Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Follow the chairs to unique vintage show and shine

The folks who brought you all those gigantic cottage chairs that dot BC highways now have something new to entice you to their development. The...

Osoyoos fuel costs now among the highest in Canada

Stand up tall and be proud, Osoyoos — you're now paying among the highest cost across Canada for a tank of gas. Yup, even more...

Osoyoos DQ collects a chill $5,007 with Miracle Treat Day effort

Dairy Queen Canada calls it Miracle Treat Day. In Osoyoos, raising $5,006.89 for sick children in...

Long road to local cannabis retailing begins with provincial application

If you're looking to open a private cannabis retail store in Osoyoos, the road starts...

OK Falls wineries earn designation as unique region

The Oliver Osoyoos Wine Association's country cousins to the north now have a label of...

Society delivers ‘roadmap’ for airport development

The Osoyoos Airport Development Society tabled a strategic roadmap Monday that includes a lengthened runway...

Baldy Mountain scores training gig with Chinese national team

A Chinese push to "own the podium" when that nation hosts the 2022 Winter Olympics...
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Alberta country star to headline Pics & Sticks information event

Organizers of an Osoyoos-created charity event are inviting local business partners to an evening with...

Society plans fundraising event for new interpretive centre

The Osoyoos Desert Society wants to thank those who have so far helped it get...

Park plate sales top 100,000

Your eyes aren't deceiving you — BC Parks has sold a lot of those specialty...

Osoyoos SIR program given wings to expand

Established three decades ago to help Okanagan orchardists with pest control, the Sterile Insect Release program is now set to fly far beyond the region. Based at a facility in Osoyoos, the SIR program raises sterile codling moths, which are released and mate with wild codling moths, thereby reducing the population of the pest, which devours tree fruits at great cost to local farmers.

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