Saturday, October 20, 2018

College bringing health care training to South Okanagan campus

South Okanagan students looking for health-care training will soon find it a lot closer to home. A special intake of Okanagan College’s Health Care Assistant...

Improved play but Coyotes still fall to host Nitehawks

For two periods Friday evening, the Osoyoos Coyotes held their own. But a four-goal outburst by the host Beaver valley Nitehawks in the second proved...

Locals invited to help build nests for burrowing owls

A provincial agency dedicated to increasing burrowing owl numbers in the BC interior is looking...

Some downtown properties to lose water this morning

A number of Main Street businesses and residences in the downtown core will be without water for much of today as the Town of Osoyoos works on its water system.

Bordeaux wines in the BCLS spotlight even as Okanagan wines celebrate

Fans of the plentiful and exceptional Okanagan wines might not give a hoot, but apparently...

Strolling couple enjoy odd encounter on canal trail

Barb and Dan Lovasz have witnessed a lot on their daily strolls on a Town...

Downtown revitalization workshop scheduled for tonight

A second Town Centre Renewal Action Plan Workshop is scheduled for this evening at the Sonora...

NDP MPs to host Trans Mountain town hall in Penticton

Federal New Democrats have scheduled a town hall meeting in Penticton next Friday evening to...

Osoyoos residents beginning to pick a name for themselves

Last week, OsoyoosToday asked our Osoyoos readers by what name they would like to be known. Osoyoosites? Osoyians? Osoyogonians? The jury's still out but after a week of very unscientific polling, we do have a front-runner.

Warm fall, mild winter predicted for South Okanagan

Don’t pull out the heavy jackets anytime soon: it's going to be a mild winter.

Punjabi community closing in on $500,000 commitment to PRH

“Snow” was the first English word Jaswinder Garib learned when she moved to Canada with...

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