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Monday, January 22, 2018

Dog park committee gets to work today

An ad-hoc committee tasked with building a better dog park for the community gets to work today. But even if you're not one of the...

Here’s your chance to tweak Town project spending

Please note meeting date: Thursday, January 18. Last year, I encouraged you to bring popcorn; this year Mayor Sue McKortoff said you could. She was only...

Is your dog legal? It’s licensing renewal time

Your unlicensed dog is now living on borrowed time. Dog owners in Osoyoos have until the...

Osoyoos councillor and wife weather storm during New jersey visit

Jim and Cheryl King were looking to spend a warm family Christmas and New year...

January Thaw on the way? Weather Network says yes

All that snow we got over the holidays? It's about to go bye-bye. Or we're about...

Five ways you can help build the Osoyoos community in 2018

It's a given — with the New Year upon us, we ponder resolutions and changes...

Many local services closed for holidays

If you've got business to do, it's your best bet to get it done today...

OES students — all 340 of them — on stage this evening

Young voices. Shy Waves. And plenty of snapped photographs. The Osoyoos Elementary School holiday program is...

A bear with no go soon gets covered in snow

Two bush-crafted bears on the Fernandez property on the Osoyoos East bench appear frozen in their steps Tuesday morning after a small amount of snow fell in the South Okanagan overnight. The first gasp of winter kept many off roads and highways and also brought about the cancellation of the South Okanagan Chamber's Business Promoting Business event at RE/MAX in Osoyoos this afternoon. More snow is expected later this week.

Winter weather to come calling: snow, freezing temps expected for rest of week

It's beginning to look a lot more like a White Christmas. While winter storm watches are...

IHA encouraging immunization for youth with meningococcal outbreak

The Interior Health Region is offering immunization services to young people throughout the Okanagan to deal with what it is calling an outbreak of meningococcal disease. The clinics will be offered free for youth in Grades 9 to 12 and others 15 to 19 years of age who do not attend school. Over the last 11 months, Interior Health says, it has identified 11 cases of the disease — a majority of these cases in the Okanagan.The majority of the cases have occurred in the last six months.

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