Saturday, August 18, 2018

Hot start to week then cooler weather — and maybe some...

The South Okanagan's scorching weather may soon be coming to an end. Environment Canada is predicting cool weather for later this week — with highs...

South Okanagan charity start-up makes splash with Nk’Mip event

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Pics and Sticks organizers went into a Monday evening information session just wanting to get the word out among the South Okanagan business community...

Fire Department looking for new members

The Osoyoos Fire Department is looking for a few new recruits. The department is advertising for...

Penticton Hospital benefactor tours his namesake tower

The new patient care tower at Penticton Regional Hospital wouldn’t be the same without local...

Gifted land provides ‘community purpose’ opportunity for Town

A man who made his fortune in British Columbia selling security is giving back to...

Sewer work to slow 62 Ave traffic

It will likely be slow going on 62 Avenue over the next four weeks as...

Extreme heat brings reminder for caution

Summer has finally arrived in the South Okanagan. Environment Canada is issuing a heat warning for...

iLearning camps returning to Osoyoos this summer

A pair of camps featuring a week of science experiments, robotics, video game design and...

Cherry Fiesta Parade — in photos

It was quite the show Canada Day morning as the Osoyoos community's sharpest turned out...

Congratulations, Class of 2018!

Osoyoos Secondary School graduated 32 students June 28. Meet the grads and hear what valedictorian Sara Smiley had to say.

‘Yellow’ fish returning to Town storm drains

Volunteers working with the Osoyoos Lake Water Quality Society will be out Sunday en masse...

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