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Osoyoos, BC
Saturday, August 19, 2017

Cooped-up snakes make most of vineyard love nest

The old adage, "there's nobody here but us chickens" just doesn't apply at Anarchist Vineyard. The family-owned winery on the Osoyoos community's east bench deals routinely with rattlesnakes and coyotes on the property. Normally, the attitude is live and let live.

Sunday Brunch: Osoyoos week in review

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IHA finds help; ER to remain open Sunday

An emergency room shift at South Okanagan General Hospital vacant this afternoon and resulting in...

Rain clouds — finally — on the horizon?

It’s not quite time to be doing a wet happy dance in the streets just...

Late-evening wildfire threatens East Bench properties

A BC Wildfire crew was mopping up this morning after a wildfire threatened several East...

Sunday Brunch: Osoyoos week in review

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Quads, dirt bikes ordered out of backcountry

Yet more levels of restriction were introduced Friday as the province continues to wage its frantic war...

Composting facility might yet end up in South Okanagan

A proposed multi-community organic composting facility might yet end up being built in the South...

RDOS identifies ratepayer issues through survey

By JAMES MILLER Penticton Herald The majority of rural residents are happy with services provided by the...

MP finds opportunity in wildfire threat

A season of raging wildfire has spawned an idea to create opportunity for a beleaguered...

More smoke — and it’s here to stay

When it comes to wildfire, Osoyoos residents and visitors can relax. But breathe easy? Well,...

Sunday Brunch: Osoyoos week in review

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Liberals express disappointment with Clark resignation

By JAMES MILLER Okanagan Weekend Rich Coleman was both saddened and surprised by the resignation of Christy Clark. "I...

Hot, sunny weather the norm for week

The big bright yellow orbs are lining up like they’re on some cosmic conveyor belt. Mother...

South Okanagan park an easy win for Horgan government, group says

Completing work already underway to develop a national park reserve for the South Okanagan-Similkameen is...

Homeowner fined $1,150 for backyard blaze

Ignoring a fire ban can be a costly mistake, a South Okanagan resident found out earlier...

RDOS pondering split for Skaha lake communities

By JOE FRIES Penticton Herald Draw a line going north-south through the centre of Skaha Lake and you’ve...

Sunday Brunch: Osoyoos week in review

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Fire evacuee helps others from safety of Osoyoos hotel

A Williams Lake mom is making the most of her stay in Osoyoos while she...

West Nile Virus warned to be our latest seasonal affliction

First it was flooding. Then it was wildfire. Now, it’s those pesky mosquitos. The Interior health...

Firefighters have a handle on Princeton-area wildfire

A BC Wildfire team numbering almost 200 is finally having its way with a blaze...
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