Good morning, Osoyoos.

Grab your coffee, find a comfortable place to sit for a few minutes and catch up on the week behind.

Here’s some of what OsoyoosToday reported over the last seven days. To stay up to date, be sure to make OsoyoosToday part of your day every day.

Vehicle fire adds to smokin’ Saturday heat

A single-vehicle incident on Hwy. 97 about five kilometres north of Osoyoos late Saturday afternoon had a rescue crew racing from town. The Osoyoos Fire...

Youth Learn-to-Sail camp returns to Lake Osoyoos in August

After a successful camp last season, the Lake Osoyoos Sailing Club is again hosting the BC Sailing Mobile Optimist Sailing School. The camp, conducted in cooperation...

Anything is possible, bubble magician teaches young audience

The local Okanagan Regional Library summer reading program "bubbled over" Tuesday. Geoff Atkins-Hannah — who has earned billing as the "Perpetually Positive Pied Piper of...

Foundation wants you to be a brick in proposed PRH patio

The South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation wants to put your name on the Penticton Regional Hospitality. Really. The foundation has launched a Patio of Giving campaign...

iLearning camps returning to Osoyoos this summer

A pair of camps featuring a week of science experiments, robotics, video game design and drone programming return to the Osoyoos community this summer. But...

Pendergraft says he’ll run again in Regional District’s Area “A”

The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen's director for Area "A" appears to have found the right balance of family time and public service. Mark Pendergraft said...

Summerland chips in $3,000 to assist with Penticton airport study

A week after Osoyoos Council all but snubbed the City of Penticton over its pitch to help fund an airport study, another South Okanagan...

Baldy Mountain scores training gig with Chinese national team

A Chinese push to "own the podium" when that nation hosts the 2022 Winter Olympics will travel through a South Okanagan ski resort. Baldy Mountain...

Neighbours looking for action on invasive bugs

An Osoyoos neighbourhood is raising the alarm about a new invasive species — one that emits unpleasant odours when crushed and leaves its poop on...

How to report a “bright light’ in the sky

Ken Tapping's Universe: One night, some years ago I had a phone call from a rather worried-sounding man. He lived a few kilometres to the north of where I live. He said that his children had come into the house excitedly reporting that there were three disc-shaped objects circling over Giant’s Head, an extinct volcano to the south of his home.

Greyhound done in Osoyoos at end of October

Come November 1, there’ll be one less way to get to Osoyoos. Citing a 41-percent decline in ridership since 2010, Greyhound Canada this morning announced...

Paying for police brings tiny traffic fine return for Town

There is a benefit to having a community population of more than 5,000 — albeit a small one. The Town of Osoyoos — which learned...

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