Couple’s estate gift provides huge boost for PRH

John Moorhouse Special to OsoyoosToday Northern Canada held unlimited appeal for Ed and Claire Festel. Now the late Penticton couple’s estate has directed more than $1 million...

Coyotes romp to open big weekend

Jackson Barrett had the biggest night of his young KIJHL career Friday evening and the Osoyoos Coyotes romped to an easy win over the...

Council asked to support West Kelowna cannabis tax revenue effort

Osoyoos Council will get another look at cannabis sales Monday as it reviews a letter from an Okanagan mayor to ponder a division of...

Town hires new Director of Planning Services

The Town of Osoyoos has a new Director of Planning and Development Services. Gina MacKay brings an extensive background in planning and development at the...

Cottonwood collision a medical incident, police say

An evening collision Tuesday that left a utility pole in splinters and also knocked down a traffic light was a medical emergency, Osoyoos RCMP...

More snow may be on the way

Just as things were starting to thaw, it looks like we might have to dig out again. The national weatherman is warning more snow may...

Oliver joins Osoyoos lead, will ban smoking in parks

By JOE FRIES Penticton Herald Forget about lighting up a cigarette, sparking a joint or puffing on a vaporizer in Oliver parks this summer. Oliver Town council...

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...

Proposed RDOS tax hikes minimal for Osoyoos area

By JOE FRIES Penticton Herald Tax hikes proposed by the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen this year would cost the average Osoyoos homeowner roughly the price of...

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 end of this month to renew Town of Osoyoos...

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