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.

WCRA puts jalopies to the test today

If you spent Saturday wondering what some of those hotrods parked at Gyro Park could do on the track, here's your chance to find...

This Florida Jeopardy contestant knows where Spotted Lake is located

if you're playing along at home, the correct question to our headline answer is: Who is Satish Chandrasekhar? It's a must-see on many travel blogs....

Anarchist park to be renamed after Soule

An undeveloped park on Anarchist Mountain will be named after the community’s fallen deputy fire chief. Informally known as Sasquatch Park, the 2.5-hectare parcel east...

Maynard to remain behind Coyote bench for 2019/20 season

The old coach is the new coach. Dean Maynard, who guided the Osoyoos Coyotes through their last 16 games — 12 regular season and four...

Cactus Jalopies a go despite funding hassle

Editor's Note: Updated to include email responses from Destination Osoyoos A last-minute offer to help with the bills has the community's very popular spring car...

Meadowlark tickets on sale this weekend

Tickets for the 22nd annual Meadowlark Nature Festival go on sale this Saturday at 10 a.m. Showcasing the spectacular natural wonders of the Okanagan and...

Cost of industrial clean-up shouldn’t be left to taxpayers

The BC Oil and Gas Commission recently revealed some concerning figures about abandoned oil and gas wells in British Columbia. In one example, Ranch Energy...

Trio of photographers offer ‘trifocal perspective’ with Art Gallery show

Three avid Osoyoos photographers will show their work at The Art Gallery Osoyoos in an exhibition that opens Saturday, April 6. The show, Trifocal Perspectives,...

Oliver MD downplays ER changes at South Okanagan hospital

An emergency room program change that took effect April 1 at South Okanagan General Hospital (SOGH) in Oliver is still within the provincial norm...

Council drags smoking, alcohol into discussion on public use of marijuana

A discussion Monday about the public use of cannabis and vaping products turned into an extended conversation about other legal vices, Osoyoos Council dragging...

Local not-for-profits share in community services grant funding

Twenty-two Osoyoos organizations will share in $62,500 in community service grants later this month — a little more than half of what the 26...

PRH a few bucks short as opening nears

Opening day for the Penticton Regional Hospital’s new David E. Kampe Tower is now just a month away. But while excitement builds and the countdown...

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