 13, Youlearn.ca hosted their graduation ceremony at the Atrium of SOSS. The small, intimate event celebrated this year’s 32 graduates. Nine of...

Water restrictions announced in Oliver

The Town of Oliver is currently in Stage 1 water restrictions which affects outdoor watering only. Properties that have water flowing through a water meter...

Letter: Parade route revisited by recreation society

While planning is underway for the annual Oliver Roots & Fruits Expo, one traditional element of the event is in question. The annual...

Fortune shines on Fortune again

Dan Walton Oliver Chronicle After nine years on the sidelines, Tom Fortune is back in net for the Oliver Big Horns, breathing through a pair of...

Highway north of Oliver reopens after major closure

Damn erosion! The major artery between Oliver and Kelowna was fully closed for over a week because of a rockslide on the morning of Feb....

Pipeline opinions mix like oil and water

Dan Walton Oliver Chronicle What impact is the Alberta energy crisis having on the South Okanagan? Left-wing and right-wing critics for the oil sands have different perspectives....

Interior Health eyes plan for local doctors

Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle Interior Health is saying it is optimistic that several strategies will ensure stability and fair remuneration for Oliver doctors. But those strategies...

Injunction sought against property owner

Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle The regional district is taking court action against a property owner in Willowbrook for a building bylaw infraction. Last week the board voted...